Puppy Adoption – Abigail The Australian Shepherd

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I notice I profile quiet a few Australian Shepherds and Aussie mixes on my website. I think I have a soft spot in my heart for the breed because my shelter puppy Linus is an Australian Shepherd mix (even though he looks like a Labrador Retriever with a curly tail).Anyhow, as most of you know I like to profile dogs and puppies from the Cuddly Canines website. Cuddly Canines is the rescue I volunteer as a foster from time to time. Unfortunately, since I’ve been raising Stetson my Guide Dog puppy in training I haven’t been able to volunteer much time to Cuddly Canines. That’s one of the reasons I like to profile their available dogs here on the Puppy In Training website.

I will keep these posts on my blog, so by the time you read this article Abigail may have already been adopted. Please check out the Cuddly Canines

Abigail The Australian Shepherd

 

Unfortunately, the Cuddly Canines website doesn’t have much information on Abigail yet.

Here’s the short description they have posted:

2 year old, 57 pound beautiful Aussie gal!

Are you interested in adopting?

If you are interested in adopting Abigail please visit the Cuddly Canines website. If you happen to adopt Abigail 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, Abigail 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.

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.

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