Australian cattle dog is an artificially formed dog breed that originated in the 19th century in New South Wales (Australia) on the Thomas Hall farm. Initially,

The climate in Australia is difficult, and these characteristics helped the animals a lot. In 1870, Hall’s farm was auctioned along with unique dogs.

Ral terrier Australian healers have a compact, sturdy body adapted for a fairly long run. They are harmoniously built, indefatigable dogs with an intelligent, alert, warning look in front of strangers.

Dogs of this breed grow up to 43-48 cm (bitches) and 46-51 cm (males) cm at the withers, and are considered to be medium in size, weigh from 16 to 23 kg, live 12-15 years.

Depends on the full name reflected in the pedigree (puppy card), the sex of the animal. Choose a nickname that the dog can “read” on the lips, as healers are deaf in one or two ears.