Is A Toy Aussie the dog for you?
First of all, if you want a toy dog that is above average in intelligence,
requires minimum grooming, little shedding, and a very strong desire
to be with you constantly, loyality, shows great love doing whatever you
for you. They follow you room to room, not leaving your side.
We do believe in crate training of our dogs. You never know when it is
needed. But, we do not allow our dogs to be locked away in a crate for
long periods of time, and will not like a puppy of ours to end up this way.
We breed our Toys for others to enjoy what we already have. These are
people dogs and we want puppy buyers to know the love we get from
our lovely dogs.
Our goal is to produce the smartest, cutest,most loving, well colored,
registered Toy aussies.
Toy Aussies have been established over the past 40 years to be "little
dogs" minus continued barking, stubborn willed and difficult to train.
We are small hobby breeders with a few litters a year. They do not live in cages
or a kennel.
Like all breeds, Toy Aussies can have some health issues, mostly eye problems.
There are genetic tests that all breeding dogs should have done. There is also
the MDR-1 gene. Our dogs are all tested, I will let you know if this could be a
problem. Only two of our girls is a carrier for the MDR-1 gene, and could possibly pass this on.
We have her puppies tested for this gene, before they leave. You are told whether this is with your
puppy, so you are prepared to not use certain drugs. Tonka is negative for any issues.
Some big kennels refuse to test. We test for PRA,HC, MRD-1,