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Tiger Mottled And Chocolate Heelers


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No Idea about the Tiger mottled ones, but I've came across a few "Chocolate heelers" and to me they look like they've had kelpie bred into them. I know one litter was being advertised here, Mum was a "chocolate", Dad was a bluey, pups were a mix. The Mum definitely had a thinner, bigger eared dog in her.

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Googled it. This website goes through colours including what they are calling chocolate. http://rightwayranch.../heeler-colors/ . Be aware before you go there they also breed standard, minitaure and toy heelers. :eek:

Oh dear.

Apparently their toy and mini varieties have very "pacific" uses. Something to do with the ocean maybe? :laugh:

Poor Atlantic never gets a mention.

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Googled it. This website goes through colours including what they are calling chocolate. http://rightwayranch.../heeler-colors/ . Be aware before you go there they also breed standard, minitaure and toy heelers. :eek:

Oh dear.

Apparently their toy and mini varieties have very "pacific" uses. Something to do with the ocean maybe? :laugh:

Poor Atlantic never gets a mention.

Too true. Maybe they're not suitable to purchase for those on America's eastern seaboard?

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Googled it. This website goes through colours including what they are calling chocolate. http://rightwayranch.../heeler-colors/ . Be aware before you go there they also breed standard, minitaure and toy heelers. :eek:

Oh dear.

Apparently their toy and mini varieties have very "pacific" uses. Something to do with the ocean maybe? :laugh:

But not very "comon" :laugh:

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Googled it. This website goes through colours including what they are calling chocolate. http://rightwayranch.../heeler-colors/ . Be aware before you go there they also breed standard, minitaure and toy heelers. :eek:

Oh dear.

Apparently their toy and mini varieties have very "pacific" uses. Something to do with the ocean maybe? :laugh:

But not very "comon" :laugh:

Yes, unlike the "triditional abrun/red" and blues

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Googled it. This website goes through colours including what they are calling chocolate. http://rightwayranch.wordpress.com/heeler-colors/ . Be aware before you go there they also breed standard, minitaure and toy heelers. :eek:

Wow.. what an idiot. Her dogs look all over the place (which I guess is to be expected if you've been crossing in other things) and pretty damn ugly. Why do some people feel the need to do that to some breeds? Take a perfectly good, working dog and breed versions of it that are entirely useless (unless you have toy breed cows to move, I guess).

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OMFG, I've never seen a bigger load of crap delivered about the ACD...

FFS there are 2, I repeat 2, colours in the PUREBRED ACD, red and blue... Yes different shades of both colours, but they come under the same colour, red or blue... Thats all there is, no purple, chocolate, auburn or tiger coloured etc, etc... They are just a bunch of crossbred mutts, thats all, don't even look like ACD's, as far as I'm concerned... Bastardisation of a wonderful breed :cry:...

Don't even get me started on toys or minis, :mad:mad:mad

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Yep. I'm sold.

Thinking about ordering a mini. It has to be one of the "shinny pastal purpul" ones with gold eyes though.

I might order some goats while I'm at it. Thinking that a few of the small "boar" x dairy goats would be perfect. Would give the mixed breed mini cattle dogs their pacific purpose to herd my special new variety of livestock that give milk like a dairy goat and meat like a........a........pig?

:rofl:

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Googled it. This website goes through colours including what they are calling chocolate. http://rightwayranch.../heeler-colors/ . Be aware before you go there they also breed standard, minitaure and toy heelers. :eek:

Oh dear.

Apparently their toy and mini varieties have very "pacific" uses. Something to do with the ocean maybe? :laugh:

Poor Atlantic never gets a mention.

:rofl:

If anyone reading this feels a desire to get a miniature cattle dog. let me just say that I fostered 3 puppies that looked like miniature versions of a cattle dog (most likely some sort of terrier cattle dog mix) so if you want a 'miniature cattle dog' look for one in Rescue, they are out there :)

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