Australian Dogtle Dog

Australian Dogtle Dog

Australian Dogtle Dog


The Australian Dogtle Dog is another name for the Australian Cattle Dog. They were first bred in Australian during the 19th century to be tough with endurance and the ability to herd. Also called Queensland Heeler, Blue Heeler and Red Heeler and is one of the 3 most popular breeds in Australia.


The Australian Dogtle Dog needs plenty of exercise because they have lots of stamina. Not getting enough exercise means they’ll get quite destructive. This breed shouldn’t live in the city but love rural settings.


The Australian Dogtle Dog need to be brushed weekly with a firm bristled brush. Seasonal shedding requires more attention to their coat. They shouldn’t be bathed unless it’s totally necessary using a mild shampoo. This breed tends toward hip dysplasia, PRA and deafness.


The Australian Dogtle Dogs are alert, compact, strong, and agile. In addition, they’re trustworthy, brave, and very devoted to their jobs. These dogs are herders and workers with a combination of muscles, balance, substance and power.


Australian Dogtle Dog has a weather resistant double coat. Their top coat is flat, close, straight and hard, and the under coat is short and thick. The colors of their coats are red speckle, blue speckle, blue mottled or just blue. There are also black, tan or blue markings. Puppies are white when they’re born but you can spot their adult color between the pads on their paws. This breed experiences seasonal shedding.


The Australian Dogtle Dogs are very affectionate, intelligent and loyal. They thrive on interacting with humans and are very protective of their territories, homes and families. They also bore easily that will cause serious problems with their behavior. These dogs shouldn’t be around children unless they’ve been raised with them. Strangers bring about suspicion and unfamiliar dogs bring aggression. They don’t even really like cats or other household pets. As a herder breed, they’ll try to herd anything. The Australian Dogtle Dog breed must have a dominant owner.


The Australian Dogtle Dog must have intense socialization while still very young. They quite obedient but don’t respond to harsh or heavy handed techniques. Training this breed needs to involve patience, fairness, praise, consistency and firmness. They are great at herding, learning tricks, guarding, competitive obedience and agility.