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RnB Cattle Dogs

This site was updated on November 19, 2021

We are a small homestead located in Lincoln County Montana outside the small town of Libby. We occasionally breed our Australian Cattle Dogs. When we do our focus is to produce outstanding temperaments, herding abilities, intelligence, conformation and beauty.   Our dogs

receive the best care, affection and companionship available. All our dogs are all genetically health tested in order to

provide healthy and sound puppies for our clients.

We always strive to be sure that potential owners

have experience with our breed or any of the herding breeds. This way we feel that the potential puppy

owner is aware of the demands of bring up a rambunctious and challenging ACD puppy. An Australian Cattle Dog is

not for everyone! They are a loyal, driven, protective

and sometimes a stubborn breed. For us, they are perfect!

All our puppies leave our home and go to yours

with age appropriate vaccinations done, a 1 year Health

Guarantee against genetic defects, a health record,

dew claws removed, tails are long, wormings

done at ages 2, 4, 6 and 8 weeks old, a small bag of Pro Plan Puppy food, and are socialized

with other adult dogs. 

To find out more about our puppies please "Contact Us"

Australian Cattle Dogs are NOT for Everyone!

That being said, this explains them well

If you don't want to deal with:

1. Vigorous exercise requirements,

2. Destructiveness when bored or not exercised enough,

3. Suspiciousness toward strangers,

4. Aggression toward other animals,

5. Strong-willed mind of his own; requiring a confident owner who can take charge,

6. Chasing and nipping at things that move: children, joggers, other animals, bikers and cars,

7. Potential for excessive barking, often in a high pitched voice,

8. Heavy shedding

An Australian Cattle Dog might not be right for you!!!!

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