No dogs at this time available for adoption, but please check back on occasion to see what might be available.
Other ACDs in need of a new forever home
The dogs listed on this page are not from Agassiz Reg'd Kennels. These are dogs that have we have heard about or we have been contacted and have asked if we could assist in finding new forever homes for them.
In many cases we have not had the opportunity to assess the dog, or the dog may not be on site with us. Hence we do not take any responsibility for placing the dog and we are not to be held liable for any actions caused by someone taking one of these dogs and providing them with a new home. We also can not guarantee that the dogs are purebred, but simply assume that they are similar or close to being a purebred Australian Cattle Dog. However, by posting this information it does provide a good networking opportunity to help find homes for these dogs in need.
If you have never had an Australian Cattle Dog before and you are considering adopting a rescue dog, I highly advise that you speak with someone who is willing to be very honest with you and explain what the breed is like. Please don't hesitate to give us a call and we will chat with you and give you some advice about owning an ACD.
Dogs listed on this page are ones that are in need of a new home. If you think you might be interested in rescuing one of these dogs, please contact the the person directly.
Often you will find deaf dogs up for adoption, either because the breeder did not know about the inherited condition in the breed or just chose not to do the hearing test. Deaf dogs are very special and need a very loving and understanding home, just like any other dog. A deaf dog can lead a very normal life. There are many successful methods for training a deaf dog, but you must be willing to put the time and effort into them. It may be a challenge, but it can be very positive and very rewarding. Please read this recent article on an amazing deaf cattle dog, named Angelyne and her owner that over came the challenges and now teach others about how it's not about focusing on what you can't do, but what you can do! Angelyne's Article