|UPDATED SEPT 01 2017
|RED TRI MALE
BORN OCT 18 2017
Parents are Eureka and Impact
I will not sugar coat it. This dog is VERY high energy, VERY mentally needy and not looking for a pet home. Sorry he is looking
for a working home who has a lot of time and energy to dedicate to keeping him mentally stimulated. He needs to be engaged
with his owner, learning things and even enrolled in sports. I live with this breed full time and to give you an idea of his mental
capacity he is the first dog in 20 years I have had to take to formal obedience classes because just working here wasn't enough
for him. If you can not meet his needs he is a neurotic barker with a very high pitched banshee like scream. He can not be left at
home for 8 hours while you work. You must have a job where he can go with you and be kept busy or he needs to go to doggy
day care. This must be a long term life style commitment for him. Not just because he's young. His mother at 10 has not slowed
down one bit. He was bred for sports and is living up to that expectation. If we do not fine the perfect home we will keep him.
HE was supposed to be a part of my breeding program but I am not happy with how he has physically grown up. He has refined
bone where his siblings have more solid bone and he has higher set goofy ears where his siblings kept their wonderful puppy
ears. He isn't the best of his litter now that he has grown up so we have decided to let him go if we can find him a suitable
working style home.
He is up to date on all his vaccinations including bordetella. He is crate trained, house trained, loves to play with toys, gets along
well with all the dogs he's ever met, he has been to doggy day care and loved it. He loves all people. He is very eager to please
and smarter than your average aussie. He picks up on what you are trying to teach him before you get to the end :) the list of
commands he knows is fairly long, sit, down, wait, shake a paw, go around an object ( for agility), touch/target, come, get up (on
an object) get OFF ( an object), kennel ( go in your crate) and I know there are more things I just can't think of them.
There will be stipulations to his sale. We must have some form of proof and guarantee he is going into training classes. We may
even ask for references. You MUST NOT be a first time dog owner. He's far to much for that type of home. We are looking for a
family familiar with the breed and very much committed to working with him. He could go far in sports such as agility and disc.
He is not yet neutered and you MUST leave him intact for 1 year after you purchase him. If it is not working out and you have to
bring him back we need the option of possibly including him in a sport breeding program left open to him. So he can not be
neutered until you have owned him for at least 1 year. That is not negotiable. He can not be neutered any sooner.
His purchase price is currently listed at $2000, this reflects everything we have done with him to get him to this stage in his life
and all the extra's you get with an older trained dog. Depending on the home asking we may be slightly negotiable, basically if
you can prove you have trained other dogs and compete with them in agility/disc etc and can prove from a past history you are
going to be committed to getting titles on him, we are happy to lower his price. If you can not provide proof of such or references
I am familiar with, then his price is pretty firm.
Serious enquiries only please