Yeah I would love to! Hopefully we can!
Just got Zoey's mate! He was shipped in from Texas (poor puppy was in a crate the entire day), from these people who breed aussies for herding. The man who breeds them breeds them to be 'big boned' so this puppy is just a bit 'stalkier' then Zoey. But he's adorable I just love his markings! He is a blue Merle but doesn't have a lot of grey in him (his brother looked like a regular blue Merle, but we like him better) his face is looks brown. His mother is a beautiful Merle, I can't tell if she's red or blue, she looks like a brown Merle! 😂 the father and mother are both great looking standard aussies. The puppy (we named him Duke, ya know, from john Wayne? Huge john Wayne fans over here lol)
Is about 5 months old, sadly a bit older then we wanted but at least it's not like he's full grown 😆 a bit skittish but probably he just needs to settle in with his new surroundings. He loves Zoey's crate for some reason 😂
Here's a picture of Duke:
Here is him meeting Daisy (Daisy is not happy that we keep on getting other dogs 😂 she prefers to be an only dog, she gets jealous lol)
I hope you can too!
And wow he's handsome! And the color's pretty interesting too, especially if the mom is unique too, should maybe make some interesting puppies. And being a little bigger boned and from herding lines should be nice too; maybe with Zoey they can make a more medium build nice sized dog and with the herding background, the pups should be pretty versatile and able to do most things
Aww he loves her already
The age is a little unfortunate but Zoey's what, like 4 months old now? So that's not too much of a difference and by breeding age, it shouldn't matter much if at all
Poor Daisy! LOL