Australian Shepherd

Australian Shepherd


The Ultimate Guide to Australian Shepherds talks not only about "puppy proofing" your home prior to bringing your Aussie home, but also helps you understand his nutritional needs, his unique health conditions, and how to housebreak and train him.

And because he can be such an active dog, we've also included a section on how to help keep him physically active. You'll definitely appreciate some of these suggestions.

And, oh, by the way… the Australian Shepherd did not originate in The Land Down Under. Surprised? I sure was.

Here's what you'll discover in "The Ultimate Guide to the Australian Shepherd: Secrets to Raising a Healthy, Happy Pet" E-Book:

* How to find out if the Australian Shepherd is the right kind of dog for you...

* 3 little known, yet simple ways to pick the best puppy for your family...

* Secret of expert Australian Shepherd specialists that few people ever know about...

* 3 proven steps to getting your life and home ready for your new Australian Shepherd...

* 2 simple keys (that are right in front of your eyes) to teaching your Australian Shepherd puppy right from wrong...

* WARNING: 3 things you should never do when it comes to training an Australian Shepherd...

* You'll discover in just a few short minutes how to care for your Australian Shepherd on a daily basis...

* 6 time tested and proven strategies for grooming your Australian Shepherd...

* When to look to a professional to help your Australian Shepherd...

* 7 everyday but often overlooked tips and tricks for giving your Australian Shepherd the proper nutrition...

* A pennies on the dollar approach to provide your golden retriever with the proper nutrition...

* How often to spend time training your Australian Shepherd...

* How to keep your Australian Shepherd happy and healthy for its lifetime...

* The once famous but forgotten secret that instantly allows you to have a well behaved, loyal Australian Shepherd...

Possibly most known as the best herding dogs in the canine world, Australian Shepherds are also highly intelligent and easily trained. Due to their inherent breeding traits as a herder, which include a well-developed protective instinct, Aussies make good watch dogs. They will certainly bark warnings if they suspect danger, but they are not excessive noise makers. They are generally loyal, playful, and affectionate dogs that love to cuddle and make terrific companions.
Australian Shepherds make wonderful family pets, provided the family has plenty of time for them. Just like many intelligent dogs, Aussies can become bored easily, especially if they’re left alone for extended periods of time. They will chew up virtually anything if they get restless, and are notorious hole diggers and escape artists. An Aussie that receives plenty of exercise will have very few of these problems. As you can imagine, a dog that renown for its herding skills needs plenty of vigorous exercise. Exercise can be given to Aussies in a variety of ways. Running free in a field such as a dog park is ideal. You can also give your Aussie some real work to do, such as carrying a pack on a walk. You can also play games of catch with a ball or a Frisbee, and/or take them for long runs. They thrive in being part of the action and are willing company on outings such as fishing or hunting trips. Or they’d simply love to be with you while you did a little yard work at home.

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About Australian Shepherd
The Ultimate Guide to Australian Shepherds talks not only about "puppy proofing" your home prior to bringing your Aussie home, but also helps you understand his nutritional needs, his unique health conditions, and how to housebreak and train him.

And because he can be such an active dog, we've also included a section on how to help keep him physically active. You'll definitely appreciate some of these suggestions.

And, oh, by the way… the Australian Shepherd did not originate in The Land Down Under. Surprised? I sure was.

Here's what you'll discover in "The Ultimate Guide to the Australian Shepherd: Secrets to Raising a Healthy, Happy Pet" E-Book:

* How to find out if the Australian Shepherd is the right kind of dog for you...

* 3 little known, yet simple ways to pick the best puppy for your family...

* Secret of expert Australian Shepherd specialists that few people ever know about...

* 3 proven steps to getting your life and home ready for your new Australian Shepherd...

* 2 simple keys (that are right in front of your eyes) to teaching your Australian Shepherd puppy right from wrong...

* WARNING: 3 things you should never do when it comes to training an Australian Shepherd...

* You'll discover in just a few short minutes how to care for your Australian Shepherd on a daily basis...

* 6 time tested and proven strategies for grooming your Australian Shepherd...

* When to look to a professional to help your Australian Shepherd...

* 7 everyday but often overlooked tips and tricks for giving your Australian Shepherd the proper nutrition...

* A pennies on the dollar approach to provide your golden retriever with the proper nutrition...

* How often to spend time training your Australian Shepherd...

* How to keep your Australian Shepherd happy and healthy for its lifetime...

* The once famous but forgotten secret that instantly allows you to have a well behaved, loyal Australian Shepherd...

Possibly most known as the best herding dogs in the canine world, Australian Shepherds are also highly intelligent and easily trained. Due to their inherent breeding traits as a herder, which include a well-developed protective instinct, Aussies make good watch dogs. They will certainly bark warnings if they suspect danger, but they are not excessive noise makers. They are generally loyal, playful, and affectionate dogs that love to cuddle and make terrific companions.
Australian Shepherds make wonderful family pets, provided the family has plenty of time for them. Just like many intelligent dogs, Aussies can become bored easily, especially if they’re left alone for extended periods of time. They will chew up virtually anything if they get restless, and are notorious hole diggers and escape artists. An Aussie that receives plenty of exercise will have very few of these problems. As you can imagine, a dog that renown for its herding skills needs plenty of vigorous exercise. Exercise can be given to Aussies in a variety of ways. Running free in a field such as a dog park is ideal. You can also give your Aussie some real work to do, such as carrying a pack on a walk. You can also play games of catch with a ball or a Frisbee, and/or take them for long runs. They thrive in being part of the action and are willing company on outings such as fishing or hunting trips. Or they’d simply love to be with you while you did a little yard work at home.

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A Google User
Apr 28, 2012
So So With Some Advertising Thrown In The app isn't really as pictured here. The icon is even different from the rather professional book cover style icon seen on the Google Play page for the app. There is an ebook that provides a decent overview of Aussie history and what to expect when adopting one. I have had an Aussie for about 4 years now, and was interested in the video found on this page that showed step by step grooming. I have been grooming my girl but I'm sure I could do a better job. The video section of the app does nothing more than pull videos from YouTube, some of which are clearly not owned by this developer. While I realize that YouTube videos are available for everyone to see this sort of cheapens the experience. I expected unique video content, even a few short informative clips. I have a YouTube app on my phone so this really seems unnecessary. Most of the app is unprofessional in appearance. A few sections are purely for advertising. There is a tiny bit of info, but it's all info any dog owner can obtain on their own with a quick Google search, I guess that's what you get for free. I guess I better get to work uninstalling. It was a good effort anyway.
A Google User
Apr 28, 2012
So So With Some Advertising Thrown In The app isn't really as pictured here. The icon is even different from the rather professional book cover style icon seen on the Google Play page for the app. There is an ebook that provides a decent overview of Aussie history and what to expect when adopting one. I have had an Aussie for about 4 years now, and was interested in the video found on this page that showed step by step grooming. I have been grooming my girl but I'm sure I could do a better job. The video section of the app does nothing more than pull videos from YouTube, some of which are clearly not owned by this developer. While I realize that YouTube videos are available for everyone to see this sort of cheapens the experience. I expected unique video content, even a few short informative clips. I have a YouTube app on my phone so this really seems unnecessary. Most of the app is unprofessional in appearance. A few sections are purely for advertising. There is a tiny bit of info, but it's all info any dog owner can obtain on their own with a quick Google search, I guess that's what you get for free. I guess I better get to work uninstalling. It was a good effort anyway.
Shelly
Apr 28, 2012
So So With Some Advertising Thrown In The app isn't really as pictured here. The icon is even different from the rather professional book cover style icon seen on the Google Play page for the app. There is an ebook that provides a decent overview of Aussie history and what to expect when adopting one. I have had an Aussie for about 4 years now, and was interested in the video found on this page that showed step by step grooming. I have been grooming my girl but I'm sure I could do a better job. The video section of the app does nothing more than pull videos from YouTube, some of which are clearly not owned by this developer. While I realize that YouTube videos are available for everyone to see this sort of cheapens the experience. I expected unique video content, even a few short informative clips. I have a YouTube app on my phone so this really seems unnecessary. Most of the app is unprofessional in appearance. A few sections are purely for advertising. There is a tiny bit of info, but it's all info any dog owner can obtain on their own with a quick Google search, I guess that's what you get for free. I guess I better get to work uninstalling. It was a good effort anyway.
Shelly
Apr 28, 2012
So So With Some Advertising Thrown In The app isn't really as pictured here. The icon is even different from the rather professional book cover style icon seen on the Google Play page for the app. There is an ebook that provides a decent overview of Aussie history and what to expect when adopting one. I have had an Aussie for about 4 years now, and was interested in the video found on this page that showed step by step grooming. I have been grooming my girl but I'm sure I could do a better job. The video section of the app does nothing more than pull videos from YouTube, some of which are clearly not owned by this developer. While I realize that YouTube videos are available for everyone to see this sort of cheapens the experience. I expected unique video content, even a few short informative clips. I have a YouTube app on my phone so this really seems unnecessary. Most of the app is unprofessional in appearance. A few sections are purely for advertising. There is a tiny bit of info, but it's all info any dog owner can obtain on their own with a quick Google search, I guess that's what you get for free. I guess I better get to work uninstalling. It was a good effort anyway.