Welcome to Q.T.Aussies.wix.com. We hope that you get a chance to explore our website and hope that you find what you are looking for in a Australian Shepherd. At Q.T. Aussies we strive to produce and preserve this great breed.
Q.T. Aussie Updates and News
Limited Spaces until January
The holiday season is going to be here before we know!
With a planned litter of puppies due in November and the litter of puppies in my care well into the new year, I will be limited on boarding space for the holiday season!
We ask that you book well in advance to be sure your furry family member can come stay with us !
We are a small hobby kennel and are active in training and competing with our Australian Shepherds in herding, Rally-O, Obedience, Agility and more. We believe health and temperament are the most important qualities in our dogs and breeding program. Our dogs are pets first and live in our home, on our couches and bed with us!
For Daily updates on the Q.T. Aussie Crew, Overnight Dogs, Board & Train Dogs and Current Litters follow us on Facebook.
Ash X Maxx will be bred for a litter with an estimated due date for November 2018.
This gorgeous litter will be black tris, blue merles and even a possibility of reds.
Our puppies are born and raised in our home. Our puppies are fed a RAW food diet. Puppies are up to date on vaccines and deworming, have eyes examined, are microchipped, CKC registered and have a five year genetic health guarantee.
We breed occasionally and place puppies to approved homes only.
If you are interested in this breeding or would like to know more about Ash and Maxx please contact:
Serious inquires only please.
Did You Know?
Despite the misleading name, the Australian Shepherd is not Australian at all, but was developed most likely in the Pyrenees Mountains somewhere between Spain and France, and refined in the U.S. to work as a herding dog on ranches. The breed's principal forebears were most likely Spanish dogs that accompanied the Basque shepherds and herds of fine Merino sheep exported to both America and Australia in the early days of the colonies. At some point it probably crossed with Collie stock. The dog has had many names in the past including the Pastor Dog, Blue Heeler, Spanish Shepherd, Bob-Tail, New Mexican Shepherd, and California Shepherd. Its many talents include, retrieving, herding, watchdog, guarding, police work, narcotics detection, search & rescue, agility, competitive obedience and performing tricks.