The Texas Heeler is a cross between the Australian Cattle Dog and the Australian Shepherd. They are an extremely intelligent breed that have the ability to learn over 200 words! They are hard-working and energetic – a true working dog. The Texas Heeler will make a great family dog if socialized and trained properly. They can be hard-headed at times and difficult to train, but early, firm, and consistent will help. This breed is affectionate with their family but can be weary of strangers. The will bark at anything suspicious, making them wonderful watchdogs. With early socialization, the Texas Heeler can get along well with children and other dogs. If you’re looking for an intelligent breed with a distinct personality, the Texas Heeler is the one for you!< p>
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If you can't find the right Texas Heeler Rescue that you’re searching for in your state, check below the listings for links to other Rescues in nearby states who may have exactly what you are looking for.
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Texas Heeler Rescues in the USA
|Howelling Kennels Corgi & Cattle Dog Rescue||Springfield||OH||(937) 322-5065|||
|Australian Working Dog Rescue Int. -AWDRI-||Pitt Town, NSW||AU||(61-417) 497-031|||
|Western Australian Shepherd Rescue||WA||(509) 671-2954|||
|New Spirit 4 Aussie Rescue, Inc.||US|||
|D.A.S.H. Dog Rescue||Dallas||TX|||
|Australian Shepherd Rescue Midwest||East Peoria||IL||(309) 863-5211|||
|Aussie Rescue San Diego||San Diego||CA|||
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