INFORMATION2018-10-01T02:22:42+00:00

Where do all These Cute Puppies Come From?

At Saussie Aussies, we let you know more than just where all these Toy and Mini Australian Shepherd puppies come from. We make sure that you also learn how to take care of them properly.

Country of Origin2018-09-27T02:41:03+00:00

Australian Shepherds first arrived in the United States and was developed during the 19th century.

The Toy Australian Shepherd stands between 9-14 inches at the withers and weighs between 8-15 pounds. The Mini Aussie stands 14.5-18 inches at the withers and weighs between 20-50 pounds.

Intelligent and fun to train, this breed makes for an excellent companion for both children and adults. They learn quickly and easily.

In the company of children, they act as devoted friends and guardians. Toy and Mini Australian Shepherds are easy-going, loyal, and courageous.

Care Tips2018-09-27T02:24:43+00:00

Toy and Mini Australian Shepherds require little grooming and are average shedders. You can brush their fur occasionally with a firm bristled brush and bathe them only when necessary. These dogs can easily sense what its master wants and are eager to please.

To prevent puppies from nipping at the heels of humans, they must be trained at an early age. Toy and Mini Australian Shepherds are cattle-herding dogs and, by instinct, will always try to herd people.

Dogs of this particular breed need daily exercise. They love taking walks with their owners, enjoy playing fetch, and chewing on an elk antler. Toy and Mini Australian Shepherds usually live for about 12 to 13 years.

Crate Training2018-09-27T02:31:34+00:00

We highly recommend crate training for your puppy. A crate is a safe place for a puppy or dog. Place the puppy in the crate at bedtime, before you go to work, or whenever you can’t watch them while indoors. It is advisable to get a crate that measures 30” x 19” x22” for a Toy Aussie. A Mini Aussie needs a crate that is at least 36″ x 23″ x 25″.

When you bring your new puppy home and the puppy is crying and won’t go to sleep, try moving the crate into your bedroom for the first several nights. This makes the puppy feel secure.

Do not make the crate a punishment.  This is your puppy’s safe place.

Chew Toys2018-09-27T02:20:56+00:00

You can buy chew toys at your local pet store. However, deer or elk antlers really satisfy teething puppies and dogs. There are less expensive ones available at either Drs. Foster & Smith or Chewy.com.

Dogs also love pizzle sticks. You can get them from the above-mentioned sites. We advise dog owners to refrain from using rawhide bones/treats because the quality of ingredients in these products has diminished in the last 25 years.

Vitamins2018-09-25T01:26:35+00:00

For more nutrition, give NuVet Vitamins to your dogs every day. You can order these vitamins online by keying in order code 52205.

Contract2018-09-25T01:32:35+00:00

You are agreeing to the terms and conditions of this contract whether you sign it or not.

Ask Us2018-09-25T01:32:40+00:00

Learn more proper care tips for puppies and fully grown dogs. For in-depth information, send us an email or give us a call.