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Rescue Me ID: 16-06-02-00689Ry (male)

Australian Cattle Dog Mix    Age: Young Puppy


    
 Adoption Fee: $80.00 Animal Location:

DeKalb County Animal Adoption Center
4994 County Rd 141
DeKalb County Ider, AL 35981 MAP IT!

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friendsofdcaac@gmail.com Shelter# 2563040474

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Urgent: This animal could be euthanized if not adopted soon.


Rescue Me ID: 16-05-24-00530Ali (female)

Australian Cattle Dog Mix    Age: Puppy


    
 Adoption Fee: $80.00 Animal Location:

DeKalb County Animal Adoption Center
4994 County Rd 141
DeKalb County Ider, AL 35981 MAP IT!

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friendsofdcaac@gmail.com Shelter# 2563040474

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Rescue Me ID: 16-05-21-00465Millie (female)

Australian Cattle Dog    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Cats, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Needs to be Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Millie has had all her shots and is a very sweet female dog. She need to be spayed. Please only serious inquiries. She is a very sweet loving dog who needs a special loving forever home.

 Adoption Fee: $300.00 Animal Location:

Elmore County Russellville, AL MAP IT!

Contact:
Lisa Thorne 256-332-3169

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Rescue Me ID: 16-05-20-005366 puppies (male)

Australian Cattle Dog Mix    Age: Young Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Needs to be Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    some are grey and white some are black and white blue eyes 9 weeks will be ready for adoption May 28, 2016 for more inf contact Melissa 256-919-7290 or melissautech@yahoo.com

     Animal Location:

Safe Haven No-Kill Pet Rescue
Jackson County Scottsboro, AL MAP IT!

Contact:
256-281-8007

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Animal ID: 0967Simon (male)

Australian Cattle Dog Mix    Age: Young Adult

Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Simon was part of a hoarding case. He is not well socialized and can be timid around people, but will accept treats and pets. Simon needs a special person to work with him.

     Animal Location:

Friends of Marshall County Animals
Marshall County Albertville, AL MAP IT!

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256-505-7730

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Animal ID: OSC 35Victoria (female)

Australian Cattle Dog Mix    Age: Young Adult

Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    This is a courtesy post. Please contact Jeanette at 256-486-4860 for more information. Victoria is an exquisite girl!!! She is almost 2 years old. She is UTD on shots, spayed, and ready to go home with you! She is house-trained and crate-trained, although she would prefer to be an outside girl with a huge fenced yard to romp in. She likes most dogs, but not all dogs. She is not a snuggly girl, but she adores taking treats out of your hand. She walks well on a leash too.

     Animal Location:

Friends of Marshall County Animals
Marshall County Albertville, AL MAP IT!

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256-505-7730

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Rescue Me ID: 16-01-06-00206Sissy (female)

Australian Cattle Dog    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Not Good with Other Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Very Dominant 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Sissy is a miniature red heeler, found scronging for food in early Oct, 2015. Search for owner failed. Took her to a Petsmart vet, hoping she was microchipped, she isn't. Vet said she is appx 1 to 2 yrs old, spayed, HW negative. She got a rabies vaccine, and is on HW preventitive. She weighs 21 pounds & is very active---loves her daily walks or runs. She's affectionate, beautiful, deserves a loving home w someone w some dog skills. Sissy was apparently never socialized, as she does not like other dogs, especiallynot big dogs. I have 2 male, neutered pitbulls from a local shelter, one is 86lbs, the other is 55lbs. They are dog friendly, but ... (Read More)Sissy is not. After a couple wks of walking all 3 together (w 2 people), sissy accepted the 55-pounder as part of her pack--no trouble with those 2. The bigger one, however, she acts aggressive towards and I've had to keep them separated at all times, even tho they've had a lot of supervised walks/together time. Sissy pushed open a door I thought was closed and rushed the big boy, latching onto a hind leg before I could get to them. She bit him twice and he doesnt like her anymore. Ive been trying to find a good home for her, w/out luck. My big dog is more stressed by having her in the house than I knew: last night I had to walk Sissy 1st, then walk the boys (due to no one to assist). When me & the 2 boys crossed paths w a couple walking a small fog, my big boy got excited and lunged at my smaller boy, twice! I managed to stay between them, but it was scarey. My big boy has never acted like this--the 2 boys have been together, w me, since 2010. It isnt Sissy's fault thay she wasn't raised properly, and she deserves a loving home where she can have a job, or be active. She is really very loving, aside from her dog issues. I realized last night I no longer have the luxury of keeping her much longer. My fear is that if I take her to a shelter she will never come out. I will continue trying to post a photo, but can email some if you'd care to see her. Sissy & I are in serious need of help. Thanks in advance. Mo Roberts p.s. we're in south Alabama, but I will get her to any good home, anywhere. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $25 Animal Location:

Mobile County Mobile, AL MAP IT!

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Monetta Roberts 2516041583

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Rescue Me ID: 14-01-04-00245Bandit (male)

Australian Cattle Dog Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Needs to be Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    So they call me Bandit and if you aren't careful I just might steal your heart. All kidding aside I am an adorable 2 year old mix just waiting for my fur-ever home. I think Doug and Wanda are pretty neat for keeping us all fed and cared for but I am really wanting a home of my own. Can I steal a piece of your heart and maybe a spot on your couch? I am a medium sized boy, neuter pending potential adoption, up to date on all my shots, and look like I could have some Australian Cattle Dog, Swedish Vallhund, or Australian Kelpie in my background. But whatever I may be a combination if, I am the sweetest little outlaw you have ever seen, and ... (Read More)promise to not be a cat burgler! My adoption fee is $30, please come by and visit and maybe even bring me home with you! (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $40 Animal Location:

Second Chance Shelter
130 County Rd 398
Marshall County Boaz, AL 35957 MAP IT!

Contact:
Wanda and Doug McGee and Jenny Harris 12565612411;

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PIease Read Before Adopting an Australian Cattle Dog in Alabama
    Australian Cattle Dogs can make good pets in Alabama if they match your IifestyIe. The Australian Cattle Dog is one of the most intelligent dog breeds, needing a lot of attention to stave off boredom. A neglected Australian Cattle Dog can become destructive. Australian Cattle Dogs have strong herding instincts and behave best when they have plenty of space and a job to do. Australian Cattle Dogs are well suited to farms and homes with large yards; they do not do well confined to an apartment or other small space. Australian Cattle Dogs are loyal and very obedient with attentive training. An Australian Cattle Dog tends not to do well with children unless it has known them since it was a puppy. Australian Cattle Dogs may be very close to their masters and reluctant to accept other people.

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lnteresting Australian Cattle Dog Trivia Low-Cost Alabama Spay & Neuter Clinics
    Australian Cattle Dogs were bred by 19th century Australian pioneers to herd cattle on large ranches. Most Australian Cattle Dogs have a star-shaped marking on their foreheads called the Bentley Mark, after dog owner Thomas Bentley, whose purebred dog supposedly passed this mark on to all genuine Australian Cattle Dogs. Australian Cattle Dogs are excellent at catching frisbees. The Australian Cattle Dog nips at a cow's heels to keep it in line with the herd, and may apply this technique to its humans from time to time as well.

Related pages:

Australian Cattle Dog Rescue

Alabama Animal Rescue
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Shelby County - Columbiana, Alabama 35051
Humane Society of Shelby County 205-669-3916

Jefferson County - Birmingham, Alabama 35209
Greater Birmingham Humane Society 205-942-1211

Jefferson County - Homewood, AL 35209
Alabama Animal Adoption Society 205-871-6351

Madison County - Huntsville, AL 35805
SNAP (Spay/Neuter Action Project) 256-830-8459

Etowah County - Gadsen, AL 35901
Humane Society of Etowah County 256-547-4846

Marshall County - Guntersville, Alabama 35976
Guntersville Animal Shelter 256-582-3184

Calhoun County - Anniston 36202
League for Animal Welfare 256-820-3218

Baldwin County - Fairhope, AL 36532
Fairhope Cat Coalition 251-510-8585

Baldwin County - Baldwin 36533
Baldwin County Humane Society 251-928-4585

Mobile County - Mobile 36608
South Alabama Spay Neuter 251-343-5033

Lee County - Auburn, AL 36849
Operation Catnap 334-826-7845

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