Border Collie Blue Heeler Puppies
 
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Mother
Border Collie
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Mother
Border Collie
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Group Shot 1
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Group Shot 2
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Female Border
Collie Blue Heeler
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Male Border
Collie Blue Heeler
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Male Border
Collie Blue Heeler
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Male Border
Collie Blue Heeler
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Male Border
Collie Blue Heeler
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Male Border
Collie Blue Heeler
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Male Border
Collie Blue Heeler
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Male Border
Collie Blue Heeler
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Male Border
Collie Blue Heeler
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Female Border
Collie Blue Heeler
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Female Border
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Female Border
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Male Border
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Male Border
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Male Border
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Male Border
ollie Blue Heeler
Call Sami at 903-880-1112to adopt one of these
adorable puppies. They're 6 weeks old on Friday,
May, 20, 2005. They have been wormed.

As of November 12, 2006, we have a new litter of free
Border Collie Blue Heeler puppies.

The Australian Cattle Dog (ACD), also known as the Queensland Heeler, Blue Heeler, and Red Heeler, is a herding dog developed in Australia for handling cattle. It is a medium-sized dog with a lot of energy and an independent streak.

The Cattle Dog's coat comes in a variety of markings, sometimes quite striking. The basic coat colors are blue and red speckle. For dog owners whose interest is primarily in their qualification for dog shows, even markings are preferred over uneven markings, and large solid-color marks on the body are undesirable. For owners who are more interested in their dogs' performance in activities such as herding or dog sports, the breed's strong work ethic and intelligence are of more importance than the exact coat markings.

The mask is one of the most distinctive features of an Australian Cattle Dog blue heeler . This mask consists of a darker red patch over one or both eyes (for the red speckle coat color) or a black patch over one or both eyes (for the blue coat color). These are called, respectively, single mask and double mask. Australian Cattle Dog blue heeler s without a mask are called plain-faced. Any of these is correct according to the breed standard, and the only limitation is the owner's preference.

Red speckle coat color
A young Australian Cattle Dog blue heeler at the top of a dog agility A-frame.Many Australian Cattle Dogs have a stripe of white hair in the center of the forehead, usually 1/2 inch to 1 inch by 2 inches to 3 inches (about 2 cm by 7 cm) called the Bentley Mark. This is similar in appearance to the blaze markings sometimes found on horses. According to legend, a popular dog owned by Tom Bentley passed on this distinctive mark to all Australian Cattle Dogs.

A female Australian Cattle Dog should measure about 17 to 19 inches (43 to 48 cm) at the withers. A male Australian Cattle Dog should measure about 18 to 20 inches (46 to 51 cm) at the withers. An Australian Cattle Dog blue heeler is a well-muscled, compact dog with a short, dense coat and a naturally long tail. An Australian Cattle Dog blue heeler in good condition should weigh roughly 40 to 50 pounds (18 to 23 kg).

Some breeders dock Australian Cattle Dog blue heeler 's tails. This is a controversial practice and, in some countries, is illegal or is prohibited for dogs in the show ring.