Gin City Aussies

Australian Shepherds 

We Raise Aussies, Doodles, and Poodles

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Who We Are

We Love To Breed Dogs With Care They Need!

Gin City Aussies is in the southwest corner of Arkansas. We’ve been raising Australian Shepherds for over 10 years and were introduced to doodles a few years ago! We are multigenerational farmers that needed a good working, family, farm dog and after the first Aussie, we were HOOKED!  We raise all three sizes (toy, mini, and standard) and offer pups ranging from pet-only to working and AKC-registered pups. We do also have an occasional litter of Aussiedoodles also ranging in size. Still a smart, family dog with a bit less hair around the house! 

AKC Registered

Tested & Trained

Health Guarantee

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Currently Available Aussiedoodles

Currently Available Poodles

Currently Available Australian Shepherds

What People Say ABout Us!

Heather Lirette
Heather Lirette
2022-02-28
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It’s been almost a year that we’ve had our Koda. They where very informative and helpful during the adoption process. He is the son we never had 🤪 Very mild temped, never barks unless he’s not getting his way. He did so wonderful riding out Hurricane Ida and it’s aftermath. Loves cuddles, and totally has separation anxiety. I couldn’t ask for a better pup!! Highly recommend Gin city!
Penny LaPorte
Penny LaPorte
2021-12-07
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Jacquline was so caring and understanding when it came to answering all my questions I had about a pup I was interested in buying. After recently losing my little Archie to renal dysplasia, a dreadful kidney disease, I found myself wanting another pup not only for me but for my other Aussie, Sammi Jo as well. She was also loss after Archie passed away. I highly recommend Gin City Aussies if you are considering adding a new fur baby to your family. Although I have only had Frankie for one day, I can tell that he was well taken care of and loved from birth until yesterday when he was placed in my arms. The 3 1/2 hour drive to pick up Frankie was well worth the drive. Thanks again Jacquline.
Mandy Preisler
Mandy Preisler
2020-07-13
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We recently received our Aussiedoodle, Lincoln, who fit right into our family on day 1. We are so thrilled to have him & had such a fantastic experience with Jacqueline from my first inquiry to his transportation from Arkansas to Minnesota. We highly recommend Gin City Aussie’s!!
Caroline Nolan
Caroline Nolan
2020-05-31
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We love our little guy so much!! Gin City Aussies made the whole experience so exciting and kept us informed the whole way through! We couldn’t be happier!
Katie Smith
Katie Smith
2020-05-25
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We brought home our little Onyx yesterday and I couldn’t be happier with everything Gin City Aussies has done for us! Jacqueline was fantastic at answering questions and preparing us for a long ride back to Chicago. Highly recommend!
Harli Kilgore
Harli Kilgore
2020-03-26
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Highly recommend Gin City Aussies! Very helpful in helping finding the perfect Aussie 💗
Alicia Travis Reynolds
Alicia Travis Reynolds
2020-03-22
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I highly recommend buying from Gin City Aussies! Everyone involved has been so great! They answered all of my questions and were very accommodating. Mrs. Lisa is so sweet! I received a very happy and healthy aussiedoodle!
Gale Mills Lamb
Gale Mills Lamb
2019-11-20
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I reserved my pup at 6 weeks and picked her up at 8 weeks . Jaq answered all my question about food and shots. She contacted me 2 days later to see if the pup was doing ok. Great family. Fabulous pup. I would and have recommended her to any and all.
Steven Williams
Steven Williams
2019-08-15
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Such an amazing breed. Couldn’t have asked for a better pup. Thank you for making my daughter so happy with this ball of joy
Rick Cheryl Hightower
Rick Cheryl Hightower
2019-01-22
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Beautiful Aussies, great breeder, excellent to do business with!

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Frequently Asked Questions

This is somewhat if a trick question. All dogs (even pure poodles) shed. And all dogs will shed their puppy coat as they mature. But, in general F1 (first generation) may shed, some will be more than others but in general much less than the average fur coated dog. Australian Shepherds will shed, but with consistent brushing and grooming can be manageable.

Our deposits are $300-$500 and can be paid via PayPal, Facebook pay, or Walmart to Walmart. Our deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE after the puppy is over 2 weeks of age. Though it is non-refundable it can be transferred to a future litter.

We currently aren’t allowing visitors to our home. This is for the safety of our pets, our family and our home. We do however offer Video Chatting via Facebook or Facetime and plenty of pictures and videos of your pup! We also have multiple references and vet reference.

Puppies need to be at least 8 weeks old before leaving. On some occasions we will hold a puppy longer than 8 weeks if we feel they need longer with momma.

Our puppies come with a one year genetic health guarantee, health certificate completed by our vet, shot/deworming records, sample baggie of food.

We do not typically register our doodles as they are sold as PET ONLY with a spay/neuter contract.  We do have registered litters occasionally of doodles (CKC) or (Akc) Poodles or Australian Shepherds. Papers maybe available to select homes at an additional cost.

We do NOT guarantee eye color or coat. Though we may have a good idea at times there is no way to be totally sure at such a young age.

Though we do work very hard to socialize and start puppies on basic training and house breaking –at 3 weeks old we introduce a litter pan, then at 6 weeks we move them to the puppy room and start working in the doggy door– we do not guarantee training. A few reasons being they are babies that are still growing and will only be able to hold their bladder for so long and their attention the same. Also, the stress of leaving mom and siblings and put into a new environment can be very stressful and may take weeks to adjust.

House-training is all about schedule! First thing in the morning pick your puppy up and straight outside to potty. Come in, feed/water then right back out to potty. Anytime they wake up from a nap or stop playing and start sniffing around-you got it- straight outside to potty. 3 hours before bedtime pick-up food/water, then just before bed take puppy out one last time before lights out. If your puppy wakes up in the middle of the night, go straight outside, no fuss or excitement let them potty then back to bed. If you are crating at night, the first week will be that hardest! You HAVE TO LET THEM CRY. I know, its sad and loud but, they WILL adjust. Once they are quiet for more than about 2 hours if they   wake  take them outside (no fuss or excitement) then back in the crate until the morning. With this being said, keep in mind these are BABIES, so they may not be able to hold it all night for a few months, but if you stay consistent you will have a well trained pup.

Collar – first collar should be just a cheap adjustable nylon as puppies do grow quick and will get it dirty etc.

Leash- NEVER use a retractable leash. This can be very harmful to the dog and the people around along with teaching bad manners. They keep a constant pull on the collar which teaches your puppy the bad habit of pulling.

Harnesses- though not all harnesses are bad, sometimes they can be more harm than good. They can rub and cause matting or irritation on the skin, they can also be escaped much easier than a collar.

Crate- size wise for your puppy just ask what we recommend and we will do our best to pick the correct size

Bowls- food and water dish of your choice

Bed- Best to find a machine washable bed but don’t be surprised if they choose nice cool tile or hardwoods to lay in rather than a bed

Food- we raise our puppies on Diamond puppy food

Treats- we recommend waiting to buy/use treats for at least a month to allow your puppy to get settled, sometimes introducing treats in while transitioning can cause upset tummy

Toys- toys are very important! Be sure to get multiple toys with many textures and puzzle toys if possible as this will help with teething and boredom.

Comb/brush- a metal tooth comb will be the very best option and follow with a slicker brush.

Shampoo- regular baby shampoo does great

We feed Diamond Puppy food (purple bag) and it can be bought at Tractor Supply Company or Chewy.com. **NOTE** Please do NOT feed grain free food. Grain free food has been linked to causing heart, kidney, and liver issues often leading to premature death. Unless your dog is specifically allergic to grain please steer clear of it. If possible feed your puppy 3 times a day but if not at least once in the morning and again in the evening.

Combing your dog daily is best. Use a metal tooth comb to get all the way to the skin and comb outward. The more you comb the longer you can keep the coat. Bathing should be done no more than every other week as so you don’t dry out the puppies coat/skin. We begin to work on grooming with your puppy including nails, bath, blow dry and brushing and if continued your puppies first professional grooming should go quite smoothly. Grooming should be done (depending on coat type) every 4-6 weeks. With Australian Shepherds please do NOT shave their coat. They are a double coated breed and this can do damage to their coat.