Cattle Doodle: Blue Heeler Poodle Mix Guide
The Blue Heeler Poodle is a fascinating dog breed that is a mix between the Australian Cattle Dog (ACD) and Poodle. The Blue Heeler Poodle mix’s behavior and appearance depend on several factors depending on the genes that they inherit. We do that Poodle mix dog breeds have become extremely popular because of their hypoallergenic and nonshedding coats that tend to pass down to their offspring.
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You’ll never know for sure what type of offspring will come from this hybrid dog breed, but we will explore some of the possibilities of what your Blue Heeler Poodle will look like and act. In this guide, we’ll give you a complete overview of the Blue Heeler Poodle mix.
Blue Heeler Poodle Mix Origin
The Blue Heeler Poodle mix was bred by crossing the Australian Cattle Dog with the Poodle breed. This section will cover its parent breeds, which are the Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler) and the Poodle.
Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler)
Bred initially in Australia, this tough dog breed can withstand the harsh terrain of bushes. Blue Heelers are considered highly knowledgeable and great at herding livestock. If you want a hardworking dog with a strong will, the Australian Cattle dog is perfect for you. They thrive in the outdoors but if you live in the city, make sure you have enough space for them to run around.
Their bluish-gray fur has black and rust patches which form a beautiful pattern and give them the nickname Blue Heeler. They have a double coat that doesn’t grow so long, but it’s considered very thick when compared to the average dog breed. Even though they have a thick coat, they thrive in hot climates thanks to the insulation provided by their undercoat. Generally, the Australian Cattle dog is social and you can train them to be friendly to the people around you.