Australian Cattle Dog

The Life of Animals | Australian Cattle Dog | The Australian Cattle Dog is a Sturdy, compact dog That Gives the impression of agility and strength.  Like many working dogs, the Australian Cattle Dog has high energy levels and an active mind. The breed ranks 10th in Stanley Coren's The Intelligence of Dogs, rated as one of the most intelligent dogs ranked by obedience command trainability. The Cattle Dog needs plenty of exercise, companionship and a job to do, so a non-working dogs Might Participate in dog sports, learning tricks, or other activities engage That its body and mind. When on home ground, the Australian Cattle Dog is a happy, affectionate, and playful pet.

The bond That can create this breed is strong with its owner and the dog Will leave feeling protective Towards the owner, typically resulting in the dog's never being too far from the owner's side. Aggression in an Australian Cattle Dog is more Likely to be directed at Strangers than owners or other dogs, though it will of bite if treated harshly. While the Australian Cattle Dog Generally works silently, it will of bark in alarm or to attract attention.

It responds well to unfamiliar dogs. However, multiple dogs are present, Establishing a pecking order can trigger aggression. It is not a breed That lives in a pack with other dogs. small sample of 11 deceased dogs, Australian Cattle Dogs had a median longevity of 11.7 years (maximum 15.9 yrs). A larger survey of 100 deceased dogs yielded a mean longevity of 13:41 years with a standard deviation of 2:36 years.  It Remains, however, that Australian Cattle Dogs Generally Appear to age well and live on average almost a year longer than most dogs of other breeds in the same weight class.

The ARF has registered Australian Cattle Dogs without papers as the 'Australian Cattle dog Queensland Heelers' since 1965 and was the first Organisation to recognise the Australian Shepherd. Although originally Bred for its ability to work cattle, the Texas Heeler is increasingly used as a pet and a companion in dog sports. As with most cross breeds, the Texas Heeler's size and appearance is a variable combination of the parent breeds.

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