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Australian Shepherds are one of the most intelligent dog breeds in the world! They love using their brains to solve puzzle or mental tasks! Mental stimulation through interactive toys, puzzles is key to keeping your Aussie Shepherd happy.
Your Australian Shepherd loves solving puzzles, use a puzzle feeder or slow feeder bowl to help make their mealtimes more interactive. Eating slower can also help to reduce the risk of bloat. Slowing down mealtimes can also help your dog to feel fuller after each meal, so they are less likely to beg for extra snacks!
Australian Shepherds are prone to developing osteoarthritis as they get older, supplements can be used as part of an arthritis management plan, as well as to support overall joint health. Mobility aids such as ramps, carpet and stairs can help Australian Shepherds get in and out of cars and travel around the home better.
Australian Shepherds have a medium-length coat that is straight or mildly wavy with a high tendency to shed. Grooming your dog regularly with a deshedding brush or undercoat rake will prevent your clothes and house from being covered in their hair!
Keep your Australian Shepherd happy and healthy with daily walks or running. You can walk your Australian Shepherd on a lead and flat collar or use a harness if you need more control.
Give your Australian Shepherd puppy the best possible start in life with premium quality medium breed puppy food designed to support healthy bone and joint growth. Other essentials include puppy training pads, chew toys, crates, beds etc.
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