The Australian Blue Heeler Cattle Dog
The Australian Blue Healer Cattle Dog was bred in the late 1800s from the blue-mottled Scotch Collie and Australian Dingo cross, through the Dalmatian and Black-and-Tan Kelpie. Stealth and courage made the dog unrivalled in mustering throughout Australia now the world, especially on rugged terrain. The dog is very quick to respond to instructions and will also form an un- surpassed relationship with his master.
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