Recommended Aussie Resources
The Australian Shepherd Club of America. Established as the parent club for the breed in 1957. The Foundation’s purposes include, but are not limited to, granting educational scholarships and promoting the health and welfare of the Australian Shepherd dog. Information on competitive programs, events and results,
Hartnagle's Las Rocosa Australian Shepherds.
Located in Colorado.
This site showcases the history of the Aussie, along with an abundance of helpful and educational resources including books, videos, training information and breeding information.
Aussie Info. This website has been created by ASCA members to offer facts, based on historical references and knowledgeable opinion, which support the ASCA Stock Dog Committee's development of a Working Description of the Australian Shepherd.
The Australian Shepherd Club of Montana (ASC of MT) is an affiliate of the Australian Shepherd Club of America (ASCA). In addition to promoting the objectives of ASCA to maintain and improve the breed, we strive to offer venues for Australian Shepherd owners (as well as other dog owners) to compete for ASCA titles in ASCA sanctioned events including Obedience, Rally, Conformation, Tracking, Agility, and Herding.
Australian Shepherd Health & Genetics Institute. ASHGI is dedicated to the increase and diffusion of knowledge of genetics in the Australian Shepherd, and the inherited diseases from which it sometimes suffers. They have over 150 pages of health and genetics information. Articles and over 50 downloadable health handouts.
Lobo Working Aussie Club
Located in New Mexico.
Working stockdogs on cattle, sheep, goats ducks, and geese is the focus of this club. The club will host instinct tests, clinics and trials under the rules and regulations of the Australian Shepherd Club of America, Inc. (ASCA ®)
Located in Colorado.
The primary objective of HPASC and ASCA is to protect and advance the Australian Shepherd breed, while we strive to offer venues for Australian Shepherd owners (as well as other dog owners) to compete for ASCA titles in ASCA sanctioned events including Obedience, Conformation, Tracking, Agility, and Stockdog events.