Sunday, December 2, 2012

Breeds Australian Shepherd Dog

According to the American Kennel Club, Australian Shepherd dog breeding purposes must make intelligent working dogs defend their traditional instinct to herd and care. Ideal Australian Shepherd is an intelligent, active and kind. It's nothing for a dog to be somewhat reserved towards strangers, but never reached shame, fear or violence. In addition, the Australian Shepherd dog breeding should strive to create a dog that ran well enough to work all day in the field.

Although the name of this breeding work, the first Australian Shepherd dog breeders living in the United States, not in Australia. It is possible that ancestral breed was introduced to farmers United States by a citizen of Australia, but the fact that they are still not known. Some sources claim that dogs have in common with some accompanying dog used by farmers Basque in Spain. What we know for sure is that the first real live Australian Shepherd dog breeders in the western part of North America in the 19th and early 20th century. The American West was very different from America East, and to the European climate that most settlers hailed from, and these early farmers, were therefore forced to developed more fitting herding dogs

The Australian Shepherd dog is smart type who likes to learn new things and Australian Shepherd dog training because it's very easy. In addition to policy compliance, Australian Shepherd dog training can be for example involving agility, flyball, Frisbee and herding competition. Trained Aussies can jump as high as 4 feet (1.3 meters). This breed is also very fast and it can really big bison herd without being kicked.


  1. That dog is gorgeous!! What would you describe its hair colour as though because most of them are mottled.

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  3. My dog looks like this. I've been trying to figure out if she could be mixed with something else but it's always hard to tell. But her markings are very distinctive. Black & brown. Very beautiful! And she's very smart! She came to our home as a stray/dumped dog. After getting to know her, I realized she was fully house broke & she's great with our 4 young children. She is 6 months to a yr old. I'm so glad I have her a chance because she is the best dig we've ever had! I'm hoping to find out more when she goes to the vet this week.