That's Bounce, right? How big is he? He always looks pretty small in pictures.Isn't he! And he's smarter and more biddable than he is attractive. Great all-around dog. I have been so fortunate to be able to coach him (and his handler) for a year now. They both just blow me out of the water.
Stop it, you're killing me! next puppy for me wont be until next year or beyond.Isn't he! And he's smarter and more biddable than he is attractive. Great all-around dog. I have been so fortunate to be able to coach him (and his handler) for a year now. They both just blow me out of the water.
This, they dont eat as much and gawd ... as much as Lincoln crashes into me I fear what they would be like if he were 60 lbs and 24" not 34 lbs and 18" LOLMAS are the only small breed I would currently consider. I haven't cared for them like I do Aussies, but I also have yet to truly meet a well bred one. They are currently so varied that finding a good breeder is absolutely key. I don't know anything about wigglebutt, but there is probably a reason they are the only one I have really heard about (and all positive). They are probably a lot like Aussies. Barky, prone to be reactive, bouncy etc. But Aussies are a whole lot of fun.. so I imagine MAS must be just as fun with less likelihood of knocking you over!
That dog is so gorgeous. Aaaaannnd now I want MAS from Wigglebutt too. It would be more financially practical to get a smaller one..
15" is a good size and its my size goal for my next potential MAS.No I just remember seeing his pictures on the breeder's website. I thought he was cute! 15" is a good size.
Once you meet a well bred one you will WANT! I wish you were closer, you could meet Lincoln, he would make you fall in love for sureI'm falling in love with Wigglebutts more and more, just have to wait a little while!