Can An AKC Registration Save A Herding Breed?

2018-04-05T15:05:55+00:00April 5th, 2018|Categories: AKC, Education, History|

by Esther Ekman ------------------- Did the eyebrows just shoot up to level 9? Do you have acid flux starting up the tube? Answer to the lead question is YES, YES, and YES! How could this be so? Because of a series of events known to be some of strangest in the history of Dogdom. All of [...]

Coat Color in Australian Cattle Dogs

2018-08-03T00:58:11+00:00March 27th, 2018|Categories: Conformation, Education|

Used with permission from Narelle Robertson - Blue The colour should be blue, blue-mottled or blue speckled with or without other markings. The permissible markings are black, blue or tan markings on the head, evenly distributed for preference. The forelegs tan midway up the legs and extending up the front to breast and throat, with [...]

Your New Australian Cattle Dog!

2020-04-13T13:33:06+00:00March 26th, 2018|Categories: FAQ - Purchasing an ACD|

Congratulations on Your New Australian Cattle Dog! The Australian Cattle Dog Those who have shared their lives with Australian Cattle Dogs (ACDs) are passionate about this breed. They are among the most intelligent and loyal of dogs, making life with them a challenge at times and an adventure always. ACD owners must be willing to train [...]

About The Breed

2018-08-03T00:52:24+00:00March 20th, 2018|Categories: Education|

Written by Narelle Hammond-Robertson The Australian Cattle Dog has changed little since the late 1800’s when the first standard was drawn up. In 1897 Robert Kaleski drew up the first Standard of points for the Australian Cattle Dog which was recognized by the original Kennel Club of New South Wales in 1903. This standard was not [...]


The Australian Cattle Dog Club of America, Inc.

The Australian Cattle Dog Club of America, Inc. is a non-profit organization functioning as the parent club for AKC registered Australian Cattle Dogs. To encourage and to do all possible to bring the natural qualities of Australian Cattle Dogs to perfection according to the current American Kennel Club (AKC) breed standard.e.

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