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 inf0


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Casey is a beautiful 4 yo blue Merle female Aussie. She is housebroken, crate trained, sits, shakes, walks well on a leash, loves car rides, and 4 wheeler rides. She’s laid back, extremely loving and a big snuggle bug. Although Casey came from a loving home that took great care of her, she wasn’t socialized a lot, so her foster home has been working on this with trips to Tractor supply and visiting the neighbors. Casey ignores the foster homes horses and chickens and is learning to ignore them as well. Casey's ideal home is one where she is the star attraction, and gets lots of cuddling. She would prefer not to share her home with other girls (she likes to be the center of attention) though she might share with a mellow male and dog savvy cats. Casey loves to be where her humans are and though has not been tested with kids, the previous owners had a young daughter that dressed her up and snuggled on the couch with her. This pint size gal has a big Aussie grin that’s sure to win your heart. Casey is spayed, micro chipped, current on shots, has a partial blue right eye, weighs 40 pounds and is being fostered in W.Va. If you are already an approved ARPH adopter, email Hope.


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Meet Jackson, AKA Jack, Jackie, Jackster, etc. ARPH #14237! This striking-looking boy is a black tri, about 2 ½ years old, surrendered because his owners were moving. Jack is heartworm negative, neutered, and up to date on vaccinations and flea/tick preventative. Coming in at 38 pounds, he was quite thin and needs to gain about five more.  Now that he's parasite-free, that shouldn't take long.  He LOVES running in the yard and is very fast! He also enjoys long walks with his foster sister and gets along well with her and the older neutered male Aussie in his foster home. He tries so hard to get them to play!  He would be best suited in a home with a female or submissive male with a solid temperament. Jack tends to be anxious in new situations and with strangers, always aware of his surroundings. He's learning there are rules and boundaries to house dog life and is coming along well. It was said he is housebroken, and he does seem to whine insistently if he's confined and has to go out. He is very willing to please, is sensitive to correction, and wants to be with his person. He rides well in the car, is crate trained, knows sit, likes toys, and is quite food-motivated. He does pull on leash, so that needs work, and he'll try a sneak counter surf if not watched and corrected. Jack's future home would need to be a quiet one, not a lot of coming and going, and should be committed to continuing his training, providing regular, consistent exercise and boundaries. No cats or other small pets, and no children under 12, please. If you might be a good match for Jack and are already approved, please contact Kay .

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