BURRADOO DROVER

 
The Working Kelpie Council of Australia Inc.  
A3 19590-10
 
BLACK AND TAN MALE
 
BORN OCTOBER 27, 2010
 
Bred by: Bill and Janice Mytton, Burradoo Ranch, Absarokee, Montana, U.S.A.

Burradoo Drover is by Burradoo Muster out of Wranglar Lilly. He represents the type of breeding we are trying to accomplish on the Burradoo Ranch. The Muster and Lilly cross is one for which we have high hopes as Ian Gilcrist indicates that Lilly was probably his best dog to date and Janice views Muster in the same light. Both dogs are proven in the stock department and exhibit complimentary strengths when worked together, yet have the ability to work stock well on an individual basis. Drover’s litter mates were distributed to working stock people and have all matured into handy ranch dogs dealing primarily with cattle.

Drover has a great personality and exhibits a real knack for helping us dog break replacement heifers. Drover has the power to move these young cattle and doesn't hesitate to use his teeth, when necessary, on cattle reluctant to move or who have a propensity to challenge a dog.

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Burradoo Drover



Burradoo Drover at two years of age.



Drover, Bug, Ripper and Muster cooling off after a day of work.


Janice working on commands with Drover in the round pen.