Texas Heeler

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Breed Attributes

General

Breed group:     Type: Hybrid    Talent: ,

Physical

Size: Medium     Weight: Between 25-50 pounds.     Fur length: Short    Ears: Pointy    Fur type: Straight    Fur Color: 3 Colors, Black, Brown & White, Gray / Salt & Pepper

ATTRIBUTES

Life Expectancy: About 12-15 years.    Rarity: Common    Availability: Hard to find    Climate: Good for every climate.

Breed Details

General

Texas Heeler is a med-sized vigorous hybrid dogs. It is a mix between Australian Cattle dog and Australian Shepherd dog and as such it is called designer dogs.They can be found in the ranches as cow dogs.
As with all hybrid or designer dogs, the Texas Heeler can take after either of the parent or it can have a mix traits from both parents. To determine what is in store for hybrid dogs, it is best to look at characteristics of the parent breeds.

Color

Texas Heeler color varies like black, blue merle, or blue-ticked with white and or a light brown color.

Coat

Texas Heeler coats vary greatly from short haired and smooth to medium length. They are weather resistant. This hybrid dog belongs to an average shedder presumably on sex and geography.

Personality

The Texas Heeler dog is highly energetic, good for herding and watchdog for the home. They need regular strenuous exercise to set their mind daily. Boredom or lack of exercise can lead them to unsafe behavioral problems. They always excel in agility and herding trainings.

Care

They are easy-to-groom and do not need much attention. Bristle tip brush can be use regularly. Bathing can be done only when it is essential.

Training

This vigorous hybrid dog delights all the training that you can teach them. High impact exercise is highly important to maintain them physically and mentally fit.

Activity

Spending a lot of time in an activity like regular walking or jogging is required. Inadequate exercise for this breed results to torpor.

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