GhostEyeNorthCountryCowgrl@CoyoteCreek

Size: 16″17" (estimated) miniature

Weight: 40-45 lbs (estimated)

Colour: Blue Merle

Eyes: Left Eye; Blue

           Right Eye; Blue

Capri

Testing: Paw Prints Genetics Inc,

Full Australian Shepherd Panel

 

CEA: WT/WT

CD: WT/WT

CO: WT/WT

DM: WT/WT

HC: WT/WT

HUU: WT/WT

ICM: WT/WT

MDR1: WT/M

CMR1: WT/WT

CLN6: WT/WT

prcd-PRA: WT/WT

Orthopedic Foundation for Animals

 Preliminary Hips- NORMAL

Preliminary Elbows- NORMAL

Patellas- NORMAL

Capri is an insanely intuitive girl who loves with every piece of her heart. She is always giving us hugs, seriously, actual hugs. She doesn't realize that she isn't a tiny pup any more and still wants to be held and wrap her paws around your neck in a snuggle hug. She is a FAST learner, quite sensitive and very kind. She is always wanting to be touching you, there is no such thing as close enough with her. She did come to us in the beginning of Covid so she hasn't been as socialized as we would like but she is adapting quickly and because she is so eager to please, very easy to teach and train. She is fun loving and and enthusiastic about everything but especially being outside, so much so that it's sometimes difficult to talk her into coming back inside. She is excellent off leash and decent on leash, since she is young we still have tons to work on but we couldn't be more pleased with both her mental and physical growth progress.

 

We've named our girl Capri. A special thank you to Penny Packet of Packet Ranch Ghost Eye Mini Aussies in Saskatoon, SK. This little beauty is a half sister to Sawyer, who came also came to us from Penny. We absolutely LOVE our Packet Ranch Pups (Prairie came to us from there too!) We couldn't pass up on a chance to add another gorgeous pup from this wonderful line! Our new boy is going to have his paws full with all these lovely ladies! The future looks incredible.

 

*Capri is a carrier for MDR1 so potentially affected by specific drugs known to cause problems in dogs with this mutation. We treat all our dogs as though they are positive for MDR1 as we feel it is always better to be safe than sorry. To find out more visit our page explaining MDR1.

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