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Striving to keep our Cattle Dogs healthy in body and mind


Our KUSA breed standard conforms with most other ACD breed standards. My only reservation is that for a breed that works with its’ mouth, dentition is important. In my early days the standard stated a minimum number of teeth in upper and lower jaws and specified which teeth were allowed to be missing. Of course breeders know the importance of numbers, as good numbers would influence the all important scissor bite.

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Training Australian Cattle Dogs

Australian Cattle Dogs are highly intelligent and independent thinkers who tend to react to aggression with aggression.  A Cattle Dog needs to be trained or they will find their own things to do which may not please you. A positive

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Why the Working Dog?

Working dogs, and in this respect herding dogs are of significant value to a livestock producer.  Their value cannot be underestimated. Kelpies, Border Collies, Australian Cattle Dogs, Huntaways are all working hard for a pat and a bowl of food,

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