ALT Texas Heelers
ALT Ramblin Man - HITCH
Hitch is the big boss man around the place.
He has traveled across country several times and LOVES to ride in the truck.
You can find him swimming in the tank, out in the pasture surveying cattle, or up in the barn or porch relaxing and keeping watch over everything.
He loves people and gets along well with children tugging and pulling on him.
Hitch is extremely loyal, obedient, and SMART! Hitch has tons of drive whether it is after cattle, toys, or anything I point him towards.
He passes these attributes to his puppies!
Hitch weighs in at 65 lbs and is a big, thick boy!
Hitch is coming up on 13 years old and has displayed no health issues whatsoever. Hitch did have to have surgery on his left ear to close up a blood vessel (Aural Hematoma) that had been sliced open by a tick bite. His left ear will never stand again but this is purely physical and not genetic. He has traveled many miles in the pick up, has had a few serious injuries which have caught up with him in his older age. We utilize Rewarding Waves PEMF to keep him healthy, keep him energized, and prolong his life and keep him Drug and Pain Free.
Hitch is now an older dog, but in his younger days he had beautiful clear eyes, good hips and fabulous elbows. This dog was very active, jumping over 4 feet in the blink of an eye and had had no internal or external health issues, ever.
Hitch's pups have displayed excellent health and his oldest puppies are coming up on 7-8 years old age with no issues reported.
Hitch is used to gather cattle, push steers up to rope, and even help in doctoring sick calves and cows.
He isn't only an excellent working stock dog, but also a great companion and indoors sidekick.
ASDR Registered Australian Cattle Dog
GenSol Genetic Testing:
Degenerative Myelopathy (DM) - Clear/Normal "A"
Primary Lens Luxation (PLL) - Clear/Normal "A"
Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration (PRA-PRCD) - Clear/Normal "A"
Multidrug Sensitivity (MDR1) - Clear/Normal "A"
Hitch in his younger years...... (Below)