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The Australian cattle dog, is a sturdy, medium-sized herding dog developed in Australia. Its dense double-coat consists of a thick undercoat and a short, weather-resistant overcoat. The heeler is known as hard-working, intelligent, and loyal to its owner. Historically, these dogs were bred to work on farms as herders, and they still thrive when they have a job to do. Their fierce loyalty makes them even better workers. Even if you don’t work on a farm, you can put them to work they love, such as figuring out puzzles and retrieving toys.

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Trusted information that you can go to for the Australian Cattle Dog.


The OFA, working with the breed's parent club, recommends the following basic health screening tests for all breeding stock. Dogs meeting these basic health screening requirements will be issued Canine Health Information Center (CHIC) numbers.


The Australian Cattle Dog Club of America, Inc. is a non-profit organization functioning as the parent club for AKC registered Australian Cattle Dogs.


Is an online database of Australian Cattle Dog pedigrees by ACDCA.

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The AKC is the recognized and trusted expert in breed, health and training information for dogs.

UKC is an international dog registry celebrating bonds, rewarding ability, and preserving the value of a pedigree

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