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Sax Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler Colorado Springs, CO

  • Young
  • Male
  • Medium
  • Brown / Chocolate, Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn, Brindle


Friendly, Affectionate, Loyal, Gentle, Playful, Brave, Curious, Funny, Couch potato, Loves kisses, Loves Kisses, Loves Kisses, Dignified
Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, cats, children.

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Meet Sax

Meet Sax, Your Very Own Couch Companion! Sax is the epitome of laid-back charm and sweet snuggles! Sax loves nothing more than being cradled like a precious bundle of joy. Affectionately known as the "Couch Potato," Sax's favorite pastime is lounging on the couch or curling up in your lap for a cozy nap. With his mellow demeanor and gentle nature, Sax is guaranteed to bring warmth and comfort to your home. This lovable Cattle dog mix is as friendly as they come, showing endless love and affection to everyone he meets. While he may be curious about the cat, Sax is not aggressive and gets along well with furry friends of all kinds. His adoration for kids knows no bounds, and he's always up for playtime and cuddles. Sax adores the snow and enjoys frolicking in the yard, making the most of every outdoor adventure. Sax is the perfect pal for snuggling on the couch or joining you for leisurely walks around the neighborhood. He's almost housebroken and has mastered using the dog door like a pro. While he's still perfecting his sitting skills, Sax's eagerness to learn and gentle disposition make him a delightful companion. With Sax by your side, every day is filled with love, laughter, and cherished moments. Don't miss out on the opportunity to welcome this cuddly couch connoisseur into your heart and home!

In the pictures above, Sax is the lighter color puppy. He and his sisters are currently 7 months old.

As always, there are pros and cons associated with adopting a shelter puppy. Here are the pros and cons of adopting Little Sax

Sax is the little guy of the litter so he's probably going to be smaller than his sisters. Maybe the small side of medium.

Sax has dark eyes and dark rings around his eyes, his eyeliner game is FIRE. He also has some brindle coloring coming out on his back (see picture above). Mom was brindle so that makes sense.

Sax has personality!! He knows when to run to his humans for comfort, laughing at his sisters who aren't getting all of the attention. As I type this, he is literally sitting in my son's lap on the couch watching them wish they were him.

Sax has short hair. Short hair means less hair on your floors, clothing, bedding, furniture, counters, walls, ceiling fans, etc. Less hair is good.

Sax is young enough that you can change his name to whatever you want, and he won't care. He still comes to whatever you call her as long as you say it like you're a super excited 6-year-old girl.

Sax is very friendly and happy, which is contagious so everyone in your house will also be uncontrollably happy when he's around.

Sax will grow up to be a medium sized dog so your dog food bill will be reasonable compared to feeding that pony your kids want for Christmas.

We really have no idea what his pedigree is. For all we know, he may be part hyena.

Your neighbors will be super jealous that you adopted such an adorable little pupper. This may also be a "pro" depending upon the relationship you have with your neighbors.

I will have to hand Sax over to a new family :(

If you think Sax might be the perfect pup for you, reach out to schedule a meet and greet but don't wait, he won't be available for too long!

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