Miniature Australian Shepherd Question

Is it true that female aussie's are more demanding than males?


Is it true that female aussie's are more demanding than males?

    In Miniature Australian Shepherd - Asked by Anonymous - 7/23/2011 1:30:15 PM
I don’t think that is true at all. We have two males and three female Miniature Australian Shepherds and I wouldn’t say that any are more demanding than the others. We have a female that I think was weaned too young, she was a little more winey and clingy than the other but I don’t think that it had to do with sex.
    Answered by ourlittlebitranch@gmail.c - 8/1/2011 3:55:14 PM
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Most dogs are just like people, they have individual personalities. There are general differences between sexes, and fixing your pet will alter their attitudes a lot. A neutered male is generally more happy go lucky, and more eager to please. A female can tend to get more reserved with age. I'm not saying that females are not playful, happy pets, but, they do seem to have a bit more dignity about them then the male dog that is turning circles and doing flips for your attention. :) Above all, the best pet is a spayed or neutered pet. Most fights between dogs will happen between unaltered females, as in the dog pack make up, the females are incharge of the pecking order! My best advice is to choose your puppy based on it's individual personality and how best it fits in with your family, and then get the puppy spayed or neutered at the appropriate time!
    Answered by jgilje - 8/3/2011 4:28:14 PM
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We have several aussies and they all have their own personalities, male or female really doesn't seem to matter. The males that I have are both more aggressive to other dogs than the females but they are father and son too so it may be a family thing rather than gender
    Answered by Anonymous - 1/6/2012 2:22:24 PM


Personally, I think males are more nurturing to their humans, and females are more independent. But both male and female can be very demanding when it comes to getting attention from their humans.
    Answered by rocking2r - 1/24/2013 3:50:39 PM
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