Available Puppies

Mini Aussies

Wendy x Beau’s Litter

Breeding rights disclosure: ASDR: $2000 AKC $2500

Winston

Red Tri Male with green eyes
Born 12/17/23
Reserved

Willow

Red Tri Female with brown eyes
Born 12/17/23
Reserved

Winnie

Blue Merle Female with blue eyes
Born 12/15/23
Reserved

Bettie & Maverick’s Litter

Blake

Blue Merle Male with blue eyes
Born 12/25/23
Reserved

Brody

Blue Merle Male with blue eyes
Born 12/25/23
Reserved

Bryce

Blue Merle Male with blue eyes
Born 12/25/23
Reserved

Bella

Black Tri Female with blue eyes
Born 12/25/23
Price: $1200

Brooke

Black Tri Female with blue eyes
Born 12/25/23
Price: $1200

Bonnie

Black Tri Female with blue eyes
Born 12/25/23
Price: $1200

Confetti & Maverick’s Litter

Caleb

Blue Merle Male with blue eyes
Born 1/9/24
Reserved

Cody

Dilute Merle Male with blue eyes
Born 1/9/24
Reserved

Chloe

Blue Merle Female with blue eyes
Born 1/9/24
Reserved

Clara

Dilute Tri Female with blue eyes
Born 1/9/24
Reserved

Cassidy

Black Tri Female with blue eyes
Born 1/9/24
Reserved

FAQ

What is the difference between Toy and Miniature Aussies?

Toy Aussies are smaller in size, typically weighing between 8-18 pounds, while Mini Aussies are slightly larger, weighing between 20-40 pounds. Both share the same intelligence and characteristics of the standard Australian Shepherd.

Are Toy and Mini Aussies good for families with children?

Absolutely! Toy and Mini Aussies are known for their friendly and gentle nature, making them great companions for families with children. Their adaptability allows them to thrive in various family dynamics.

How much exercise do Toy and Mini Aussies require?

While smaller in size, these Aussies are still energetic and intelligent. They benefit from regular exercise and mental stimulation. Daily walks, playtime, and interactive toys are essential for keeping them happy and healthy.

Do Toy and Mini Aussies shed a lot?

Australian Shepherds, including Toys and Minis, have a double coat and shed moderately. Regular grooming, including brushing, can help manage shedding. It’s important to note that shedding might increase during seasonal changes.

How do you socialize your puppies?

Our puppies are raised in a home environment where they’re exposed to various stimuli, including different people, sounds, and experiences. This helps them become well-adjusted and socialized members of your family.

Are Toy and Mini Aussies good with other pets?

Yes, with proper socialization, Toy and Mini Aussies can get along well with other pets. Early introductions and positive experiences help them form good relationships with other animals in the household.

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