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Australian Shepherd

Australian Shepherd
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What Causes Deafness in Aussies?3.6 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Dual Registry4.4 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Deleting a dog from the database4.7 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Admin what are the rules to put a pedigree on this database?5 years agoAustralian Shepherd
cant add my dog there is a dog with the same name 5.3 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Adopting new Aussie next week10.3 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Burnt Coat10.4 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Castration an aussie male11.3 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Why can't I update my pup's pedigree??11.1 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Do not want to delete my gallery11.7 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Belcando/Bewi Dog food now in the UK12.8 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Upcomming Litter Planned13.4 years agoAustralian Shepherd
looking for show prospect13.5 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Fixes to the website12.2 years agoAustralian Shepherd
LOOKING FOR FEMALE PUP14.1 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Unbelievable Intelligence of the Breed!12.9 years agoAustralian Shepherd
Hello?14.3 years agoAustralian Shepherd

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