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Physical Characteristics

Breed Group:

Not yet recognized by any major kennel clubs.

Weight:

Approximately 60 pounds.

Height:

Approximately 21-23 inches at the withers.

Color(s):

This breed comes in a variety of different colours and colour combinations.

Coat:

The Waeller has a relatively long and thick coat.


Overview

Character:

Waellers are quite intelligent and active dogs that serve well as watchdogs and as guard dogs. They are also excellent companions.

Country of Origin:

Germany.

History:

The Waeller is a very new breed that has only been in existence since 1994. This breed originated in Germany and was developed from Australian Shepherds. Although not yet recognized by any major kennel clubs, Germany has its own association for this breed, the Wäller-Club-Deutschland.

Name:

In Germany, this breed is known as the Wäller.

Temperament:

Waellers have natural protective instincts and will guard and watch over their families and property. These dogs generally have a good temperament and typically get along well with children.


Care

Training:

These dogs are relatively easy to train.

Activity:

Waellers are active and energetic animals that require plenty of exercise.

Ownership:

Waellers are not suitable for apartment or city living, as they require plenty of space and exercise. These fairly healthy dogs get along well with children when properly trained and have a pleasant, even temperament. Waellers are primarily kept as companions and have an average life expectancy of 11 to 14 years.


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