This website was last updated on April 9, 2013
Welcome to Lazy D Ranch Mini Aussies. We would, first of all, like to thank you for viewing our site. We take great pride in our dogs and have done our best to represent them in their true form.
Lazy D Ranch is located on the border of Texas and New Mexico in Anthony, NM. Nestled at foot of rolling mountains, not far from the Rio Grande river, the ranch sits on a ten acre horse farm surrounded by farmlands and pecan orchirds.
Here at Lazy D Ranch we strive for quality australian shepherds going back to what they were originally bred for, work! This is one very important trait of an aussie's nature that should be preserved and strengthened. Our focus is to produce sound minded, struturally correct, healthy dogs. Capable of being a lifelong companion that would excel in any venue of their forever families choosing.
Our aussies range from 14 to 18 inches tall and 20 to 40lbs. They are our pets first and foremost! We use our dogs to work and move our own stock on the ranch that includes horses, cattle, and goats. They are all very schooled in basic obedience, extensive socialization and some agility. We do not show our dogs but have faith in the champions and lines of proven champions we have invested in to better our program. Our ultimate goal is to produce mini aussies with true aussie temperment- intelligent, loyal companion with strong herding and guarding instincts. They are dilligent, responsible, eager to learn and willing to please attitudes.
Aussies are perfect for people wishing to own a highly-trainable, versatile, super-smart dog that can work/play "till the cows come home." If you have the time and commitment for an Aussie, you won't be disappointed. These special dogs deserve special owners. Their loyalty, drive, character, and whimsical sense of humor place them in a class by themselves!
If you are interested in what Lazy D Ranch has to offer please don't hesitate to ask.
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There never yet has been a dog
Who learned to double cross,
Nor catered to you when you won
Then dropped you when you lost."
-- Mary Hale