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Australian Shepherd

Australian Shepherd ##STADE## - coat 34
Characteristics of this breed:
An extremely lively member of the shepherd family, known for their speed and agility. A very affectionate and playful dog, they enjoy going for a romp in the fresh air.

Characteristics in Dogzer:
Their natural abilities in Agility and Speed make them a formidable competitor in canine agility!


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Australian Shepherd: a search and rescue herding dog

The Australian Shepherd is a dog breed is registered in this name with the American Kennel Club. Even though it''s called an Australian Shepherd, this dog actually comes from Holland. It was taken to Australia and then to the United States, where they gave it this name. The Australian Shepherd dog is known for it''s big and long head, floppy triangular ears as well as its naturally short tail. Their size varies between 20-23 inches, weighing 50-65 pounds.

The Australian Shepherd is currently the most well-known dog in the world for herding sheep. A lively and strong dog, they are quick to excel at sports. As they are very fast and strong, the Australian Shepherd is a great competitor in agility competitions.They also compete in other sports like canicross, but they are also successful search and rescue dogs. Australian Shepherds are very social dogs. They adapt quickly and live well with other dog breeds but they can also live within a family. They get particularly attached to children. A very affectionate dog, they don''t leave their master''s side and follows him everywhere. The Australian Shepherd dog is very sporty and loves the outdoors. Long walks are not enough for them, they need to regularly test their endurance. They would be delighted to run for miles and miles. For this reason, this dog is not recommended for homebodies. On the contrary, their master needs to be just as sporty as them, going on long sport trips.
Un beau Berger Australien debout sur un pupitre en bois
Australian Shepherd picture
Un chiot Berger Australien en train de manger dans sa gamelle
Un Berger Australien allongé sur un sentier près d'un chat noir
Un Berger Australien en train de se faire éxaminer par le vétérinaire
Un Berger Australien allongé sur le dos et dans les bras d'une adolescente