Blue Heeler dog is also called “Australian cattle”. Blue Heeler Puppy was first bred in Australia for the purpose of herding cattle over long distances across rough terrain.
These are very lively and happy dogs and always interested to do some activity.
Australian cattle dog is a modern version and there was a predecessor for this breed that was introduced by Thomas Hall, an Englishman during 1840.
Blue Heeler Puppy Appearance:
Blue Heeler dog is a medium-sized dog with a short coat. It has a good muscular build with strong shoulders and muscles. It has a broad skull.
Blue heeler puppy has wider ears but the size is either small or medium. Its eyes are oval and dark and it looks always express its alertness.
Generally, the feet of this dog appears round and arched and it has bulky toes and nails. The Blue Heeler puppy has a long undocked tail.
Blue Heeler Colors
The Blue Heeler dog is mostly seen in coat colors like red, black, white, black and white with tan markings and blue. Another point to mention, the puppies usually look white while at birth and only after they grow over a period of time, they get their color.
Blue Heeler Size:
The average height of a male and female Blue Heeler dog ranges between 46-51 cm and 43-48 cm. The normal weight of a male and female dog of this breed is somewhere between 15 kg to 22 kg.
Blue Heeler Lifespan:
The average longevity of a Blue heeler dog is between 10 to 13 years. Highly healthy and happy dogs live for a couple or more years.
Blue Heeler Price:
There are many factors that determine the price of a Blue Heeler puppy such as the age of the dog, quality of the dog (health), its parentage, nature of breeder and the state of purchase.
However, the average price of a Blue Heeler puppy is $500 – $700 in the USA market.
Blue Heeler Temperament: