Puppy Adoption – Australian Shepherd Mix

If you are considering puppy adoption, I highly recommend visiting one of your local puppy/dog rescues. In past articles I’ve talked to you about the puppy/dog rescue, Cuddly Canines. I want to do my best to help place these puppies by profiling each puppy, litter of puppies, and dogs on this blog.

***Note this dog may already be adopted as I will keep this information in my archive. Please check the Cuddly Canines website for the most recent puppies up for adoption.

Bella The Australian Shepherd Mix Puppy

Bella

Bella the Aussie Mix

Adorable Bella is a 3 month old Australian Shepherd mixed with ??? She is a happy playful girl who has lots of energy & a fun disposition.

She would do great in an active family who could take her on walks, camping trips, etc. Bella is very smart & would excel in agility training. Bella currently weighs about 15 pounds.

What is an Australian Shepherd Mix?

Bella is said to be an Australian Shepherd mix puppy. Because we know she might be mostly Australian Shepherd she may exhibit the temperament and traits of an Australian Shepherd.

From Wikipedia on Australian Shepherd temperament:

Generally the breed is an energetic dog that requires exercise and enjoys working, whether it is learning and practicing tricks, competing in dog agility, or any other physically and mentally involving activity. Other Aussies would rather be with their humans and enjoying being couch potatoes. It is usually a sweet and affectionate dog who is faithful to its owners and should be good with children. Most Australian Shepherds make wonderful family dogs, provided there is at least one shepherd-figure to act as a leader and mentor to the dog.

My shelter dog, Linus is an Australian Shepherd mix and displays the “rather be with their humans and enjoys being a couch potato” temperament. Linus is very easy going, smart, protective, and on the timid side.

Are you interested in adopting?

If you are interested in adopting Bella please visit the Cuddly Canines website. If you happen to adopt Bella please remember, it’s never too early or too late to start her on her training. If you are interested in puppy adoption or fostering here are a few other articles you might enjoy:

Puppy Adoption And Fostering
Dedicated To My Dog Linus

Of course, Bella is not the only dog being fostered by Cuddly Canines. Please visit their website to see the most current pictures of all their dogs and puppies.

Cuddly Canines is having their adoption event Sunday February 24th from 11am-4pm in Aliso Viejo. Click the link for more information: Cuddly Canines Adoption Event.

I’d love to hear what you have to say about this article. Is puppy adoption in your future? Do you want to try puppy fostering? If so, please visit the Cuddly Canines website.

Comments

  1. says

    Aussies are very excitable and affectionate, especially when they greet you after you have been away for a while. You can find a really nice short article/personal story about a man and his Aussie and just how satisfying this can be at:

    http://loveubecause.com/2009/01/18/loveubecause-youve-been-dog-gone-away/

    It first appeared “In Dog In Canada” in 2006 and subsequently in the “Aussie Times” in 2007

    Enjoy!

    “A”

    PS a couple of excellent digital photo illustrations accompany the story!

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