Australian Cattle Dog, Blue Heeler
Brown, Chocolate with Tan
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Please contact for more information about this pet.LIZA REQUIRES THAT SHE IS THE ONLY DOG IN THE HOUSEHOLD - LIZA IS NOT GOOD WITH CHILDREN.Liza is a sweet 6 1/2 year old Australian Cattle Dog, she is being fostered in Plymouth, Indiana, she came to us because her mom's job took her to Dubai and she couldn't take Liza with her. Her mom had been a client of one of our volunteers, and she entrusted CBBCR with finding Liza a wonderful new home.  Liza's foster mom knows her well and says that Liza is an absolute lover girl to her people. She's apprehensive when meeting new people, but once Liza warms up to you, she's bonded to you like Super Glue.  Tennis balls are Liza's passion. Not frisbees, not squeak toys. Tennis balls. She'd be happy playing fetch with you all day long.  Liza can be fussy around other dogs. Depending on the situation she can co-exist with other canines, as long as they don't invade her personal space or press her buttons. She doesn't mind cats though. However, we think she'd be best as an only dog in a home with no children.If you would like additional information on Liza, contact Stephany at  For additional information on adopting Liza or any of the other CBBCR foster dogs, go to the CBBCR website at  


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