IMPORTANT: Potential adopters must first complete an adoption application and be approved before contacting any rep about available dogs.


Maryland has an ARPH license plate, contact aussieplates@yahoo.com for more info


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#13780 Sheba is a 9 month old sweetheart who’s about 35 pounds. She is very affectionate and looks for love and approval often.  She tends to be submissive but not nervous. She is friendly with people of all ages and sizes. She does have the tendency to jump when excited and can be nippy when she’s excited as well. Sheba has a lot of puppy energy but is not over the top in energy level. 

Sheba  hasn't met a dog she didn't like. She loves to play with other dogs and can be a bit too much for older dogs. She does respect them when told to back off but will try again later.  She is crate trained but also sleeps loose at night in a safe area. She is a chewer of inappropriate items at time going along with her young age. Her foster mom has taught her to sit and she has excellent recall. Sheba is a wonderful dog but will require work as she is still very much a pup. She will need an owner with prior aussie experience. If already approved contact


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Sasha is a young, healthy and energetic 8-10 year old, small (35 lbs), dark blue merle female.

She came to us as a stray -- found wandering in a rural Virginia field. Sasha has acclimated very well to indoor urban living. She did fine in her crate, but after a couple of days, her foster mom said she just settled in on the sofa at night.

She gets along great with her foster brother, Max. She's very friendly -- loves attention and getting petted. She's learning to walk on a leash -- the harness is helping.

Sasha is a bit of flight risk. Her recall is not good, so she will only be adopted to a family or owner willing to walk her and provide her activites in a controlled area -- no open fields and no electric fences.

Sasha is smart and would do well in an environment where she can continue to learn -- nosework, agility for beginners or seniors, etc.   She'd be a great "starter Aussie" for someone.
While she loves being around other dogs, she would also do well as an only dog -- if she has plenty of human companionship. She will not do well left alone for hours at a time. Sasha had no interest in cats while she was at the shelter and vet. She's a bit of an alpha female, so please keep that in mind.  
If you are interested adopting this darn near perfect Aussie and are an approved adopter, please contact
Karen. She's a real cutie!