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In shelter Dog

Oklahoma City, OK, 73112
Pet name:
Australian Shepherd
Merle (Red)
Coat length:
Bri is a year old Mini Aussie (mix) puppy who is most likely a Double Merle. Double
Merle is the result of breeding two merle dogs together and this can result in the
loss of pigment in the coat and eyes. She seems to hear fine and does a smaller
than normal optic nerve which causes her not to have as much periphery vision as
normal otherwise she seems to see fine. This just means when people approach her
she does best if you come from the front with your hand as she can’t see as well
above her head or from the side. Shes a very confident, happy, playful puppy. She
does well with other dogs and doesnt seem a bit intimidated by bigger Aussies. She
loves people. Does well on car rides but still has some car sickness if in the back
seat so seams to do best riding in the front. She walks on leash, although needs to
continue to practice as when she gets excited she does still pull. Shes doing well
with crate training and will let you know when she needs to potty but still needs
regular breaks. Bri is just a doll and really needs to find her furever family to share
her love with.

If interested in adopting, please apply:


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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