Two breeds that have been developed particularly for working with their humans are the Australian Cattle Dog and the Labrador Retriever. These tireless canines are particularly suited to outdoor activities; the Australian Cattle Dog parent breed was used to herd cows and sheep while the Labrador Retriever is a talented hunting companion. The Labraheeler, resulting from combining these two driven canines, is likely to be highly intelligent but may exhibit a bit of an independent streak; the Australian Cattle Dog parent is often cited as being somewhat headstrong. Begin training your Labraheeler at a young age so that your pooch understands expected behavior. As your Labraheeler ages, provide them with at least forty-five minutes of activity per day.
The Labraheeler is a dog that loves to hunt, swim, and generally run and play outdoors. Choosing activities for this breed are simple; this working dog looks for activity, and you just need to be ready to join in! Retrieving drills allow the Labraheeler to run and play; swimming and dock diving are also natural activities for the designer dog. If you love the outdoors, the Labraheeler is just right for you.