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Updated July 6th, 2018
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Deposits are 50% taken before birth to hold the puppy of your choice.
Puppies are given out in the order of deposits received.
These are exceptionally well bread and cared for puppies, so get your deposit in early
If the puppy of your choice doesn't arrive you will receive a full refund minus any charges for transaction we are charged or; let it ride and we'll apply your deposit to the next litter of pups
Female - $1500-$3000
Male - $1200-$2500
Female - $1200-$2500
Male - $1000-$2000
Blue Eyed Tri's: (BET's)
Female - $2500-$4000
Male - $2000-$3500
CEA - Collie Eye Anomaly
- Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA) is a inherited bilateral eye disease common in a number of breeds of dogs. The disorder causes abnormal development in layers of tissue in the eye under the retina called the choroid. These changes cause what is referred to as Choroidal Hypoplasia. The abnormal choroid appears pale and translucent. In most cases CEA is present at birth and can be detected in puppies as young as 4-8 weeks of age. There is currently no treatment for this disease.
CD - Cone Degeneration
- Cone Degeneration (CD) is an autosomal recessive disease that occurs in the German Shorthaired Pointer and Alaskan Malamute and several other breeds. Cone Degeneration disease causes day-blindness caused by a lack of cone function in the retina of the eye.
DM - Degenerative Myelopathy
- Degenerative Myelopathy (DM) is a progressive neurological disorder that affects the spinal cord of dogs. Dogs that have inherited two defective copies will experience a breakdown of the cells responsible for sending and receiving signals from the brain, resulting in neurological symptoms.
HC - Hereditary Cataracts (HSF4)
- Hereditary Cataracts (HC) are a clouding of the lens of the eye caused by a breakdown of tissue in the eye. This condition generally results in an inability to see clearly and can cause total blindness. In canines, cataracts are often familial; this type is known as Hereditary Cataracts.
HUU - Hyperuricosuria
- Dogs with this genetic mutation metabolize waste products as uric acid in their urine. The uric acid forms into hard stones in the bladder, causing pain and inflammation as the stone moves through the urinary tract.
MDR1 - Multi-drug Resistance
- Multi-Drug Resistance Gene, (MDR) codes for a protein that is responsible for protecting the brain by transporting potentially harmful chemicals away from the brain. In certain breeds, a mutation occurs in the MDR1 gene that causes sensitivity to Ivermectin, Loperamide, and a number of other drugs. Dogs with this mutation have a defect in the P-glycoprotein that is normally responsible for transporting certain drugs out of the brain. The defective protein inhibits the dog's ability to remove certain drugs from the brain, leading to a buildup of these toxins. As a result of the accumulation of toxins, the dog can show neurological symptoms, such as seizures, ataxia, or even death.
CMR1 - Canine Multifocal Retinopathy
- Canine Multifocal Retinopathy (CMR) is an autosomal recessive eye disorder known to affect Great Pyrenees, English Mastiffs, Bullmastiffs, Australian Shepherds, Dogue de Bordeaux, English Bulldogs, American Bulldogs, Coton de Tulears, Perro de Presa Canario, and Cane Corsos.
NCL - Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscionsis
- There are many forms of Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis (NCL) result in progressive degeneration of the central nervous system. Characteristic neurological signs of NCL include mental dullness, Ataxia, loss of vision, weakness, abnormal gait, seizures, tremors and aggressive behaviors.
PRA - Cord1-PRA
- Progressive Retinal Atrophy, more commonly known as PRA, is a general term for a group of diseases causing degeneration of the retina, leading to a loss of vision. One form of this disorder is known as cord1-PRA, which stands for cone-rod dystrophy-PRA.
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Read More About Razzle Dazzle AussiesWe're passionate about our breeding and lifestyle that is provided to the dogs.
Good breeding is a large responsibility. Care of your new puppy begins long before it is born.
We will ask you what it is you are looking for and the living environment you will provide in order to help you with the best possible match.
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Some Info on Toy and Mini Australian ShepherdsAbout Toy and Mini AussiesAbout Mini AussiesThe Australian Shepherd a highly active breed and require a substantial amount of exercise
A mere walk is not sufficient and vigorous daily exercise is a must for this energetic breed
Australian Shepherd thrive on running, herding, playing, and all family activities
Australian Shepherds are at their best when given a task
Not recommended for apartments or places they can't get enough exercise and play
The Toy-Miniature Australian Shepherd needs little grooming and when required, a firm bristle brush and bath are recommended
The Toy Australian Shepherd is an excellent companion for children and a devoted friend and guardian. They can become destructive and nervous without adequate attention and socialization