blue heeler


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blue heeler

blue heeler

n
(Animals) Austral and NZ a cattle dog that controls cattle by biting their heels. Also called: heeler
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Butch, a blue heeler, leads the way and then lays down next to the sidewalk on High Banks Road, once the duo has reached their spot.
Herding dogs such as the Australian Cattle Dog, also known as the Blue Heeler, or the Border Collie are strong, serious-minded dogs that thrive on hard work.
11, Hillary Walker of Brown Road said Miller was passing by in a buggy when he shot her blue heeler Sadi in the head.
Years ago, I had dinner with a friend whose blue heeler, Ranger, scratched at the door to go out--or come back in --literally every three minutes throughout the entire dinner.
The mini market is presented by Tasmania Performs in partnership with the APACA Conference, Blue Heeler Network and the Theatre Royal, with assistance from the Australia Council for the Arts and the Tasmanian Government through Arts Tasmania.
Author Cathy Luchetti's new book, Skidboot:The Smartest Dog in the World, is a tribute to Australian Blue Heeler, Skidboot, who became a sensation with his whimsical tricks, it was reported yesterday.
Although Peacemaker initially wanted to bring Bandit, his blue heeler cross, they decided to go straight to the river instead.
Tulsa who got busted filming love scenes with her lab and blue heeler,
ChrisRickardendedupin hospital gutted and bloodied after wading in to help his blue heeler cattle dog from the marauding Skippy.
The cattle are found wandering on the road herded by Socks a working blue heeler.
The blue heeler was roped to a fence outside Rapid Creek Market when two traffic wardens taped the ticket to the dog's lead.