The Australian Cattle Dog (ACD) and Heeler Rescue of Michigan-Founded 1990


(AKA Blue or Red Heeler and Queensland Heeler)
Michigan's FIRST ACD Rescue Group

Search your zip code on Petfinder for more ACD's!

WE ARE A REFERRAL RESCUE ONLY AT THIS TIME. WE HAVE ***NEVER*** TAKEN IN OWNER RELEASE DOGS. WE HAVE ONLY HELPED SHELTERS WITH THE ACDS THEY CANNOT PLACE. PLEASE TAKE YOUR DOG TO A GOOD ANIMAL SHELTER IN YOUR AREA WHERE IT WILL GET THE BEST EXPOSURE POSSIBLE FOR A GOOD, NEW HOME Email (do not call Google cached phone number, please):
TACDROM: tacdrom@gmail.com

Please also note: ACD Rescue Groups are numerous and are not necessarily interconnected or associated. Please Google ACD Rescue in your individual state.

TACDROM is currently a referral rescue ONLY. WE HAVE NEVER TAKEN IN OWNER RELEASES/'GET RIDDAS.'

WE DO NOT ASSIST PRIVATE OWNERS GET NEW HOMES FOR THEIR DOGS.

We courtesy list for animal shelters in our area (SE Lower Michigan) dogs that are APPARENTLY PUREBRED AUSTRALIAN CATTLE DOGS *ONLY*


Q: What is 'apparently purebred?'
A: It looks and acts like an ACD. It is apparently not mixed with any other breed. It has all 4 legs. It can hear. It can see. It has upright ears. Most have a white 'Bentley' spot on its forehead. Its coat is one of the following colors:

•BLUE (any shade of blue roan with red points)
•RED (red roan)
•CREEPING JENNY BLUE (blue roan with larger red points)
•BLUE SPECKLE (white with blue speckles and red speckles where they would be on the body if it was a regular 'blue')
•RED SPECKLE (white with red speckles)
•LIVER (brown/liver roan similar to blue roan also with red points- EXTREMELY RARE- we have heard of 2 in 20 years)
•BI-BLUE (solid blue roan with no red points)

Not blue with big black areas on its body, not brindle, not black/white, not with floppy ears, not any other color except those listed above.