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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Coleman Proctor was named header of the year, and his partner Jake Long as heeler of the year.
Belle's on-the-go heeler personality shines through, as does Buster's lackadaisical Labrador retriever attitude.
Working in the rainforest with my red heeler cattle dog, we don't see people for days - sometimes only cows, horses and snakes.
Tulsa who got busted filming love scenes with her lab and blue heeler,
In team roping you have two cowboys--a header and a heeler.
According to a release from the Hall of Fame, a four-year team-roping partnership with Allen Bach produced two world championship gold buckles, the first all alone in 1993 and the second shared with Back in 1995--when the rules were changed to account for crowning a world champion header and heeler instead of just one award for the highest-earning team roper.
Clinton campaign allies sued and lost on the matter, and the former President sounded like a Chicago ward heeler as he told reporters about the Obama campaign's voter-intimidation tactics.
1 -- color) Jim Safford and his 11-year-old heeler cross, Karch, give a Frisbee demonstration Tuesday at a news conference for the Bark at the Park event at Lancaster City Park.
Orthopaedic footwear specialist Tony Andrews has used 40 years' professional experience to create a new product called the Original Copper Heeler, a lightweight, ultra-thin copper insole, which is moulded to the shape of the foot and comes in five sizes.
Richard Bove, managing director of investment bank Heeler and Arnett, believes WaMu got burned trying to continue making money off its hedge.
The cattle dogs include the Welsh corgi, bouviers of Flanders, and the Queensland blue heeler or Australian heeler.
He says that Labrador retrievers learn the fastest, but he has also trained German shepherds and a Queensland heeler (an Australian cattle dog).