Krazy K Aussies
ASDR Registered Miniature
Here at Krazy K………
We are a small breeder of Miniature Australian Shepherds. Although we are new to the breed, we are not new to breeding, training, nutrition and quality. With 20+ years experience breeding, our aim for the Miniature Australian Shepherds is a simple (but not always easy) one of producing high quality, healthy and happy puppies that will make you a great companion. We have begun our MAS program with high quality stock and will settle for nothing less!
Work hard, Play hard
We have gone out of our way to find exceptional representations of the Miniature Australian Shepherd to be the foundation of our program. We want to deliver the best possible match for you.
All of our dogs have either been tested through Canine Health Check for the full Australian Shepherd Panel or we have proof that they are clear for the full panel through parentage.
All of our puppies come with a full 2-year health guarantee and a lifetime guarantee of support. We stand behind each and every puppy that leaves our home.
Australian Shepherd FAQs
What is their personality?
The Australian Shepherd is intelligent, primarily a working dog of strong herding and guardian instincts. He is an exceptional companion. He is versatile and easily trained, performing his assigned tasks with great style and enthusiasm. He is naturally reserved with strangers but does not exhibit shyness.
Although an aggressive, authoritative worker, viciousness toward people or animals is intolerable.
What are the different sizes of Australian Shepherds ?
STANDARD: Height for both male and female is 18 inches up to 23 inches at the top of the withers.
MINIATURE: Height for both male and female is 14 inches up to 18 inches at the top of withers.
TOY: Height for both male and female is 10 inches up to 14 inches at the top of the withers.
What colors do Australian Shepherds come in?
All colors are strong, clear and rich. The colors are blue merle, red (liver) merle, solid black and solid red (liver) and with or without white markings and/or tan (copper) points with no order of preference.
The blue merle and black have black pigmentation on nose, lips and eye-rims; the red (liver) merle and red (liver) have liver pigmentation on nose, lips and eye-rims.
What registry do you use?
Our dogs are registered with ASDR, the American Stock Dog Registry.
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