The Stumpy Tail Cattle Dogs puppies for sale were recognized by the Australian National Kennel Club in 1988. The breed is a cross between a Dingo and a long haired black and white bob-tailed dog (Smithfield).
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Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog puppies for sale

The Stumpy Tail Cattle Dogs puppies for sale were recognized by the Australian National Kennel Club in 1988. The breed is a cross between a Dingo and a long haired black and white bob-tailed dog (Smithfield). Obviously the breed originated in Australia.
Bred to herd cattle, this is truly free-spirited dog. His life is best devoted to a loving master and herding cattle. This is what he was bred to do.

The statue of the breed is not large, generally standing 17-20 inches high and weighing 35-50 pounds. The back is level, slightly sloping at the rump. Forelegs should be perfectly straight when viewed from the front. Hind legs are broad, strong and muscular when viewed from the back. The neck is medium length and extremely strong and as is its chest. The head is balanced with its body and its eyes are medium sized and oval.
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