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Queensland Blue Heeler

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A Queensland blue heeler has very neat coloring and a rescue will use a photo of the dog to attract people. There also could have been other breeds participating in that crossbreeding, and could be: Dalmatian and Kelpie blood, which would have been introduced in 1840. The Australian Cattle Dog has the ability to nip at the heels of cattle without injuring it. A Queensland blue heeler has very neat coloring and a rescue will use a photo of the dog to attract people.

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Queensland Blue Heeler

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This breed of dogs belong to the group of Sheepdogs and Cattledogs. This breed is thought to be the result of crossbreeding of the now extinct Smithfield (closely related to the Old English Sheepdog), the Dingo, the Collie, and the Bull Terrier. A Queensland blue heeler has very neat coloring and a rescue will use a photo of the dog to attract people.

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