blue heeler & rat terrier mix pups free

blue heeler & rat terrier mix pups free

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sue

Somerset, KY

#1 Oct 23, 2008
6 weeks old - wormed once- tails cut. 5617560
madisen

Grapevine, TX

#2 Nov 8, 2008
WOW!!!!i've all ways wanted a rat terrier-blue heeler mix!!!!what do your puppies or dogs look like?see ya!!!!!!!!! rat terrier-blue heeler mix pups rock!!!!!!!!!!
sue

Somerset, KY

#3 Nov 8, 2008
e-mail me at [email protected] and I can send you pics
sarah

Tucson, AZ

#4 Nov 17, 2008
I have a rat terrier/red heeler mix, 3 years old and she is a dynamo of a dog. Very athletic, scary smart, and absolutely perfect in size. She's about 21 pounds, 1.5 feet toe to top of her back.

The only two things about Rosie are that she's a little skittish around new people and she's more interested in people (and tennis balls) than dogs.

I get asked about this dog 9/10ths of the time when I'm walking her. No joke, people even roll down their windows from cars to ask me what kind of dog she is and to tell me she's gorgeous.

I'll email pix as well - [email protected]

I really hope the heeler/ratty mix catches on and becomes an available 'designer dog'.
I say that with the quote marks because Rosie is hardly what I think of when I think of designer dog mixes. She is virtually indestructible with the wit and good looks of a ratty and the solid bones and refusal to stray of a heeler.
joker

Somerset, KY

#5 Nov 19, 2008
bumb it
interested

Russell Springs, KY

#6 Nov 22, 2008
u still have them?
ahaverhals

Dubois, WY

#7 Jan 1, 2009
I have a heeler/rat terrier mix also. Looks just like a 'mini' heeler. 20 lbs Perfect size for a house dog. Athletic, smart, well mannered, and has the heeler "don't touch it, if it belongs to my mom" attitude. Even several ranchers asked me what she was mixed with, mainly wanting to try to unbulk (the heelers around here tend to be built like locomotives) their ranch's gene pool.

Since you are giving them away, I'm assuming this is an 'oops' litter. If you have another oops litter let me know. Especially if they have traditional heeler markings (no body spots, full mask) [email protected]
john trollinger

United States

#8 Nov 19, 2009
I'm looking for a blue heeler & rat terrier mix puppy about new born to 6wk's old. we lost ours to a pack of dogs that killed him. We had him from 12wk's untel he was killed he was 2yr's when it happend. So please help us find other for our family.

god bless
the Trollinger
Erikka

Portland, OR

#9 Dec 2, 2009
I breed Rat Terrier/Blue Heeler puppies. i usually have 1-2 litters a year. The markings range from typical heeler markings to spotting, to typical terrier markings. I've had about half of my pups look like pure bred "mini" heelers. I've even had some chocolate colored pups. I've been told chocolate (dark brown) heelers are EXTREEMLY rare.

If interested in puppies please email me at [email protected]
Denise

Lakeland, FL

#10 Feb 8, 2010
Hi Sarah..I hope this gets to you as your post was quite a while ago.. I have a dog that I think is a blue heeler/rat terrier mix. She sounds just like you described your dog. Same thing happens with my "Sarah" and people stopping to ask what kind of dog she is. We found her abandoned at a gas station as a 8 week old pup. Would you mind sending pics of your Rosie and I will send you pics of my "Sarah" when i get your email. My email is [email protected],com. I appreciate your help.
sarah wrote:
I have a rat terrier/red heeler mix, 3 years old and she is a dynamo of a dog. Very athletic, scary smart, and absolutely perfect in size. She's about 21 pounds, 1.5 feet toe to top of her back.
The only two things about Rosie are that she's a little skittish around new people and she's more interested in people (and tennis balls) than dogs.
I get asked about this dog 9/10ths of the time when I'm walking her. No joke, people even roll down their windows from cars to ask me what kind of dog she is and to tell me she's gorgeous.
I'll email pix as well - [email protected]
I really hope the heeler/ratty mix catches on and becomes an available 'designer dog'.
I say that with the quote marks because Rosie is hardly what I think of when I think of designer dog mixes. She is virtually indestructible with the wit and good looks of a ratty and the solid bones and refusal to stray of a heeler.
samantha

Atlanta, GA

#11 Jun 26, 2010
i have never thought of a rat terrier/blue heeler mix. i have a rat terrier pomeranian mix at home. she will be three next month. she is only 14lbs. she is energetic, loving and very loyal.
Joleen

Sidney, MT

#12 Jun 27, 2010
Erikka wrote:
I breed Rat Terrier/Blue Heeler puppies. i usually have 1-2 litters a year. The markings range from typical heeler markings to spotting, to typical terrier markings. I've had about half of my pups look like pure bred "mini" heelers. I've even had some chocolate colored pups. I've been told chocolate (dark brown) heelers are EXTREEMLY rare.
If interested in puppies please email me at [email protected]
Hi Erikka!!!!
I am getting my first blue heeler tomarrow and I have a male rat terrier!! I was actually thinking of having pups with them but have never heard of anyone who has had that mix!! I love my rat terrier!! I have also researcher great thinks about the blue heelers! I would love to see pictures of what your pups look like!! [email protected] Thanks!!!
Jamie

Tucson, AZ

#13 Sep 4, 2010
Is the dog still available?
beth

California, MO

#15 Nov 17, 2010
i have been wanting a heeler for ever
Katie

Montgomery, AL

#16 Nov 19, 2010
I have a Rat Terrier/Blue Heeler mix I got from the Humane Shelter (brought in as a stray) 2 years ago. She's about 4 now, and once I got her crate trained (in 3 days), she crate trained my next 2 dogs for me. She loves kids and is protective of her Chihuahua "siblings" and me. She's beautiful, smart, well-behaved and so sweet. She's so smart and eager to please, she's doing really well in her obedience classes. I want to train her to be a therapy dog - at 30 pounds she's a great size for that. Big enough for people to pet while sitting in a chair, and small enough I could pick her up and put her on someone's bed.
Pat

Havana, IL

#17 Nov 28, 2010
Joleen wrote:
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Hi Erikka!!!!
I am getting my first blue heeler tomarrow and I have a male rat terrier!! I was actually thinking of having pups with them but have never heard of anyone who has had that mix!! I love my rat terrier!! I have also researcher great thinks about the blue heelers! I would love to see pictures of what your pups look like!! [email protected] Thanks!!!
I have had the blue heeler/rat terrier mix and he was awesome for indoor dog. We only had ours for 6 months and he was accidentally hit. We have all been devastated. We will be looking for another one. If anyone can help us find one I would appreciate it.
Contact me at [email protected]
Thank you!
christi sparks

United States

#18 Dec 10, 2010
ahaverhals wrote:
I have a heeler/rat terrier mix also. Looks just like a 'mini' heeler. 20 lbs Perfect size for a house dog. Athletic, smart, well mannered, and has the heeler "don't touch it, if it belongs to my mom" attitude. Even several ranchers asked me what she was mixed with, mainly wanting to try to unbulk (the heelers around here tend to be built like locomotives) their ranch's gene pool.
Since you are giving them away, I'm assuming this is an 'oops' litter. If you have another oops litter let me know. Especially if they have traditional heeler markings (no body spots, full mask) [email protected]


I have 6 blue heeler rat terrier mix puppies looking for homes right now i am on facebook christi burchard sparks please let me know if anyone is interested...
cedar

Groveton, TX

#20 Jan 4, 2011
sarah wrote:
I have a rat terrier/red heeler mix, 3 years old and she is a dynamo of a dog. Very athletic, scary smart, and absolutely perfect in size. She's about 21 pounds, 1.5 feet toe to top of her back.
The only two things about Rosie are that she's a little skittish around new people and she's more interested in people (and tennis balls) than dogs.
I get asked about this dog 9/10ths of the time when I'm walking her. No joke, people even roll down their windows from cars to ask me what kind of dog she is and to tell me she's gorgeous.
I'll email pix as well - [email protected]
I really hope the heeler/ratty mix catches on and becomes an available 'designer dog'.
I say that with the quote marks because Rosie is hardly what I think of when I think of designer dog mixes. She is virtually indestructible with the wit and good looks of a ratty and the solid bones and refusal to stray of a heeler.
I have the same mix. Ours is now 8 years old and yes, he is the smartest dog and yes to everything you listed.
Chelsi

Thida, AR

#21 Jan 31, 2011
Hi, was it your rat terrier that gave birth and if so was it difficult for her when she gave birth to the puppies. I am asking because I have a rat terrier female that got bred by my blue heeler male and I want to make sure she won't have to difficult of a birthing process.
john trollinger

Hot Springs National Park, AR

#22 Feb 4, 2011
we're stell looking for a blue heeler,rat terrier puppy. so please help us find one.

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