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Australian Shepherd
Rescue Page

Listings of purebred Aussies available for adoption

All the world's rescue dogs, one by one
All found a home, then there were none!

Dogs in the News...

  1. Vast majority of dogs hate being hugged and cuddling them causes stress: UBC study
  2. Heavy doody: Dogs produce massive backlog of waste in B.C. parks
  3. The World Is Full of Dogs Without Collars
  4. The Dogs That Don't Belong to Anyone
  5. Lucca, a Marine dog who lost her leg in Afghanistan, receives the Dickin Medal
  6. How Much Do You REALLY Spend on Your Dog?
  7. CBC weighs why we spend so much on pet health care
  8. Fecal transplants in puppies cure 93% of recurring diarrhea cases
  9. Estate planning: Is your dog or cat in the family will?
  10. Should 'shock collars' be banned in Canada? One group petitioning for just that
  11. Lots of Links to Older News --   RSS -- Help



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  • November 26, 2015 marked the 20th anniversary of this site.
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The goal of the Australian Shepherd Rescue Page is to help find great homes to adopt rescued Aussies. You'll find listings of available purebred Aussies that have been rescued by Aussie Rescue organizations, other rescue organizations and shelters, and private individuals. You will also find separate Aussie mix listings; dogs that are definitely not purebred, or may not be purebred, are listed there. These dogs are located throughout the USA and Canada.

You can browse through the listings, search, or use an index. The listings have been indexed in several different ways, including by the location of the dog.

If you want to list a dog, please read How To List An Aussie and About the Listings first!


There are many reasons why adopting a dog is a great idea! Please consider adopting an Aussie, volunteering to help, or making a donation to Aussie Rescue. If not for the efforts of volunteers and Aussie Rescue organizations, many of these dogs would be destroyed. Instead, wonderful homes are found for them where they can enrich the lives of their new families.

Progress is being made on upgrading the site so that listings for Border Collies and Border Collie mixes can be accepted.

The site has been operating continuously since October of 1996, and on leepfrog.com since late 2000. The rescue listings are possible thanks to the ongoing efforts of a great many Aussie Rescue volunteers.

This site probably holds the largest publicly accessible collection of Australian Shepherd photos, which currently stands at over 11,000 photos.

The site was last updated Wed Apr 27 15:30:49 2016 PDT
More than 10,262 dogs have been listed