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Old 04-28-2014, 10:53 AM
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Anyone heard anything about them? These are some I've been looking into a bit:

http://www.dynastyminis.com/index.html

I definitely don't prefer the look of the toy ones, with the more Chi-like faces. I also prefer a bit less extreme hair -- not super poofy.

I've always heard good things about WiggleButt. http://www.wiggleb.com/ but I wonder if their dogs may be 'too much' for me, as they seem to be very sports-oriented?

Another I have looked into a bit:
http://www.4cloversaussies.com/home.html
At a glance, 4Clover is breeding a bitch with puppies due in June, that doesn't turn 2 until the end of November, Dynasty just had a litter where the Sire isn't 2 until August, and didn't look at WiggleButt (lol). I don't know if that's common in the breed or what, but something to think about.
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Old 04-28-2014, 11:06 AM
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I will PM you Jackson's mom. I'm not a big fan of talking about breeders online too much.
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Old 04-28-2014, 11:07 AM
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I will PM you Jackson's mom. I'm not a big fan of talking about breeders online too much.
Yeah I meant to say if any one wants to PM me...
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Old 04-28-2014, 11:24 AM
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Laur, if you know some breeders with well-adjusted dogs I'd love their names. I really like the idea of the minis... Just haven't met any around here I'd want. But I have zero qualms buying a dog outside of my area, to me suitability trumps all.
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Old 04-28-2014, 05:50 PM
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Laur, if you know some breeders with well-adjusted dogs I'd love their names. I really like the idea of the minis... Just haven't met any around here I'd want. But I have zero qualms buying a dog outside of my area, to me suitability trumps all.
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Old 04-28-2014, 07:54 PM
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Good for them for their own breed,I guess time will tell.

I've met one with a stable temperament, just a really great dog (from WB) and the rest...um..just kind of the worst aussie traits in a smaller version with strange head shapes. Then again most I've met are toys (/chihuahua mixes I'm sure)

I have no problem with the idea, there is a market for them and the one I know is a really great little guy temp/structure wise.

and PLEASE LET THIS MEAN THE END OF PEOPLE ASKING IF MERLIN IS A "STANDARD" OR "REGULAR SIZED" AUSSIE.
HE IS THE ONLY SIZE OF AUSSIE THERE IS! Oy vey.
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Old 04-28-2014, 10:46 PM
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I remember first looking at this breeder back in the day: http://www.birchviewkennel.com/

Don't know anything about them but when I was 14 I was completely SOLD on them lol.
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Old 04-28-2014, 11:11 PM
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I remember first looking at this breeder back in the day: http://www.birchviewkennel.com/

Don't know anything about them but when I was 14 I was completely SOLD on them lol.
She was showing Tux in CPE when I was showing Bailey. We saw her at a couple trials.
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I remember first looking at this breeder back in the day: http://www.birchviewkennel.com/

Don't know anything about them but when I was 14 I was completely SOLD on them lol.
With just very quickly browsing their site and not reading much, her dogs are GORGEOUS imo
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She was showing Tux in CPE when I was showing Bailey. We saw her at a couple trials.
Seem like a nice dog? He was super cute.

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With just very quickly browsing their site and not reading much, her dogs are GORGEOUS imo
Yeah I like that they look like... just a small Aussie lol. So many look like mixes (probably they are?) with weird shaped heads!

There's a mini in Juno's agility for fun class and I'd totally take her home with me. Friendly, enthusiastic, hardworking little dog... I like her. If she has "quirks," she doesn't showcase them during class at all.
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