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Thread: Lost Toddler Kept Alive by Pet Dog

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    These kinds of stories just warm my heart. Better than any cup of tea on a cold day

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    Yeah AF they call ACD in the US Queenland Heelers..

    Cute story!!!

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    I've been told that Frosty fits the mould of "queensland cattle dog / heeler" in that they have longer legs and shorter coats than their southern cousins.

    And Frosty loves to cuddle up all the time and when it's cold. So very believeable that a cattle dog would do this.

    And yes blue heelers, red heelers, queensland cattle dogs, stumpy tails and smithfields tend to come under the same umbrella when it comes to the "breed standard". That's the thing about farm dogs - their only standard for years was - do they do a good job on the farm. And keeping your drover warm at night would have been one of their jobs. Waking him up when a stranger approached camp would have been another and Frosty is good at that too.

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    Gorgeous story.

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    what a lovely story

    Well done doggy


    Good morning arwen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cath549 View Post
    what a lovely story

    Well done doggy
    Hey Cath!

    Arwen and Heath are SO cute together!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amy86 View Post
    Hey Cath!

    Arwen and Heath are SO cute together!
    Thanks! They are best buds .. its cute how they interact with each other


    Good morning arwen

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