We have the puppies of australian heeler born in the end of the February. Please, find their pictures and pedigree on the page of the litter.
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Hello! We are breeders of Australian Cattle Dogs in Russia. We work in Altay region, which is situated in Siberia.
We are glad to introduce our dogs and tell about our life. We hope you will like our website and our dogs! If you have any questions, please, use our postbox on the page Contacts!
Australian Cattle Dogs are a breed
also refered to as: Heelers, Blue Heelers, Red Heelers, Queensland
Heelers, Queensland Blue Heelers and Queensland Red Heelers. The
Australian Cattle Dog is NOT the same thing as an Australian ShepherdAustralian Shepherd!
The breed was developed in the mid-to-late 1800's in Australia where the stockmen
were desperately in need of a dog that had the stamina to withstand the rigors
of the harsh conditions in their country. While there is great controversy
over the breeds actually used in the development of the ACD we know today,
some of the breeds reported to have been used are: the Native
Australian Dog (Dingo)Native
Australian Dog (Dingo), Smooth Haired Scotch Merle ColliesSmooth Haired Scotch Merle Collies (reported to be a cross between the Rough Haired Scotch Collie and the Blue Italian Greyhound), the DalmatianDalmatian, the Bull TerrierBull Terrier and the Australian KelpieAustralian Kelpie. All fanciers of the breed have their theories and all are as stubborn
as the breed in insisting that their theory is the correct one.
The Australian Cattle Dog is a relatively hearty, healthy and very active breed
that has an average lifespan of twelve to fifteen years. They are a medium
sized muscular dog that stands 17 to 20 inches (43 to 51 cm.) at the withers
(shoulders). Their weight range is variant around their general build but on
average falls between 30 and 50 pounds (14 to 23 kg). The Australian Cattle
Dog comes in two colors: Blue or Red.
You can find more information about breed on the other pages of our website!
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