LITTER DUE AUGUST 1ST
Please email at or through the contact form down below for more information regarding this litter. If you are interested in being put on the list for this litter or any future litters please fill out the puppy adoption form.
Our litters often have waiting lists, please contact us for announced litters or available dogs.
All litters are planned with the intention of keeping a puppy for ourselves. Always looking to the improvement of our lines, we do not breed simply to "supply demand".
Puppies and buyers are carefully screened for the perfect match. We look at selling a puppy as extending the Veritas family. The relationship between Veritas and buyers is just beginning when a puppy leaves our home. We are always there for our puppy owners to answer questions, share exciting happenings in their lives or just to chat. A guarantee with individualized written and signed contracts accompanies each puppy. If you are interested in a Veritas puppy please e mail or call! You will be contacted promptly, always.
All breeding stock is CAER cleared for eyes. Hips must be OFA good or excellent as well as genetic DNA health panels. We carefully select for health, conformation, temperament, work ethic, instinct and the versatility to be a family pet, show champion, herding or performance dog extraordinaire!
All pet quality puppies are sold on spay/neuter limited registration ONLY.
All breeding stock and litters are AKC/ASCA registered. We do not support the Mini/Toy "Australian" Shepherd.
Pet puppies are priced at $1200 regardless of color or sex.
On occasion we have show and competition dogs available internationally, including special opportunities for junior handlers. Pricing is by private treaty.
At Veritas, we believe all Aussies in a breeding program should be able to preform the task they were bred to do with ease, ability and instinct. All Aussies at Veritas show true work ethic on stock.
We keep Indian Runner Ducks and various breed Hair Sheep to work our Aussies. Puppies began at 6 weeks with exposure to the ducks, learning how to behave around live stock, when it is “OK” to herd and when it is not and learn basic herding commands/movements.