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Rescue Me ID: 14-08-08-00398  (male)

Australian Shepherd Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Most Cats 
Personality: Average Energy, Very Submissive 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    AVAILABLE BEGINNING OF SEPTEMBER, 2014. Max is a male aussie/heeler mix. He's not very big, probably 18' at the shoulder. He has not had much socialization yet, but is in a foster home where he will meet lots of new people, dogs, and go new places. He's got a very sweet temperament. If interested in adopting him, fill out and submit an adoption application at mitchellanimalrescue.org. We offer a 2 week no obligation trial run on our foster animals. Adoption fee is $150.

 Adoption Fee: $150.00 Animal Location:

MitchellAnimalRescue
Davison County Mitchell, SD MAP IT!

Contact:
605-770-2170

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Rescue Me ID: 14-07-16-00761Beast (male)

Australian Shepherd    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Cats, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    I am in need of some help & it is actually for my brother. I live in MI & I told him I would search online to see if there are some options for his dog, Beast. Beast is an English Shepherd & I believe he is about 3 1/2 -4 yrs old. My brother works on the road (construction) & is gone 2-3 months at a time. He has a home in Watertown, but there was a tragedy in their family last October. My sister-in-law (who had just turned 50 yrs old) last July was diagnosed with colon cancer. Her prognosis was not good at all & my brother & her went to various hospitals including the Mayo clinic & Tulsa Cancer Treatment Center & that is where she ... (Read More)passed away in October. Susan was Beast's primary caregiver & friend. Luckily, the company my brother works for was able to offer my brother a position where he could work at home on the computer & fly to the main office periodically as their son just graduated from High School this year & he was able to be there with him during this difficult year they had endured. My brother had to go back to work the end of June & his son, will be going off to college. My brother cares for the dog a lot & I really wish I could help him, but we have a dog of our own & it's a commitment as you know. Does your rescue group place dogs in good homes? Beast is used to being in the house & also needs room to roam a little. He is a good dog & I would just love to have placed in a home that would take good care of him. My brother would like to visit him if it would be at all possible or would even consider taking him back if his job allowed it. He lives in a 5th wheel trailer & can be gone 10-12 hr days, so it makes things difficult for him to take care of Beast & he may not know where he will have to move when his job is complete; it's not a fun life, but it pays the bills. If you have any suggestions or would be able to help, it would be very much appreciated. Plans need to be made soon as my nephew will be leaving for college mid-August. (Less)

     Animal Location:

Codington County Williamsburg, SD 49690 MAP IT!

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Robin Small 231.590.2599

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PIease Read Before Adopting an Australian Shepherd in South Dakota
    Australian Shepherd Dogs can make good pets in South Dakota if they match your IifestyIe. The Australian Shepherd, or Aussie, is a playful breed that provides excellent companionship to active children. Aussies are smart, trainable, protective, and eager to please. Australian Shepherds are gentle with humans and aggressive when herding farm animals. Aussies are active even when indoors and do best with plenty of exercise in a large yard.

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    Australian Shepherds are not Australian; they were developed in the United States for herding livestock on American ranches. Aussies can be trained to perform tricks. Aussies are often used by police for narcotics detection.

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