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In shelter Dog

Williamstown, VT, 05679
Pet name:
Australian Shepherd
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Coat length:
Chloe is a two year old spayed female BC/Aussie mix.  She was surrendered locally after her owner found that Chloe could not handle the chaos of a busy neighborhood filled with children.  Chloe is energetic, friendly and well behaved.  She is ok with most dogs but, true to herding dog fashion, she can be melodramatic with greetings from overly enthusiastic dogs.  Chloe is ok with cats but does have some prey drive and might make some cats uncomfortable.  Chloe is crate trained, house trained and has nice manners.  She has some basic obedience and training under her belt.  Chloe is looking for a herding dog savvy home that can provide her with proper outlets for her herding drive and energy, ideally someone who has taken classes on dog training and behavior. She does have some resource guarding issues so would likely need an owner who can work with a positive trainer to help her be successful. 
She is good off leash and loves to hike.  

Chloe tested positive for heartworm. We use and recommend the "doxy/moxy" method of treatment (see link below). Chloe will come with any necessary meds.,

Adoption fee: $350
Weight: 40 lbs.
Birthday: 10/19


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