The Australian Cattle Dog is a greatly intelligent, active, and tough dog breed. Created by Australian pioneers to handle crowds of steers on sweeping farms’, despite everything he utilized today as a grouping dog. He flourishes with having a vocation to do and on being a piece of all family exercises. He is loyal and protective of his family, though wary of outsiders. Besides herding work, the Australian Cattle dog does well at canine sports, including agility, obedience, rally, flyball, and flying disc competitions
The Australian Cattle Dog is a high-vitality working puppy. He is not a love couch potato — we repeat: he is not a lounge couch potato. He needs to be active and occupied more often than not. His vitality must be coordinated, or he’ll get to be exhausted and will depend on exciting himself, for the most part by accomplishing something you consider underhanded, such as diving in the rubbish or uncovering your flower garden.
The Australian Cattle Dog is additionally profoundly committed to his owner and family. He for the most part appends himself intently to one individual and bonds less intimately with others. He’s frequently called a “Velcro” puppy since he appends so solidly; he jumps at the chance to be in close physical contact with his picked individual constantly.