Many of these guys are in various locations. Call with the one your interested in and we will setup an appointment to view the dog.
These are really nice pups I've enjoyed having around. Unfortunatelyhey have to have new homes; they have become too much for me to give them the proper care they deserve.
Currently there are two 12 months and three 10 months old young Australian Heeler/Huskie mix that are pretty active.
There has not been a lot of time spent with them; this means they have not been socialized much. Therefore, if you choose to bring one home they are not magically going to be your friend within the first couple of hours (a couple would just from the ride home). It is going to take time, giving them a space to feel safe within; it would be like bring home a cat/kitten for the first time. With that said, food and their need for attention will bring them around (and they do need attention on a daily basis).
None of these guys has been abused or neglected. IN ADDITION, none of them have showed signs of being aggressive toward people. They are all sweet, loving, and eager for attention and you could say they are spoiled. I find them to be smart, funny, loving and attentive, no bias here. This is their tendency toward me and I have no doubt they would any be different toward anyone else. I do not see any glaring possible problems with most of them. Most of them will be easy to train once they bond to you.
They have been raised around a women and very comfortable with any women. Men... /shrugs really depends how a male approaches them. After watching them when a gentleman came to view and take one home, as a pack they did what they are suppose to do. This gentleman came into the yard without me at the fence and could not move until I gave the, "OK!" and they all turned very friendly toward him with tails wagging. I was very proud of them and he even commented how friendly they all were.
My guess is they'll grow to around 45-80lbs.
They will do well around other dogs, probably be very happy to have them around since they already belong to a large pack. They've been around cats and show no aggression toward them. They've been smacked a few times by mine.
Please make sure you have a fenced yard and can secure them when left alone. Heelers have powerful hind legs which makes a leap over a fence easy.
If your a renter, make sure you check with your landlord. Too many dogs end up in shelters once the uninformed landlord finds out. This is something I want to avoid.
Please be committed and have some sort of view that pets are family members.
Our Winters and Summers are harsh, please be able to provide protection for them.
The names that appear with these pups, they don't know them.
They have not had any shots and there is a $50.00 rehoming fee. This fee is too cover the cost of their scheduled spay/neuter cost only. These schedules have been set up with a Veterinarian clinic
Click on their pictures to read a short Bio.
If interested, I can be contacted at 775-315-2876 or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contacting me by email could result in a few days before a response can be given.
We are located in Silver Springs.