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Australian Cattle Dogs need food specially formulated to keep them fit and nourish their thick, all-weather coats. Learn more here.
The Australian Cattle dog is a medium sized dog, generally happy and healthy. Learn more about this breed and their particular health needs.
Australian Cattle Dogs need good training to make sure they don't herd other pets and humans. Learn how to keep your Heeler from nipping, biting, and herding.
The rough and tumble Australian Cattle Dog may not overtly show signs that they aren't feeling well. Learn what their coat may be telling you.
Blue Australian Cattle dogs are loyal and protective of both their family and property, possibly becoming aggressive if they think they are defending their "pack." Learn more about this breed here.
The Australian Shepherd is the perfect breed to have if you want a dog with low maintenance. They have a double coat that keeps them warm and needs very little trimming.
The border collie is apart of the working group that is born and bred herder. Not every dog is an ideal herder however, there are certain characteristics that experienced trainers look for, such as lively and alert.
Australian Shepherds make excellent watch dogs and companions. They were originally bred to heard livestock in the western United States, and are extremely intelligent and quick-thinking.
Australian Shepherds are excellent herding dogs that have a long lifespan. However, they are not exempt from common health issues that many other herding breeds are prone to. Learn more about these adorable dogs and their health needs here.
Australian Shepherds are active dogs that really benefit from agility training. Learn more here.
Australian Shepherds are active and intelligent dogs, making training from the outset all the more important. Learn how to train your Aussie.
A little extra calcium can help boost your dog's bone strength, especially if you usually made your dog's food at home. Follow this recipe.
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