Originally Posted by Tazwell
Just for the heck of it, I looked up the size ranges for the Aussies. Dog breed info .com states:
DogBreedInfo.com is one of the worst sites to try and find factual information on any breed, they are notorious for it.
The size range for aussies can be found simply by looking at the breed standard
"Preferred height at the withers for males is 20 to 23 inches; that for females is 18 to 21 inches, however, quality is not to be sacrificed in favor of size."
There are no size varieties of Aussies
Aussies can be any size according to the standard as long as they still meet the standard and are able to do the job they were originally bred to do, herding sheep and cattle.
There is no "Standard" or "Giant" or "Toy" or "Miniature" or "Teacup" Aussies there are just plan and simple "Aussies" Whether it's 12 inches tall or 35 inches tall it's still just
an "Aussie" no size classes to be named.