Australian Shepherd Puppies for Sale

Intelligent, hard working, and versatile, the Aussie is a no-nonsense dog who thrives in a home where his brains and energy are put to good use. You don’t have to keep a flock of sheep if you live with an Aussie — although it doesn’t hurt — but you do have to keep him busy.

He’s a high-energy dog who doesn’t know the meaning of couch potato and wouldn’t approve of it if he did.

Because he’s got energy to burn, he needs plenty of exercise — a walk around the neighborhood won’t cut it — and at least a small yard to help him work out his ya-yas.

Lacking a job to do, he becomes bored, destructive, and loud. Or he might invent his own job: herding the kids, either yours or the neighbors’; chasing cars or other animals; or taking your house apart. If you don’t have the time or energy to train and exercise the Aussie on a daily basis, he’s not the breed for you.

Allis – Female

  • Price: $700

  • Health Guarantee?: Yes

  • Status: Fully Weaned

  • Age: 10 Weeks

  • Vaccinated?: Yes
  • Registry: AKC

Beau – Male

  • Price: $700

  • Health Guarantee?: Yes

  • Status: Fully Weaned

  • Age: 10 Weeks

  • Vaccinated?: Yes
  • Registry: AKC

Loki – Male

  • Price: $700

  • Health Guarantee?: Yes

  • Status: Fully Weaned

  • Age: 10 Weeks

  • Vaccinated?: Yes
  • Registry: AKC

Oakley – Male

  • Price: $700

  • Health Guarantee?: Yes

  • Status: Fully Weaned

  • Age: 10 Weeks

  • Vaccinated?: Yes
  • Registry: AKC

Oliver – Male

  • Price: $700

  • Health Guarantee?: Yes

  • Status: Fully Weaned

  • Age: 10 Weeks

  • Vaccinated?: Yes
  • Registry: AKC

Ruby – Female

  • Price: $700

  • Health Guarantee?: Yes

  • Status: Fully Weaned

  • Age: 10 Weeks

  • Vaccinated?: Yes
  • Registry: AKC

Australian Shepherd Puppies Personality

Bred to be pushy with livestock, Australian Shepherds can and will take the dominant role in the home if you don’t give them firm and confident leadership. This makes them a poor choice for first-time or timid owners.

Like many herding dogs, Australian Shepherds are by nature loyal to their family but standoffish with strangers. They need early socialization — exposure to many different people, sights, sounds, and experiences — when they’re young.

Socialization helps ensure that your Aussie puppy grows up to be a well-rounded dog. Enrolling him in a puppy kindergarten class is a great start. Inviting visitors over regularly, and taking him to busy parks, stores that allow dogs, and on leisurely strolls to meet neighbors will also help him polish his social skills.