Australian Cattle Dog, Blue Heeler, Collie, Mixed
White with Black
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Welcome Nelly to CCPAL Rescue.  She is a beautiful Australian Cattle dog mixed puppy.  She is 10-weeks old.  She is the sister of Adonis who looks like a high mixed Cattle dog.  She has mostly black and white spots and with mostly white on her feet.  She is one of the middle-sized females in the litter.  She should be a 45-to-50-pound dog full grown.    She is very sweet, good with other dogs and cats.  They are crate trained and learning wee pad training at the rescue.  She came in with some other pups from the Lakehills Animal Control.  She would be fine with children.  We think 8 or older would be best and someone who has owned a herding breed before.  She would do best with a family that is not gone 8 hours a day and has time to put into finishing her puppy training.  She is very social and outgoing.  She is getting her puppy vaccines and will be spayed soon and ready for her forever home.  She is in Texas and can be adopted locally or we can work with one of the wonderful transporters to deliver her to Portland, Washington, Vermont, Minnesota or all along the East Coast.  Her adoption fee is 300 and transport is 180.  Rhode Island and Massachusetts are not states we adopt to because of the regulations imposed by these states   Contact Marlene at 210-867-1769 or email to if you have questions. Online applications at See her cute video!!    


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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