Australian Cattle Dog

This famous Australian breed is a collie-dingo mix. Blue Heelers need exercise and something to do because of their coloring and habit of nipping cattle's heels to move them.

Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Staffies are known for their strong bodies and "smile." When well-trained and loved, the breed's macho appearance hides a sweet personality. They're gentle and protective around children and most dogs.


Surprise! Poodles can lead normal lives. They fit well in rough farm districts and apartment buildings. They get along with kids and other dogs because they don't shed and are hypoallergenic.

Jack Russell Terrier

Jack Russells are strong, smart, and fearless! Hunting dogs make great companions and can help lonely shepherds and cattlemen. They're comfortable around horses five times their size.

Labrador Retriever 

The lab is rarely accepted worldwide! These sturdy, loyal, and calm pups are everywhere in Australia. They love the country's outdoors and will hunt, swim, play, and retrieve! 


Independent, nose-to-the-ground Australians are beagles. Beagles are affectionate lap dogs and great hunters. As family dogs, they're gentle, mischievous, and adorable.

German Shepherd 

German Shepherds, stately and sometimes aloof, fit perfectly into Australia's rural lifestyle and make great family pets. They are smart, loyal, and fearsome to anyone they perceive as a threat.

Cavalier King

These little dogs, originally from Britain, are popular in Australia for their cute faces and coats and love of cuddling. They're often taken on hunting and birding trips by Aussies because they're good at flushing out small game.

Border Collie 

These pups are prized on Australian farms for their stamina, speed, and agility. They make fantastic urban, outback, and seaside search and rescue dogs. They're great watchdogs too!

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