Blue Heeler

Blue Heeler

The Blue Heeler dog is both versatile and clever and ranks highly as one of the top ten smartest dogs. Their intelligence makes them follow commands, obedient, and easy to train. The best part about them is that they don’t require much in the grooming department. They’re also very loyal to their owners.

  • Perfect for owners with an active lifestyle
  • Low maintenance breed, and easy to groom
  • Thrives best when given a job or task to do

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What is a Blue Heeler?

A Blue Heeler dog, also known as an Australian Cattle Dog or Cattle Dog. Sources have stated that the breed was developed in the 19th century in Australia. It originally came from England and bred with the Australian Dingo to create descendants of what we now know as the Blue Heeler. It was bred as a herding dog to herd cattle on farms and worked in the terrains of the outback.

How long does a Blue Heeler live?

The Blue Heeler lifespan ranges from 133 to 15 years of age.

Does a Blue Heeler shed?

Blue Heeler dogs are considered to be moderate-to-heavy shedders. Their shedding becomes more excessive during the spring and fall months.

Are Blue Heeler dogs hypoallergenic?

Australian cattle dogs aren’t hypoallergenic dogs. Because of their shedding, allergy sufferers can have an allergic reaction to this breed.

How much does a Blue Heeler weigh?

The Australian cattle dog weight differs between the genders. A male can weigh anywhere from 33 to 35 pounds, while a female can weigh somewhere in the range of 31 to 35 pounds.

How big does a Blue Heeler get?

The height of a Blue Heeler can also differ between the genders. A male can weigh somewhere between 18 and 20 inches (at the shoulder), while a female can range anywhere from 17 to 19 inches (at the shoulder).

Can a Blue Heeler be a family dog?

Yes, the Blue Heeler dog breed loves their families. They make good family dogs because they’re loyal, affectionate, and good with children, especially when they’re raised with them since puppyhood.

Are Blue Heeler dogs aggressive?

Because of their herding background, Blue Heeler Dogs tend to be aggressive. This causes them to be very protective, especially with other dogs and strangers.

When do Blue Heeler puppies get their color?

Australian cattle dog puppies get their color around four weeks old.

How much exercise does a Blue Heeler need?

Being naturally energetic, the Blue Heeler breed needs around two hours of daily exercise and activity.

Are Blue Heeler dogs smart?

The Australian Cattle Dog Blue Heeler is highly intelligent. He’s one of the top ten smartest dogs and ranks #10 on the list of the overall smartest dog breeds.

Can a Blue Heeler be a service dog?

There have two schools of thought as to if a Blue Heeler can be a service dog. One answer is yes, because of their friendly disposition, loyal nature, and high intelligence, they’d be a great candidate for one. Another train of thought is, that they might be too energetic to be a service animal.

Can a Blue Heeler live in an apartment?

It’s not recommended to have your Australian Cattle Dog in an apartment setting. This dog is full of energy and doesn’t do well in small spaces. If it were to live in one, it would need to be exercised daily.

How much do you feed a Blue Heeler puppy?

A Blue Heeler puppy should be eating different portions of food during puppydom for different stages of its life. For 8 weeks of life, it should consume 4 portions per day, and at 12 weeks old, it should have three portions, and at 6 months of age, it should be having two portions per day.

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