Hilary Lewis describes Australian Cattle Dogs as loyal, tenacious, intelligent, independent, active, hard working, protective, courageous, possessive, suspicious of strangers, aloof, stubborn, and as having a dominate personality streak.
Australian Cattle dogs are great, but before you decide to adopt one you need to know what to expect. They are not easy dogs. Without proper training, an Australian Cattle Dog can wreak havoc in your life.
If you are considering adopting an Australian Cattle Dog, I highly recommend this book.
I have an Australian Cattle Dog, so I was laughing and shacking my head the whole time I was reading it.
Norton has been trying to hide toys from his brothers by putting them in his bed. I am afraid, Norton has become a toy hoarder.
Last night, Ben was sitting in the backyard and watching the neighbors firework show. I’ve never seen a dog do something like that. Ben is one strange dog, but we still love him.
I know you enjoy playing with worms. However, I do not appreciate finding worms in my bedroom. From now on, please leave your worms in the yard.
Joey is a ten year old Labrador/Great Pyrenees mix. He is still a spunky dog; however, his spunkiness doesn’t last as long as it once did.
Buddy is a three year old Beagle/Rottweiler mix. He is energetic, friendly, and loves to play.
There is a huge age difference between these guys, but when it comes to doggy friendships, age doesn’t matter.
When Blue is in the back of the yard, he blends in with the fence. It’s kinda of like he has fence camouflage.