Here's What You Need To Know:

  • Pet's Location : Clinton, South Carolina
  • Pet's Age : Puppy
  • Pet's Breed : australian Cattle Dog
  • Pet's Gender : Female
  • Pet's Size : medium
  • Pet good with other pets? : Yes
  • Pet good with kids? : Yes
  • Is the rescue able to transport the dog to owner's location? : No
Sex : Female
Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Red Heeler/Boxer
DOB: 5/11/2022
Adoption Fee: $150.00
What is your favorite season?
Mine is fall because people tend to spend more time outside doing the things I love such as Running, Hiking, Hunting, Playing Football or Fetch and of course my all time favorite of hiding in the leaves! That with all the fine food, treats and more family time in the cooler weather makes Fall, in my opinion, the best season of all.
Stay warmer With Me,
Billye, Love Bug, and Jonesy came in with their parents as owner surrenders. The owner is a policeman that wasn’t taking the time this breed needs to train them and give them exercise. They are all sweet but they need jobs! Cattle Dogs are work horses and thrive with having tasks to complete. They are good hiking buddies and need lots of exercise to keep from being bored and destructive. We haven’t tested the pups with cats yet, but we know the parents don’t like them. We hope experienced heeler/cattle dogs will see them for what they can be. They would love to live on a farm where they can run.
All our adoptable animals are spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, dewormed, UTD on age appropriate Vaccines & started on Flea Preventatives. Felines are also FIV/FELK tested. All Canines are started on Heartworm Preventatives and if 6 months or older they are tested for Heartworm Disease.
Reminder: We do not DNA test our animals since it is costly and takes several weeks. Breeds are determined by what their owner tells us, physical characteristics, traits and app scans. Nor will we ever say an animal is a purebred even if we suspect or told by the owner. Choosing an animal to adopt should be based on interacting with the animal and not by breed standards. The only definite way to determine any breed is by doing a DNA test.