STALLIONS MARES FOALS HOME YEARLINGS HORSES ART BY ANNETTE
COPPER ROSE AUSSIES
103 W. 420 N.
Shoshone, Id. 83352
AUSSIE FAMILY PHOTO ALBUM
The Australian Shepherd, also known as the "Velcro
dog" is a very versatile breed!
We have dogs from our lines winning at agility &
obedience, as well as working on ranches. Their sensitivity makes them a
wonderful companion & of course they are always a protective & valued member of
Our dogs are ASCA. registered. The Australian Shepherd Club Of America (ASCA) is the original parent club of the Australian Shepherd. It's the largest single breed registry in North America & is dedicated to preserving the standard of excellence since 1957. To find more information about ASCA & the Australian Shepherd breed go to: www.asca.org
We have been breeding these amazing dogs
for over 25 years now. We ask $650.00 for the Merle Pups & 550.00 for the Black & Red Pups. We require a non refundable $100.00
deposit to hold the pup you pick out until it's ready to go.
Should you want breeding rights, it is $300 more.
Reserve your pup, they go fast!
MESA & STANLEY HAD A BEAUTIFUL LITTER SEPT. 11TH 2017
Please call or email
me if your interested in our next litter,
Please call, text, or email
Once you've picked out your
pup, be sure to order your NuVet Plus. Your pup goes through a lot of
stress during the weaning period & then again when you bring them home.
NuVet Plus will help protect their immature immune system
& will help give the extra protection that your
pup needs now & through the rest of your pups life.
It would be beneficial to order your bottle of NuVet Plus at least 2 weeks before you bring your pup home.
See more about the benefits of NuVet Plus at the bottom of this page
Our Blood Lines
HALL OF FAME CHAMPIONS
CH Gold Nuggets Contender, CH Fieldmaster of Flintridge,
WTCH CH Brushwood Bonnie Kye, VTCH WTCH CH Bauwood's
Rustlin in the Sun, CH Arrogance of Heatherhill, &
CH Brigadoon's One Arrogant Dude.
Our Lines also include: Copper Rose Irresistable Indigo GS-E-OP RS-E,
CH Jone's Reddy Teddy CDX OTDSCD,
CH Slash V Little Rock CD, CH Twin Oaks of Burgandy CDX,m,
Las Rocosa Hudson, Las Rocosa Lester, & The Bull of Twin Oaks.
With a pedigree of champions, how
can you go wrong with one of our pups?
Are you ready for an Aussie?
... are first and foremost herding dogs. The traits and skills that make them excellent herding dogs are often interpreted as bad habits that can cause people to give them up. As working dogs, they need a job to do. That could be helping with yard chores, bringing in the newspaper, pulling your groceries into the house in a cart, making therapy visits to local hospitals and retirement homes, etc.
... are NOT everyone's friend, unlike most Labs and Goldens. Some Aussies are extremely outgoing and friendly, but generally speaking, Aussies are reserved with strangers.
... are NOT a non-shedding breed! Aussies shed year round and typically blow their coats twice a year, so vacuuming twice a week is common.
... are NOT maintenance free. Regular brushing is necessary to keep their coats free of mats. The hair between the feet and nails are also trimmed on a regular basis.
... require firm, consistent discipline. Aussies definitely need training. In the inexperienced home. They may decide to take control. Aussies need a confident, assertive owner who is not afraid to be in charge.
... require daily exercise. This breed has energy and needs adequate daily exercise.
... are highly intelligent. This intelligence requires adequate mental stimulation or Aussies may resort to inappropriate activities such as chewing, digging up your yard, or worse.
... need early socialization with people, dogs, and different environments. The breed standard calls for Aussies to be reserved with strangers. Their guarding instinct can make them overly protective of their family. A puppy without adequate socialization may develop behavior issues such as fear of strangers or even fear aggression.
... love to be with their family. Aussies will follow you from room to room, even to the bathroom. They are not a breed that enjoys being left alone in the back yard. Aussies are affectionately referred to as "Velcro" dogs due to their strong need to be with their humans.
From Aussie Rescue and Placement Helpline, Inc. (ARPH)
KEEP YOUR PUPPIES SAFE