It could be, but keep in mind Mini Aussie's are VERY active. You'd have to potty train and probably crate train soon, since you don't have a fenced in yard. But even if you did, you shouldn't leave a dog alone in a fenced in-closure for very long,and if any breed would be able to get out it'd be a aussie - miniature or regular sized. Additionally to physical needs, aussies need mental stimulation, such as a job to do. If you do decide you can provide all of this, make sure you get your puppy from a good breeder, who can tell you what to expect from your puppy. Also make sure to meet it's parents, since it'll probably get some behaviors from them. For example, if the dad's aggressive? Your puppy might be too. Please keep all this in mind, I'd hate for a puppy to find a home with you, only to be sent back to the breeder because you weren't prepared.
Answered by Anonymous - 7/17/2011 4:52:20 PM