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Australian Shepherd puppies and dogs in Grass Valley, California

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Australian Shepherd

Male, Young
Roseville, CA
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Shots are up-to-date,
Tymoon is 1 year old, turning 2 on May 4th. He is Toy Australian Sheppard so he'll stay small. He can be an anxious dog; separation anxiety, nervous but very loving and loyal. He is a high energy dog. Tymoon loves playing catch with a variety of balls, tennis balls are his favorite. His favorite type of toy is the ones that have that crunchy paper sound. Looking for someone who has a backyard and won't leave him alone at home for long periods. He can be shy. He does well with kids, however, he gets anxious if too much is going on. Slow movements to start. He knows how to sit, stay, stand, jump, roll over, high-five, shake, here (will come sit next you), walk with me, ah - ah (to stop him from doing something), go to bed, need to go potty outside. Overall, he's a good dog just needs help with his anxiousness and would be so happy with a backyard with more room to run around. He's been exposed to one cat and does well with her. He does well at the dog parks too.
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Australian Shepherd Border Collie

Female, 3 yrs 1 mo
Yuba City, CA
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
URGENT Courtesy Post: Owner Surrender/Rehoming- San Leandro, CA Meet Mazenia! She is an 3 year old Australian Shepherd/Border Collie mix and weighs 69 lbs. She is spayed, microchipped, and up to date on shots, but isn’t on heartworm prevention. Mazenia is good with other dogs! She hasn’t been tested around children. No cats, due to her reactivity! The owner is surrendering her because she is no longer able to take care of her, due to personal health issues. She needs to go by 3/31! If you think you can provide a great home for Mazenia, please contact the owner listed below. There is a $100 rehoming fee to assure good folks with good intentions. This fee will be donated to Australian Shepherds Furever for their assistance in placing Mazenia. Owner’s Contact Information: Vera Gassner at (510) 816-1131 or
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Australian Shepherd Husky

Female, Puppy
Sacramento, CA
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
My pet gets along with kids and likes to play a lot likes to go out and run Luna is 5 months old and she is a happy dog but is kinda hard for her to listen to someone she knows how to sit down and she also has a special toy that she likes very much.
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Australian Shepherd

Female, Adult
Woodland, CA
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Not good with dogs, House-trained, Shots are up-to-date,
*Courtesy post, if interested please contact dog owner at or (916) 599-9664 *  My pet's name is Myla, she is a purebred Blue Merle Australian Shepherd, and she isalmost 4 years of age. She is the sweetest thing, and she will treat you, your family, andfriends with the same amount of love, attention, and care as you give her, if not more.One of the biggest things that I adore about her is the fact that she will literally come upto your bed when you tell her to, and cuddle with you for hours without end. Anotherthing she loves is head scratches, and she puts on her most derpy-est happy face whenyou do so (she often has her tongue out of the side when you're petting her). As with anyAussie, she is very intelligent and very active, so preferably, she is in the best care withsomeone who can provide her with adequate mental and physical stimulation. She is agreat in-door dog, and she doesn't often mess with any household items, furniture, etc.,except for things like food packages (which doesn't happen very often) and her soft toysusually. I have only had her for 10 weeks, so about 2 and a half months, and she was ableto behave and get attached to me and my housemates pretty well, despite being with herprevious owners for the majority of her young years. I got her from my friend’s friend’sfamily, and they were unable to keep her because of housing issues, and I believe therewas no official breeder of the dog, just accidental litter from a mutual.I am currently a 4th-year college student, attempting to graduate this year, with a lot onmy plate. I believe as a single dog parent living in a small apartment with 3 otherhousemates, I don’t think I can provide Myla with the happiness she deserves and theattention she needs as a working dog breed, given my mental and physical capacity. Itwas my first time owning an actual dog myself, and I believe I underestimated howmuch time and effort it takes to care for a pet. One of the biggest issues has been hersocialization behavior, with other animals, especially dogs. Whenever I take her out onwalks, and she sees another animal, she would react very aggressively (lashing, pulling,lunging, showing fangs, growling, barking, salivating). I don’t have the financial meansor the overall energy to get her into behavioral training or train her myself. So I amlooking for owners (preferably families) who are capable and are willing to go throughthat for her.She is also up to date with most of her shots, but will be needing them soon, and doeshave some flea scabs, but no fleas. She has been eating dry kibble (Blue Buffalo Brand),and I think she likes salmon the most, then chicken, then beef, from my own testingexperience. She will often sleep on the floor, I have carpet in my apartment, and I don’tknow how she reacts with a dog bed as I don’t own one for her. She also loves being inthe car.I will be able to provide her shot record from the previous owners as I have only had herfor a short time, and any more information as requested or required.  Please let me know or contact me if you have any more questions! *Courtesy post, if interested please contact dog owner at or (916) 599-9664 *  All animals are up-to-date on vaccinations (including rabies if over 4 months old), microchipped, and spayed or neutered. All dogs have been been vaccinated with DHPP and Bordatella (kennel cough) and heartworm tested negative (if over 6 months).    All cats have been vaccinated with FVRCP and current on flea control. Please click on the link for Yolo County Animal Services for more information. April 11, 2024, 5:13 pm
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Australian Shepherd Chow Chow

Female, Adult
Elk Grove, CA
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date,
Hello there, I'm Maeve! I'm a simple girl who enjoys the simple things in life. I can truly be anything you want me to be, a couch potato, a tanning buddy, exercise buddy, a dog to lean on while your crying... I think you get the point, whatever you need I'll be there. I came in with my sister Fionn and I love her but am nervous about other dogs I will bark and try to avoid but do not escalate when approached. Call or visit Elk Grove Animal Services to meet our adoptable dogs!April 14, 2024, 6:04 pm

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Yolo County Animal Services

140C Tony Diaz Drive, Woodland, CA 95776

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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City of Elk Grove Animal Services

9150 Union Park Way, Elk Grove, CA 95624

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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