blue heeler


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blue heeler

Austral and NZ a cattle dog that controls cattle by biting their heels
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The Courier Mail quoted witness Ray McEvoy as saying: "I watched an elderly lady and her very faithful blue heeler roll up at the market.
The blue heeler puppy was killed at a party last weekend in Tuatapere, on South Island.
Hastily, I grabbed my clothes and hid in the shadow of the log as a vicious-looking blue heeler snuffled the undergrowth.
Our Shar-Pei is two years old and likes to play outside with our blue heeler and likes to roam our grove following interesting scents.
Smokey Joe, a mix of Blue Heeler, Aussie and Border Collie, from Winnett, MT, rescued his owner, a cattle rancher named Susan Stone, from an enraged cow.
The second dog, a hyper and loyal blue heeler named Bandit, which I desired after buying the farm.
The owner of the blue heeler runs a printing business, and had apparently left it alone in her office for 20 minutes to feed horses on her Mickleham farm, when it consumed the magnets.
She initially described the animal as brown and white and picked out a blue heeler, an Australian cattle dog, when shown a book with pictures of different dog breeds.
They needed a dog, so I went out with them one chilly night to look at a batch of blue heeler puppies.
You'll want to avoid pups from psycho dogs like the high-strong Blue Heeler I vaccinated for rabies last week.
Searchers found a gimpy but otherwise healthy Huckleberry, the blue heeler that belongs to 46-year-old David Anthony Durham, the man police believe to be Sunday night's shooter.
The court has heard Murdoch's dog, Jack, was a Dalmatian/blue heeler cross and Miss Lees told the court her attacker's dog looked like one called Tex, a blue heeler, which she saw at the Barrow Creek roadhouse after being rescued.