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The outer coat is not coarse feeling but is rather smooth to the touch.
The hair is longer on the ruff, legs and rump and may be slightly wavy but never curly or kinky.They are not yappy like some of the miniature breeds and can easily and quickly be taught not to bark or to stop barking on command.One of the difference in the Miniature Australian Shepherd and other herding or working dogs is that it is quiet when herding and does not yap or bark at the animals.In some countries docking is prohibited so the dogs may be seen with natural tails that are still shorter than other Collie breeds.We have Miniature Australian Shepherd Puppies For Sale, please support our Miniature Australian Shepherd breeders!They have a medium length straight coat that can have a slight wave but never a curl.
The coat is double with a somewhat thick and coarse outer coat covering a soft, downy inner coat.
The topline is very straight from the withers to the hips.
The legs are straight and the feet are slightly arched with the back legs having a well defined stifle that gives the dog its ready to jump into action appearance.
In many areas the Miniature Australian Shepherd is still used as a working breed in competitions, and many people feel that the term miniature is a bit misleading as the smaller dogs are only miniature in size to the standard, and are not petite and tiny like other "miniature" breeds.
Just like the standard Australian Shepherd, the Miniature Australian Shepherd is a working dog.
They are typically a very easy going dog that loves to be with people and all types of animals, although they will naturally try to herd almost anything they see including children, people and other pets.