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Australian Cattle Dog

Australian Cattle Dog

The Australian Cattle Dog, also known as the Australian Heeler, Hall's Heeler, Queensland Heeler and the Blue Heeler, is a sturdy, compact working dog, well-muscled, powerful, yet very agile. The body is a bit longer than high with a slightly curved tail reaching approximately to the hock. The front legs should be perfectly straight when viewed from the front. The head is broad and slightly rounded between the widely set, moderately pointed pricked ears. The oval eyes are dark brown. The teeth should meet in a scissors bite. The weather-resistant double coat consists of a short dense undercoat and a short straight outer coat. It comes in blue or red speckled. The blue speckled is with or without black, blue or tan markings on the head with tan points. Black markings on the body are not desirable. The red speckle variety should be evenly speckled all over, but may have darker markings on the head. ... 

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Cat Breed

La Perm

La Perm

Country of Origin: United States Original Name: Dalles La Perm With or without hair! In 1982 in an orchard in The Dalles, Oregon, a cat owned by Linda Koehl had a litter of six kittens, including a female named Curly, Curly was born hairless; two months later she had a curly, silky coat. For five years, Koehl raised many other curly-coated cats who are the ancestors of the Dalles La Perm breed, the result of a spontaneous mutation by a dominant gene. T.I.C.A. recognized the breed and published a standard in 1996. Characteristics This extraverted, curious farm cat is an excellent hunter and good companion. It has a soft voice. ... 

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