It is believed that the Australian Cattle Dog is an intelligent, active, and solid canine breed. Australian colonists developed it to handle cattle herds on vast ranches; they're used to herd cattle.

Australian Cattle Dog

Australian Cattle Dogs are loyal and protective of their families, though wary of outsiders. Usually, it tries to connect with the people of its relation and stay away from the other.

The Australian Cattle Dog is a high-energy working dog and wants most of the time active and busy. Will get bored if its energy is not directed and will dig in the dustbin and garden for fun.

Australian Cattle Dogs are herd bred. They tend to bite even when playing, so the puppy stage should guide proper training, or it can be dangerous.

Males are between 18 and 20 inches tall, and females are 17-19 inches. They weigh between 30 and 50 pounds. They love having work to complete and being an integral part of family activities.

Apart from herding and herding work, they excel in canine sports like agility and obedience, rally flying disc, and flyball contests.

When buying a Cattle, please do not choose a puppy beating his companions or being frightened in a corner. Must meet the parents of Puppy and the qualities come from the parents in the child.

The weather-resistant outer coat of the Cattle Dog is short and straight; He has a dense undercoat and sheds his coat once or twice a year, but quickly, the undercoat turns into clumps.

Australian Cattle Dog puppies of work lines that have won awards can be as high as $5,000. They are challenging to handle and require increased physical and mental stimulation.