Honey Lake Mini Aussies Aussiedoodles

Breeding to improve the Miniature Australian Shepherd


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Mini Aussie puppies at honey lake mini aussies


Our Puppy Prices~$800-1500

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Our puppies are Registered with American Stock Dog Registry (ASDR) and sold with limited registration (as a Pet), unless otherwise stated and Breeding Rights paid in full. Our puppies come with their first shots at 6 weeks of age with Parvo Vaccine and then again at 8 weeks with DA2PP, they are de-wormed with Nemex (Strongid T) at 2,4,6 and 8 weeks of age along with their Mother. Our puppies are raised in our home and handled daily.

Puppy Food: 

We feed our puppies Iams puppy food when they develop their teeth, it is the kibble in the yellow bag, they are also started on Nutro Ultra Holistic Superfood which gives them an excellent beginning to a long and healthy life.

Puppy care:

We recommend that you have your puppy examined by your veterinarian as soon as possible. We will give you some guidelines for health care that is established for us by our veterinarian but realize that medicine is constantly changing and your veterinarian may suggest some variation from our protocols depending on where you live and what you intend to do with your dog in the future.

All of the puppies have been de-wormed for roundworms and hookworms every two weeks beginning at 14 days of age. Their mother is de-wormed at the same time.

We vaccinate for Distemper, Parvo virus, Adenovirus and Parainfluenza at approximately 8, 12 and 16 weeks of age and the first vaccine is administered at 6 weeks of age for the Parvo virus. It is best to also vaccinate for Bordatella, a contagious upper respiratory infection, during puppy-hood. In California, Rabies vaccine is required at 16 weeks of age. Additional vaccines, such as Leptospirosis, Lyme disease, Rattlesnake, etc., should be discussed with your veterinarian. Their use should be based on exposure and multiple types of vaccines should not be given together, especially in puppies. Vaccines cause a strong immune system stimulation and need to be evaluated carefully for each individual animal based on their life style and exposure risk.