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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Costa Mesa, CA, 92626
Pet name:
Australian Shepherd
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Coat length:
COURTESY POST - Anaheim, CA -  owners contact info is at the bottom of the bio

This good girl is Rose. She is 1.5 years old and weighs 47 pounds. She is spayed and UTD on shots. 

She is good with kids but Rose gets excited easily and needs her space. We would recommend Rose not be in a home with young children. She gets excited easily and this gets in the way of her learning. My youngest son bothers her and she does get upset. 

She is good with other dogs for the most part but she is very bossy. Rose has not been around cats.
Rose is calm at home but gets overly excited with our kids. Right now Iโ€™m managing them not playing outside with her. We have done puppy training with her at wags and wiggles in Tustin and have boarded/daycare her there since 6 months. 

She has been exhibiting a fear of men and strangers for a few months and needs more behavior work so a female adopter is preferred. We donโ€™t have the time, resources or knowledge to work with her and it is difficult with the kids. 

Owner contact Laura at 714-307-9640 or

There is a $150 rehoming fee to assure good folks with good intentions and that fee will be donated to Australian Shepherds Furever

Disclosure: This dog is a bite risk, but will thrive in the right environment.
Australian Shepherds Furever


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