My Toy Aussie
Teacup, Toy and Miniature Australian Shepherds
(Puppies pictured above are not Jane's current litter. These are from her first litter.)
Thank you for your interest. My name is Marta, nice to meet you!
Let me explain how our process works...
We require a deposit to be put on our waiting list. The people who put down a minimum deposit down of $300 will get to pick out of this litter first. You will pick in the order that the deposits came in. (First pick is already reserved out of this litter.) Your deposit will be applied towards your purchase. It is refundable if you choose to pass on picking a puppy. You can also bump to another litter. However, once you pick a puppy, it is non-refundable.
Because we price our puppies based on their size, eye color, confirmation and temperament...we do not price them till 8 weeks of age. Once I price them they are available to pick. Our price range includes an 18 month congenital health guarantee, first shot, preventatives, tails, dew claws, papers in your name and cost of spay/neuter.
Both parents have been genetically tested for the top 10 genetic diseases and for color genes which can also cause long term health problems. They are also registered with the American Stock Dog Registry.
They will be spayed between 7 to 8 weeks of age and should be ready to go between 9 and 10 weeks of age.
Lots of info on this website including our guarantee which can be found at the bottom our info links page.
We do not air-ship puppies as we feel it is too stressful on a dog.
Bob and Marta
Jane had four puppies on 2/25/19. She had two merles and two tris - all with collars. On Thursday this week, they will be going to Fremont Animal Hospital for a well puppy visit and to have tails and dew claws removed. Too early to tell their size; however, they are all very close in size. Puppies are nursing and appear healthy. Praise the Lord! They will be priced and available to pick around the 8th week. We are accepting 3 deposits on this litter of 4.
Below is from the following article I just read on the ASPCA's website.
"In 2019 the ASPCA’s Animal Poison Control Center noted a large jump in calls about marijuana ingestion by animals—in fact, in the first couple of months the APCC reported a 765 percent increase over the same period last year."
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Wouldn't you know it....during the blizzard of 2019, Jane decides that it's time. She started to nest today and has been shaking. Two signs that we should have puppies within 24 hours. We are excited. Praying for a safe delivery.~ Marta
Here is a great article on this subject from Dogs Naturally Magazine. We do believe in puppy shots, but after that i'm becoming more skeptical. Feed clean, supplement and the immune system should be able to do the rest.
We can not eat a meal in front of the TV without these two beggars, begging for food. They love Cheerios and as soon as they hear the box open they tear into the kitchen to wait for dad to drop a few on the floor for them to eat. Toy Australian Shepherds can be very food motivated. lol
We'd like to introduce y'all to Waylon. He is being evaluated for our breeding program. Waylon was born in November and is the son of Wyatt and Josephine. His wonderful temperament and loving personality prompted us to hold him back. Plus, I fell in love with the amount of copper he has on his face. So stunning.