Price, Quality, Testing

1st- Prices.....

Prices.... we offer a huge range of prices on our pups. We understand that some pups may be out of your price range and that is why we offer wide range of prices, plus you have 8 weeks to pay off your pup! Prices on our pups vary based on size, parents, color, gender pedigree and more.

2nd-Quality.....

 Quality..... we offer a variety of quality pups. Even out of our top pairs, only a select few make the cut to stay back as breeders/show dogs/parents... that's not to say we wont have some amazing looking kiddos! We have some mommas who will never make it to the show ring, but are kept based on temperament, agility, or working ability. Not every litter we breed will a phenomenal show protect. That being said, you aren't going to get a phenomenal show dog or breeding dog for a pet budget.  But I can guarantee you, you will get an amazing family member who will love you unconditionally:)

3rd-Testing......

Testing...….all of our dogs are tested. All of our pups come with a 2 year health guarantee and if anything happens to your pup, we are right there to help you out. With that being said- yes, some of our parents are carriers for certain things- carriers- NOT AFFECTED. We know who we can and cant breed together to get amazing litters with healthy puppies. With that being said- I'm not going to throw the baby out with the bath water just because they are a carrier for this or that. Why throw that away just because of a carrier gene? As far as a pet, there should be no worry about a single copy carrier for several aussie genes.

Boy vs Girl

MALE VS FEMALE... “As a general rule, there are no major personality  differences between male and female. Both males and females make great  companions and family members. Many people believe that female dogs make  better pets. Most calls for a puppy have people wanting a "sweet little  girl".  They don't  think females display alpha behavior like "marking"  and/or "humping". They believe that  they are docile and attentive and do not participate in fighting for  dominance. This couldn't be further from the truth. In the dog pack  makeup, females usually rule the roost, determine pecking order and  compete to maintain and/or alter that order.  The females are, as a  result, more independent, stubborn and territorial than  their male  counterparts. Most fights will usually break out between two females. 

Males on the other hand are usually more affectionate, exuberant,  attentive and more desiring of attention.  They are very attached to  their people. They also tend to be more steadfast, reliable and less  moody. They are more outgoing, more accepting of other pets, playful for  more years and take quicker to children.  Most boys are easily  motivated by food and praise and are so eager to please that training is  easy. However, males can be more easily distracted during training  because of their playful nature. No matter what age, he is more likely  to act silly and more puppy-like, always wanting to play games. Boys are  fun loving until the day they die.  Females tend to be more reserved or  dignified as they age.  Neutered males rarely exhibit undesirable  secondary behavior such as "humping" or "marking" and lifting of legs.   Once the testosterone levels recede after neutering, most of these  behaviors (if they ever existed) will disappear. Boys who are neutered  early often don't ever raise their leg to urinate.  While females will  usually come to you for attention, when she’s had enough she will move  away.  Boys are always waiting for your attention and stay closer at  hand.

Keep an open mind when selecting your puppy.  Don't close the  door on a puppy because of preconceived notions of it's gender; you may  be missing out on a great companion! Either way you go, male or female,  if it's a Aussie you can't go wrong. Just keep in mind, every dog, male  or female has it's own personality and is unique in every way.

So,  before you decide on that age old dilemma of male or female, there are  many things to think about. Which ever gender you choose, having an  Australian Shepherd is a wonderful addition to your family”