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Blue Heeler

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A blue heeler should be obtained from reputable kennels where the breeder guarantees the health of the dog. These dogs are of great stamina and endurance and are a picture of strength and agility and have intense watchful eyes. They are compact and symmetrical and should look well muscled, with a double coat. The undercoat is smooth, short and dense; the outer coat is hard, straight and weather-resistant. A blue heeler should be obtained from reputable kennels where the breeder guarantees the health of the dog.

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Blue Heeler

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This breed is also called Hall's Heeler, AuCaDoThe Australian Cattle Dog and belongs to the pastoral group being used for cattle-herding, as a companion, and seen in the show-ring. Australian Cattle Dogs will live up to 14 years of age. A blue heeler should be obtained from reputable kennels where the breeder guarantees the health of the dog.

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