Australian Shepard Beagle
READY IN 3 WEEKS
Litter of 7 puppies
4 girls - all the girls are merle
3 boys - 1 merle, 1 Tri coloured 1 Lemon
Extremely rare in the uk ( mainly known in Australia ) Beautiful Australian Shepard Merle ( Dad ) x Beagle ( mum )
Our beautiful beagle pet Harley has given birth to 7 very unique puppies.
They will be ready to go end of November.
Both mum and dad have amazing temperaments, loving family dogs. Puppies will be brought up around small children. Mum and Dad can be seen, and we will update new owners with regular photos and videos of their new puppy until they are ready to go to their forever homes.
They will be wormed, flead & micro chipped and ready to leave early December. There is a 20% non refundable deposit due to secure the puppy.
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Originally bred in the United States as a dedicated herding dog, the Australian Shepherd has a brilliant mind and a strong desire to work. With proper Australian Shepherd training, he is more than capable of performing both simple and complex tasks.