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So You Think You Might Want A Stockdog

(A slightly different version of this was originally printed in the Ranch Dog Trainer in December 1994 with the title The Working Australian Shepherd “Reasonable Expectations“)

So you think you might want a stock dog? In today’s world of high wages, liabilities involved with hired help and the difficulty in even finding human help, the stock dog can be a wonderful investment. From the small farm with a few head of cattle and/or sheep to the large ranch, a good dog can p...


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Author: Slash V
Posted here: January 15, 2018

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Introduction To The Working Australian Shepherd
The Australian Shepherd is normally the kind of dog who develops a strong attachment to the person and family he belongs to. Some Aussies are friendly with other people but many are not interested in having anything to do with other people. The ASCA Breed Standard states, “reserved with strangers but does not exhibit shyness“. The Breed Standard also says, “primarily a working dog of strong herding and guardian instincts.” Many Aussies develop a territorial attitude o...


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Author: Slash V
Posted here: January 15, 2018

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