|Barked: Mon Feb 4, '13 9:35am PST |
|ACDs tend to be popular across the prairies. Cattle ranches, feedlots, etc have a need for tough, hardy, independant dogs. In addition they are popular with the rodeo set and you generally find at least one kickin around on any horse farm.
Also taking into account that the BC/GSD cross is probably one of the most common and this CAN produce a mid sized, medium coat, tri color or ticked dog with pricked ears. In general around here anyway if its got the 'blue' ticking and upright ears the shelters will label them ACD crosses.
In addition Jewel is correct. Research has shown that any population of feral dogs will create mid size, medium coat, similar looking offspring. If this seems odd keep in mind what Kelpies look like and look at wild dogs around the globe. Nature has a plan
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