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This is a guide about Blue Heeler mix photos. Mixed breed dogs often make wonderful family members.
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What type of blue heeler breed has no tail?
That is a question that use to leave be perplexed but I finally got accurate information. A true Blue Heeler (Australian Cattle Dog) is Blue, White and Brown in color (some may say Black instead of Blue) and they are born with a tail; some tails are cropped after birth.
Now for the a very similar breed of dog that is born without a tail and does not have any brown, only blue and white in color. This my friend is a Stumpy-Tailed Australian Cattle Dog.
Please see the picture of our precious Bear. He was a full-blooded Stumpy-Tailed Australian Cattle. Only
Blue and White in color, born with NO tail and although this photo looks like he has green eyes, they were actually a beautiful, very deep brown. A very intelligent, laid-back loving little guy. Unfortunately, we lost him at only 6 months old. He was ran over by our neighbor when he wandered out into the road and we had to have him put to sleep his injuries were so bad. I still won't speak to the neighbor that hit him and then just took off to let him suffer!
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Buster is 7 months old and a Blue heeler. We rescued him from a poor home. He likes to drag Tia, his dog pal, around by the tail. When a baby, we would open the fridge. He liked to sit on lower ledge to be cool, as it shows in picture.
By Catherione from Mt Vernon, WA
Tool is a 3 year old Blue Heeler. We got Tool as a puppy, and he could always be found sleeping in or on a tool box!
Buddy Buddy is a 2 year old Blue Heeler. I got Buddy Buddy this past June from a friend that rescued him in another town. She needed to find a good home for him and she thought of us, because our number one Buddy came up missing 10/26/11 and has never come home. Buddy Buddy likes to nip cause he's an Australian cattle dog and that's what they do when they are herding cows. Another thing he likes to do is chew on a plastic soda bottles.
By Pam from Bruceton Mills, WV
Blue is 18 months old and a Blue Heeler. We got Blue from an ad in the paper. Blue loves to be petted and spend time with his family, (mostly me). He is still a puppy, so he chews a lot. He is very sweet-natured, and good with children. He is also good about barking when someone drives up; but he WILL insist on howling when he hears a siren in the distance.
Jasper is four months old and is a Blue Heeler. Jasper likes to spend time 'fussing' with Dakota "other heeler" or playing in their 'kiddy pool'.
By Chris O. from Foreston, MN