The Australian Kelpie is a breed of working dog that originated in Australia. They are known for their intelligence, energy, and loyalty.
The Australian Kelpie was developed in the 19th century by Scottish shepherds who needed a dog that could herd sheep in the harsh Australian climate.
The Australian Kelpie is a medium-sized dog with a short, smooth coat. They are typically black, red, or blue merle.
Australian Kelpies are intelligent, energetic, and loyal dogs. They are also very trainable.
Australian Kelpies are excellent working dogs. They are used for herding sheep, cattle, and other livestock.
Australian Kelpies are generally healthy dogs. However, they are prone to some health conditions, such as hip dysplasia and elbow dysplasia.
Australian Kelpies require regular exercise and grooming. They are also relatively high-maintenance dogs.
Australian Kelpies can be found from reputable breeders. They can also be found in rescue organizations.
The Australian Kelpie is the official dog of the state of Victoria, Australia