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Australian Cattle Dog Temperament
Because these dogs were bred to herd, they are energetic and enthusiastic. They are loyal and loving protectors and need a lot of fresh air and exercise.



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Dog Breed Group Herding Dogs Origin of Breed Australia Life Expectancy 12 - 15 Years Color Blue, blue mottled or blue speckled with or without black, blue or tan markings on head.

Australian Cattle Dog Temperament
The Australian Cattle Dog is a very intelligent and highly trainable breed. He is a loyal and dedicated animal with a strong protective streak and a confident and strong willed personality.


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Originated in the 1800s, the Australians cross bred 3 dogs to get a Dingo type inspired dog called . This breed is famous for enabling farmers to maintain huge cattle herds.

Australian Cattle Dog
The Australian Cattle Dog is a hearty herding breed that requires regular exercise. This native of Germany makes a good family dog and is a loyal working dog that requires minimal grooming.
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The is a hardy and independent member of the Herding Group. This breed has a moderate build which helps balance the speed and agility needed to control cattle.

Australian Cattle Dog History
Australian George Elliott, by crossing native Dingoes with Collies and other herding dogs, developed the Australian Cattle Dog in 1840.

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Developed since 1840 to withstand the harsh terrain and climate of Queensland, Australia, the was since valued for its endurance, adaptability to changing weather conditions, ...

Australian Cattle Dog
Breed Type: Herding
Weight: 35 to 45 lbs
Height: 18 to 20 inches for Males, 17 to 19 inches for Females ...


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Australian Cattle Dog
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Australian Heeler Blue Heeler Red Heeler Hall's Heeler Queensland Heeler (nick Bluey, ACD, Cattledog) The Heeler)
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The Cattle Dog's coat comes in a variety of markings, sometimes quite striking. The basic coat colors are blue and red speckle.

Australian Cattle Dog
Blue Heeler, Red Heeler, Queensland Heeler
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Australian Cattle Dogs not only tolerate a high level of physical activity, they almost demand it.

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s are a working, herding dog that isn’t accustomed to living alone or spending its days in a small backyard. They are highly intelligent and full of energy, so they can become bored without a job to do.

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breed of medium-sized herding dog developed in Australia. It stands from 18 to 20 in. (45.7-50.8 cm) high at the shoulder and weighs about 33 lb (15 kg).

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Australian Cattle Dogs are the physical mirror of the Dingo, though with a slightly thicker body set, and with quiet and gentility bred in. The coat of the Heeler is ticked, meaning that the hairs are of different colors along each shaft of hair.

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FCI # 287, Origin: Australia, Group 1.2 Cattle Dogs (except Swiss Cattle Dogs).

Australian Cattle Dogs are very intelligent and eager to work and learn, making them very easy to train.

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The Australian Cattle Dog or the Blue Heeler is a kind of dog that is not suited to being alone in the backyard. With its being a hard worker and intelligent, it can be bored easily that may change its behavior and become a problem.

The is a superb worker that drives herds by nipping at the cattle's heels. The breed traces back to the now-extinct Black Bobtail, which has been described as large and rather clumsy.

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Size (Height/Weight)17-20 in/30-35 lbs OriginAustralia ColorBrown and Black PersonalityIntelligent and Faithful Ideal ParentsActive Singles & Families, ...

History
The was developed in Australia to work wild cattle. They are a cross between the Scottish Highland Collie, wild Australian Dingo, the Dalmatian, and the Australian Kelpie.

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Australian cattle dogs have some dalmatian heritage.
Australian shepherds and Australian cattle dogs might both bring the scenic land down under to mind, but they're in no way one and the same, with totally different physical appearances.

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The was originally bred to heel cattle in Australia's rough outback, but it's also an excellent all-around family dog.

Australian Cattle Dog
The Australian Cattle Dog is a tireless breed. Both physically and mentally strong, they need endless jobs to do or else they become jittery. A great work dog.
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Other Names - Australian Heeler, Hall's Heeler, Queensland Heeler, Blue Heeler, Australian Cattledog, Australischer Treibhund
Australian Shepherd Other Names - Australischer Schńferhund

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See also: See also: Cattle Dog, Kelpie, Bull Terrier, Australian Shepherd, Pinscher

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