Australian Shepherds

Dave and Laura Fuller






Truly's and Jack's puppies from this March 6, 2005 litter, have gone to great homes.

Heartfire's Tried and True CD (Truly), and Woodlake's PrimeTime News (Jack)

Truly and Jack are extremely intelligent, have great temperments, and are extremely athletic.


Pictures of the March 6, 2005 Litter

March 13, 2005, Age 1 week

March 15, 2005, Age 9 days

March 20, 2005, Age 2 weeks

March 25, 2005, Age 2 1/2 weeks

March 29, 200,5 Age 3 weeks

April 4, 2005, Age 4 weeks

April 11, 2005, Age 5 weeks

April 20, 200,5 Age 6 weeks

May 1, 2005, Age 8 weeks

May 19, 2005, Age about 10 weeks

July 17, 2005, Age about 4 months


Pictures of Truly's and Jack's 2003 Litter

Truly's and Jack's litter from October 2003


Since we keep puppies from some of our litters, we have been able to experience what we are breeding. We are proud to say that we have had only healthy, intelligent, responsive, athletic, and well adjusted Aussies. We have had no health problems with either of the parents, nor have we had any health problems with any of our puppies. We have been in contact with many of the people who purchased puppies from our litters, and the puppies and the owners are extremely happy.

The puppies are born in our house and we handle and talk to them every day. Our puppies spend a lot of time with our family being socialized and trained. We introduce the puppies to clicker training by practicing walking on leash, sitting, and down, prior to going to their new homes. Clicker training of the puppies begins at about 6 weeks and continues until they go to their new homes.

Puppies are paper trained and litter box trained by the time the new owners pick them up at 8 weeks of age.

Our goal is to find great homes for each of our new puppies.