Eddy is a herding dog enthusiast's delight. He appears to be a mix of Australian Shepherd and Australian Cattle Dog. He is bred merle to merle, resulting in deafness.
He sure doesn't let his deafness stop him, though. He's very observant, and very smart. Very aware of what's going on around him, and dog friendly. We haven't tested him with cats yet, but certainly can.
He's a handsome and unique looking boy who is affectionate, loves to sit for cookies. He hails from the Apple Valley shelter, picked up as a stray. He's very smart, and will be very easy to train- he loves to learn.
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