Virginia is for Aussie Lovers ❤ Max, a 3.5 year old black tri male Aussie from Virginia, is on referral.

Max is a 3.5 year old, 50lb, black tri male Aussie who was purchased from a breeder (the breeder is not requiring that he be returned to them).  Max is a great dog and very loving, but he’s also extremely high energy and his current owner is finding it difficult to keep up with him and her small children.  If you’re interested in him, click on his photo or the link below, to be redirected to the ARPH website for more information on him and how to start the adoption process.

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Callie is one lucky pup! She found her forever home.

Callie is currently living with her owners on the east end of Long Island. Those with an approved application will be referred to the owner. 

Click on the photo of Callie for more information. 

Please contact ARPH Rep Pat for further information. Her email address is:

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Courtesy Posting: Layla, a 9 yr. old female in VA

Click the link below Layla’s image to reach the ARPH in the Northeast “Courtesy Listing” page for more information.

You will need to copy/paste the email address from that page when contacting the representative.

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Casey has been adopted! Congrats to Casey and her new forever home!

Visit the ARPH website to see other available dogs.

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Become a volunteer!

ARPH relies on its volunteers to rescue Australian Shepherds. You can click on the picture for more information.

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Can you help Aussies by fostering?

Can you help us out by fostering?  The Aussies could really use your help.  Just fostering one dog a year can make a hug difference.  ARPH NEEDS YOU! MORE IMPORTANTLY THE AUSSIES NEED YOU!

We depend on Foster Homes to give us more information about the Aussie that they are temporarily caring for. These volunteers care for ARPH dogs in their own homes. They are often called upon to have dogs vetted, do some training and socializing of the dogs, and speak to potential adopters. They work hand in hand with the reps, as they are the ones who get to know the dogs the best. Their evaluation of a dog’s personality and temperament helps the rep place the dog in the most appropriate home. Some experience with training is very useful, but not required. Veterinary expenses are reimbursed; foster homes supply food and most importantly love to homeless Aussie.

Here’s a short article on what fostering is not

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Season’s Greetings!

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