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HallsHeeler’s Australian Cattle Dogs Puppy Update #20

Australian Cattle Dogs : HallsHeelers Puppy Update #20

24th May 2013

HallsHeeler’s Australian Cattle Dogs Puppy Update #20 taken on the 24th May 2013 at day 24 of life.

Maryheather Lady Dancer with her two Australian Cattle Dog puppies are growing and playing as they get older and cheekier day by day.

The puppies’ father is Pavesi Red Lord – a blue speckled Australian Cattle dog – the HallsHeeler foundation dog – who was purchased from Alan and Julie Park of the old and successful “Pavesi” stud just outside Sydney, NSW.

History & General Overview:

Australian Cattle Dogs are often referred to as “Blue Heelers”, “Queensland Heelers” or just “Heelers”. Australian Cattle Dogs originated in Australia thanks to the foresight of cattle magnate Thomas Hall around 1830 when he first developed a breed of cattle dog hardy enough for Australian conditions and yet great for working cows in the outback. HallsHeeler’s aim to breed original blue Australian Cattle Dogs true to their origins and purpose.

HallsHeeler’s Australian Cattle Dogs Puppy Update #19

Australian Cattle Dogs : HallsHeelers Puppy Update #19

23rd May 2013

HallsHeeler’s Australian Cattle Dogs Puppy Update #19 taken on the 23rd May 2013 at day 23 of life.

Maryheather Lady Dancer with her two Australian Cattle Dog puppies are growing and playing as they get older and cheekier day by day.

The puppies’ father is Pavesi Red Lord – a blue speckled Australian Cattle dog – the HallsHeeler foundation dog.

General Info:

Lady – from the “Maryheather” Australian Cattle Dog stud from Ballarat in Victoria is a very successful long running stud owned by Dan Murphy. Red – the HallsHeeler foundation dog – was purchased from Alan and Julie Park of the old and successful “Pavesi” Australian cattle dog stud just outside Sydney, NSW.

HallsHeeler’s Australian Cattle Dogs Puppy Update #04

Australian Cattle Dogs : HallsHeelers Puppy Update #04

6th May 2013

HallsHeeler’s Australian Cattle Dogs Puppy Update #04 taken on the 6th May 2013 at day 6 of life.

Maryheather Lady Dancer with her two Australian Cattle Dog puppies are growing and playing as they get older and cheekier day by day.

The puppies’ father is Pavesi Red Lord – a blue speckled Australian Cattle dog – the HallsHeeler foundation dog – who was purchased from Alan and Julie Park of the old and successful “Pavesi” stud just outside Sydney, NSW.

History & General Overview:

Australian Cattle Dogs are often referred to as “Blue Heelers”, “Queensland Heelers” or just “Heelers”. Australian Cattle Dogs originated in Australia thanks to the foresight of cattle magnate Thomas Hall around 1830 when he first developed a breed of cattle dog hardy enough for Australian conditions and yet great for working cows in the outback. HallsHeeler’s aim to breed original blue Australian Cattle Dogs true to their origins and purpose.

HallsHeeler’s Australian Cattle Dogs Puppy Update #03

Australian Cattle Dogs : HallsHeelers Puppy Update #03

3rd May 2013

HallsHeeler’s Australian Cattle Dogs Puppy Update #03 taken on the 3rd May 2013 at day 3 of life.

Maryheather Lady Dancer with her two Australian Cattle Dog puppies are growing dramatically in the whelping box.

The puppies’ father is Pavesi Red Lord – a blue speckled Australian Cattle dog – the HallsHeeler foundation dog – who was purchased from Alan and Julie Park of the old and successful “Pavesi” Australian cattle dog stud just outside Sydney, NSW.

History & General Overview:

Australian Cattle Dogs are often referred to as “Blue Heelers”, “Queensland Heelers” or just “Heelers”. Australian Cattle Dogs originated in Australia thanks to the foresight of cattle magnate Thomas Simpson Hall around 1830 when he first developed a breed of cattle dog hardy enough for Australian conditions and yet great for working stubborn cows in the outback. HallsHeeler’s aim to breed original blue Australian Cattle Dogs of great temperaments that are true to their breed standards, origins and purpose.

Photos:

Australian Cattle Dog Maryheather Lady Dancer and pups

Australian Cattle Dog Maryheather Lady Dancer with her new HallsHeeler pups

Halls Heeler Australian Cattle Dog pups

Halls Heeler Australian Cattle Dog two new pups

 

HallsHeeler’s Australian Cattle Dogs Puppy Update #02

Australian Cattle Dogs : HallsHeelers Puppy Update #02

2nd May 2013

HallsHeeler’s Australian Cattle Dogs Puppy Update #02 taken on the 2nd May 2013 at day 2 of life.

Maryheather Lady Dancer with her two Australian Cattle Dog puppies in their whelping box. Check out how cute they are! The puppies’ father is Pavesi Red Lord – a blue speckled Australian Cattle dog.

General Info:

The “Maryheather” Australian Cattle Dog stud from Ballarat in Victoria is a very successful long running stud owned by Dan Murphy. Red – the HallsHeeler foundation dog – was purchased from Alan and Julie Park of the old and successful “Pavesi” Australian cattle dog stud just outside Sydney, NSW.

Photos:

Australian Cattle Dog Maryheather Lady Dancer and pups

Australian Cattle Dog Maryheather Lady Dancer with her new HallsHeeler pups suckling.

Australian Cattle Dog Maryheather Lady Dancer and pups

Australian Cattle Dog Maryheather Lady Dancer with her new HallsHeeler pups suckling.