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Choirboy
On your property
Member since Aug 2010
10697 posts

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A female will be less likely to roam but will need to be locked down when she is in heat. A male will roam when he gets a whiff of another dog in heat. I prefer a female due to these reasons.





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PurpleandGold Motown
Alabama Fan
Leon, Nicaragua
Member since Oct 2007
12546 posts

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My two aussies run on 20 acres and never come inside. They are fine and always come running when called, and we've never had any problems.

Leo is eight years old and Ozzy is three.



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Choirboy
On your property
Member since Aug 2010
10697 posts

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Call this guy and tell him what you want the dog for.

He has different dogs that excel in different things. Take a visit to his place and the dogs you see roaming are the kind you want.






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munchman
LSU Fan
Sportsman Paradise
Member since Feb 2006
6155 posts

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quote:

Choirboy



Thanks for the help...






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NoraBora
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Santa Monica
Member since Jul 2013
97 posts

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Australian Cattle Dog

"Happiest in wide open spaces, ACDs are very high-energy dogs and extremely intelligent, so they need a job - such as herding, obedience or agility - to keep them happy. While wary of strangers, the breed bonds closely to its family, though the owner must establish themselves as the pack leader. Their smooth, short coat requires only occasional baths and brushing."




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kingbob
LSU Fan
St. Amant, LA
Member since Nov 2010
18000 posts

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We have a terrier mutt and she never roams farther than the neighbors' yards on either side without us. She also never goes more than about 10ft into the woods without us, but will roam happily if we're with her. She also won't cross the street without us because we trained her to associate moving cars with pain so she fears them as she should.





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