For Available Australian Shepherd Puppies: Click on the links above for "Abbey's Puppies", "Krissy's Puppies", & "Macey's Puppies". All pages are in alphabetical order. Send me an email to inquire about additional Australian Shepherd or Collie puppies expected to arrive at Fifteen Acre Farms in 2014 or I am happy to refer you to another reputable breeder with available puppies at this time. Email email@example.com or call or text Laura Perry at 918-706-1931 (cell) or 918-371-6099 home/fax.
You may like us on Facebook at Fifteen Acre Farms Australian Shepherds and Collies or request to be added to the Group Fifteen Acre Farms on Facebook to read the precious comments & see pictures our buyers have posted for a reference.
It is your responsibility to educate yourself on breed standard BEFORE you purchase. For info on breed standard visit http://www.akc.org/ and choose the breed that interests you most. Then choose a REPUTABLE breeder willing to provide you with pictures and video of the puppies and their parents and/or allow you to visit their property if you live local. The breeder should also provide you with copies of important health clearances for the parents during his/her initial presentation. You the buyer should also see a copy of the WRITTEN health guarantee/contract you will be asked to sign at time of sale. If a breeder refuses to provide these things, it is best to continue your search elsewhere.
All Fifteen Acre Farms puppies go home with a terrific start on potty training, sleeping through the night, & they know & respect fences. They also have a great start in obedience training & can sit, shake, down, & rollover. Our older puppies are introduced to the command "wait" at the gate as an open gate should never be an invitation to go out. All puppies must be on a leash to exit the yard for their safety. Our puppies are also exposed to many different toys beginning at about age 4 weeks so by the time they go home most of our puppies can fetch & carry a dumbbell, roll & squeak a ball, & play tug of war. Stimulation is very important for psychological development & growth as well as healthy diet, exercise, & lots of love.