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We at Lightlake Australian Shepherds Kennel believe that every dog has something special to offer, whether it be in the ring, in some sports, on the field , or on the couch as a family pet. Our goal at Lightlake is to breed dogs that meet these expectations physically and mentally too.
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Unlike the Australian Shepherd (Aussie) name, it is not from Australia but from the United States. Its origins date back to the 1800s. In Europe, respectively. It is a relatively young breed in Hungary. Aussies have outstanding intelligence as most herding sheepdogs. They are very eager and very fast to learn, brain training is a must have for them. They do not like doing anything, so it is worth giving them regular activities (agility, herding, dogdancing, flyball, etc.).
The peculiarity of the breed is that it is almost suggestive of a person while learning, not scattered, constantly focused on the task. In addition to brain training, of course, your need for exercise should not be overlooked, as a shepherd dog requires regular exercise and walking. In addition to all these interior features, they have a very impressive, eye-catching appearance. People are first attracted to the different color combinations of the coat and the blue eyes that occur in many individuals. Blue-merle, black, red-merle, respectively. occur in red colors, with or without white markings, respectively. with or without copper red markings.
The Australian Shepherd is medium-sized and of medium bone, with a height of 25 to 30 kg, with a height of 50 to 60 cm, which results in a bulky appearance. Still, its movement is light, agile and harmonious. All in all, the Aussie is a versatile, intelligent, very good guarding and herding dog. Because of its nature and character, it is desirable to be close to a person, he likes to be an active member of a family, so it is definitely recommended for people who can provide all of this.