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Thread: Herding dogs (specifically Australian Cattledogs but it doesn't matter)

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    Herding dogs (specifically Australian Cattledogs but it doesn't matter)

    I have an Australian Cattledog (male) named Buck. He is a red-heeler. I love Australian Cattledogs. I practically live for them. If there are any other Australian Catlledog or any other herding breed lovers out there your more than welcome to e-mail me.

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    I have a Shetland Sheepdog. He is 4 years old and he is my baby. He is spoiled rotten but a great dog. His herding instinct can be a challenge. He must be leashed when we go outside because he chases and barks at cars. But we have an area of the yard which is a safe area for him to run and get plenty of exercise. We also have a cat who he enjoys playing with and "herding."

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