Author Archives: acdisla

Hip Dysplasia and the Cardigan Corgi

http://www.cardicommentary.de/PDF-filer/Cardigans_HD.pdf

Posted in Health | Leave a comment

How to select a suitable puppy

There is a new litter and new people, who request an ACD puppy. First question of the breeder is always for the experience of the new owner. The ACD is an active herding dog, needing quite a lot of activity. … Continue reading

Posted in Breeding | 1 Comment

Westminster 2015

http://neueacdgazette.com/2015/02/17/westminster-2015/

Posted in Videos | Leave a comment

The Code of Ethics in Us

Being devoted to the breed of Australian Cattle Dog means to protect every specimen ,who improves the development by skilful breeding. Who supports the talent for sport activities according to the standard and last not least is up-to-date in health … Continue reading

Posted in Breeding | Leave a comment

Epilepsy

Please, click this link to study the different forms of epilepsy and its treatment http://www.canine-epilepsy-guardian-angels.com/site_map.htm

Posted in Health | Leave a comment

Australian Cattle Dog Description

Posted in Videos | 1 Comment

World Winner Helsinki 2014

Australian Cattle Dog total number of dogs:12 Judge: Kärdi Maret BOB Windwarrior’s Sweet N’toxic (Heikkinen Tuulia, Komi) BOS Erkkertin Blue Flying Dutchman (Kuikka Juha, ESPOO) BOB,Veteran Freya’s Charm Cidabro (Heikkinen Tuulia, Komi) BOS,Veteran Kohon Elton (Vainio Seija, Muurame) Males AVO … Continue reading

Posted in Shows | Leave a comment

Judging ACDs by Carrol Beckett (Australia)

It was commented that the GSD should be more angulated than the ACD because they patrol perimeters. The GSD is NOT more angulated and the ACD in-fact their shoulders are permitted to be at an angle of 90-110° therefore the … Continue reading

Posted in Judging | Leave a comment

ASH video

This is what the ACD and the was bred to do…move and control unruly cattle…working as a team with the stockman on his ASH (Australian Stock Horse)…unfortunately now it is mostly heli-mustering.

Posted in Breeding | Leave a comment

Our ACD the Living, Correct Standard. Explained by Carol Beckett

by CAROL BECKETT The standard for the ACD is very clearly written. It requires the dog to be well angulated, compact, powerful and with substance, and breadth in the head, the chest and down through the entire body. It is … Continue reading

Posted in Standard explained | Leave a comment

How to develop a new bloodline

To start takes much effort and much time, because you have to find a couple, which combines both the phänotype and the the genotype of future ancestors in your kennel. Do not forget the importance of a human friendly temperament. … Continue reading

Posted in Breeding | Leave a comment

Legacies: How to Ensure Your Bloodline Goes Forward

Whether just starting out on your path of breeding or looking to pass on your bloodline to the next generation, none of it can happen without a good plan for the future. By Jonathan Jeffrey Kimes | March 20, 2013 … Continue reading

Posted in Breeding | Leave a comment

20 Basic Breeding Principles by Raymond Oppenheimer

1. Don’t make use of indiscriminate outcrosses. A judicious outcross can be of great value; an injudicious one can produce an aggregation of every imaginable fault of the breed. 2. Don’t line breed just for the sake of line breeding. … Continue reading

Posted in Breeding | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

World Winner 2014 in Helsinki

https://www.flickr.com/photos/25967584@N07/sets/72157646359188704/ australian cattle dog / Australian Cattle Dog 57 Judge Spagnolo Guy, Australia BOB Windwarrior’s Sweet N’toxic (Heikkinen Tuulia, Komi) BOS Banana Bender The Governor (Coletta Paolo, Cesena) CACIB dog, MV-14 Banana Bender The Governor (Coletta Paolo, Cesena) CACIB bitch, … Continue reading

Posted in Show Results 2014 | Leave a comment

The Shoulder in the Working Dog

Author: Fred Lanting Dog breeds are usually grouped—often arbitrarily or erroneously—into from five to ten categories based on function, superficial appearance, or geographical origin, depending on the registry organization. Just because it may make more sense to assign them to … Continue reading

Posted in Breeding | Leave a comment