sexy babe Laylah
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  • Years old:
  • 28
  • Ethnicity:
  • Ecuadorian
  • Caters to:
  • I prefer gentleman
  • Eye tone:
  • Big gray-blue eyes
  • What is my hair:
  • I've crisp hair
  • What is my body features:
  • Slender
  • Favourite drink:
  • Rum
  • Stud:
  • None


Zoey back the 2 year old tricolor Australian Shepherd and Beau front the 1 year old merle Australian Shepherd.


Not surprisingly, the miniature Australian shepherd resembles the larger Australian shepherd, though more compact in size.

Females standing between 13 to 17 inches, and males from 14 to 19 inches. Mini Australian shepherds also require ificant exercise and mental stimulation. Keeping your miniature Australian shepherd looking cute is all about tending to their fur.

These are big shedders thanks to their double coats, so their fur requires some serious attention. The head, legs and tail are usually left a bit longer.

Similar to the Puppy Cut, but with a twist. For this style, the hair around the head is carefully trimmed to a rounder shape that alludes to the adorableness of a teddy bear.

There are a of reasons why this is a bad ideabut here are a few of the most important ones we want to mention:. Some dogs are prone to allergies. If they scratch enough to wound themselves, it may be in their best interest to shave parts or all of their hair to apply topical medication or to regrow hair from scratch.

In other words, your Miniature Australian Shepherd is perfect as is. Besides a shampoo, brush and thorough blow-drying, a Miniature Australian Shepherd is primped, fluffy, and ready to go!

Does your dog need a fresh trim? A groomer can now come to your house! Rover offers dog grooming in select markets.

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Shopping for an Australian Shepherd can be a intimidating yet exciting task.


The Australian Shepherd is a widely popular breed choice, ranking 17 out of in popularity by the American Kennel Club.


I have been reading alot about this short haired Aussie.


The lovely Australian Shepherd has a rather complicated history—descended from long-ago herding dogs found near the Pyrenees Mountains, transported to Australia to herd sheep in the open land, and then eventually ending up in California where they were adopted into the cowboy culture of rodeo performers.