Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog

The Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog was originated in Australia by the result of crossing between Australian Dingo dog and some European herding dogs. The breed has been used as herding dogs on farms throughout Australia. These dogs have small to medium size, sturdy frames, slightly longer than taller. The medium sized pricked ears are set wide apart on head and oval shaped eyes are medium in size. The muzzle is moderate in length with black nose. The neck is strong and deep muscular chest. Body is level and slopes at the rump. The legs are strong and powerful. The naturally bobtail is the most distinguished feature of this breed. The coat of this dog breed is short to medium with straight, dense and harsh hair.The dog comes in the height from 17 to 20 inches and weight between 35 to 50 pounds.

This breed is not recognized by AKC however ANKC and DRA recognize this dog breed.

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