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AUSTRALIAN BARKERS AND BITERS By Robert Kaleski. A VINTAGE DOG BOOKS CLASSIC REPRINT. Originally published in Sydney in a Limited.
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Dogs with red coats were called Red heelers. Robert Kaleski, born in , was the man who made the cattle driving dogs of the Hall family finally internationally known as "Australian Cattle Dog". In Robert Kaleski drew up a standard of the breed. The essence of Kaleski's standard is part of the official standard approved and adopted by the Australian National Kennel Council in The breed's name became official as the Australian Cattle Dog.

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In Kaleski published a book entitled "Australian Barkers and Biters". In his later writings, however, Kaleski introduced some contradictory and unlikely assertions. With the passage of time, these have been generally accepted. The most enduring of Kaleski's theories relate to alleged early Dalmatian and Kelpie infusions, said to have been introduced by the Bagusts into the early Cattle Dog breed. These infusions are not referred to in Kaleski's writings until the s and there is no evidence that they occurred in the mainstream early development of the Cattle Dog.

The alleged Dalmatian and Kelpie infusion was first mentioned in the Australian Encyclopaedia in In , by which time the Bagusts were long dead, Kaleski re-affirmed both infusions and specifically attributed them to the Bagusts. The offspring from this cross were born pure white. They did not develop coat color, either red or blue-speckled, until they were three weeks old.


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The infusion of the Dalmatian changed the merle colour to red or blue speckle. As much as the Dalmatian influence improved the dog's relationship to both horse and man, unfortunately, some of the working ability was lost with this cross, so, the Bagust brothers, after admiring the working ability of the Black and Tan Kelpie allegedly added that breed to their breeding program.

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Speculations around the dogs produced by Fred Davies around being used in the making of australian cattle dog breed are not confirmed. Davies used bullterrier in his breeding, but allegedly those dogs were gradually left out from the breeding because of a tendency to bite and not let go and also their movement was limited by their stocky bodies. Smithfield Black in colour, with white markings around the neck extending down the front.

Hall's heeler Dingoes were normally red-fawn or few that were white or black and tan. Queensland heeler Kaleski and Stanmore Ruby This new breed became so popular between the Queensland farmers that that it came to be known as the Queensland heeler or Queensland blue heeler. Nipper, bred by Harry Bagust In , by which time the Bagusts were long dead, Kaleski re-affirmed both infusions and specifically attributed them to the Bagusts.

To not to pay a tax, a tail needed to be docked. Also that made farmes to prefer naturally bobtailed breeds.


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  • A later, and still very scarce edition was enlarged and revised with the addition of many early dog breed photographs. Although this book deals mainly with observations, history and research on the Kelpi, Heeler, and other Australian Sheep and Cattle Dogs, several other dog breeds peculiar to Australia are discussed in some detail. Two hundred and fifty six pages contain twenty two comprehensive chapters:- The Origin of the Dog. This is a fascinating read for any Sheep and Cattle Dog enthusiast or historian of the breeds, but also contains much information that is still useful and practical today.

    The Australian settler's complete guide : scientific and practical by Robert Kaleski Book 3 editions published between and in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Dogs of the world : showing the origin of the canine and feline species from the Australian marsupial lion about three million years ago, the most notable dogs springing from it, and illustrations therewith by Robert Kaleski Book 3 editions published between and in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

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