Entz Aussies have puppies!

Entz Aussies and Wood Crafts are the premier provider of quality Australian Shepherd dogs and stunning woodcraft. They have a long history of breeding these beautiful dogs and crafting exquisite wood pieces. Entz Aussies animals are bred for superior health, intelligence, and temperament. They make wonderful companions that are loyal, protective, and friendly with families and other pets.

Their wood crafts are carefully crafted from the finest woods available. Each piece is unique in its beauty and design.

Here at Entz Aussies, we ensure that our puppies are healthy and a joy to own. Our puppies are family reared so they will fit in beautifully with your family.

We have puppies for sale! Check out our website, follow our Facebook page Entz Aussie’s and Woodworking or call us at 308-750-2047. We’d love to chat with you!

Joyce Entz

Characteristics of the Australian Shepherd

The Australian Shepherd is a breed of herding dog from the United States. The name of the breed is technically a misnomer, as it was developed in California in the 19th century; the breed was unknown in Australia at the time.

They are very active yet easy-going dogs that love to romp with children and they tend to get along well with other pets. Australian shepherds have wonderful personalities and adapt well to families with children. They are not aggressive dogs and make ideal companions in an active household.

Joyce Entz, owner of Entz Aussies ensures that her puppies are never inbred, so they are unlikely to develop genetic illness. Their puppies come with a 2 year money-back health guarantee against serious genetic illness. They are personality tested and matched to each adoptive family so it’s a perfect match. She also sends regular pictures and videos to adoptee’s until they are picked up.

Entz Wood Crafts

I tell people that with my business woodworking, I just do what I learned in kindergarten! And that is I just cut and glue! It started when we purchased some land that had these 3 old barns sitting on it. And I said for 10 years someone should do something with that beautiful barn wood. My husband would have nothing to do with it, said he wasn’t going to tear down those barns board by board. Finally, I decided to do something and started peeling off boards and just selling boards on e-bay, then I started to make frames out of it.

One day a friend of mine called and she wanted to know if we had a bucket calf. We did! It was the end of calving season and the cows and calves had been turned out, and no one wanted to mess with this calf. So, for a trailer load of pallet wood, I traded for this calf. With the pallet wood I started making crosses, and one thing lead to another, where now I am making 3 D cutting boards, along with selling barn wood and along with making crosses!

I use my dogs to advertise my woodworking, and my woodworking to advertise my dogs! I love the creating part. To take a challenging pattern and make it work.

Joyce Entz

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