Are red tri Aussies rare? Red tri-colored Aussies are red and white Aussies with tan markings. Again, the markings tend to define the eyebrows, the sides of the face, and the legs. Like red bi-colored Aussies, they are a lot less common than black bi and tri-colored Aussies, but not as rare as all-red Aussies.
How much is a red tri Australian Shepherd? On average, you can expect to pay around $1,000. If you’ve seen any puppies advertised for $500 or less, this should raise red flags because there is a good chance that they come from a puppy mill of some kind — an industry that you do not want to support.
Do red tri Aussies shed? So the quick answer here is that yes, Aussies do indeed shed. In fact, they shed quite a bit. But it’s not unmanageable. You’ll want to stick to regular grooming routines in order to keep your Aussie’s fur off your furniture or your clothes.
What is a tri color Aussie? What makes an Australian Shepherd a tri color Aussie is the presence of copper patches on top of their base coat colors. The gene called agouti is what may cause the copper patches to appear on the Australian Shepherd’s coat, thus allowing them to possibly develop a tri-colored coat.