Australian Cattle Dog


An Australian cattle dog is a breed bred in Australia to breed cattle over long distances, especially on uneven, rough surfaces. In the 19th century in New South Wales, cattle breeder Thomas Hall shocked guard dogs, disappearing on his own. The variety was named Halls Heelers after its grower. After Halle’s death, the breed became available not only to his family members or partners, but also to other breeders. Two modern dog breeds were bred from it — the Australian Shepherd and the Australian Short-tailed Shepherd.

The breeding of Australian grazing dogs was greatly influenced by Robert Kaleski. He wrote the first standard of this breed.

The Australian Cattle breed in our kennel is not old, but has conquered our hearts for sure. This breed has excellent breeding properties and is perfect for shows. Our all dogs passed NHAT test and they are all multi dog shows winners.