Characteristics & Features of Cobberdogs
Cobberdogs have beautiful temperament
The Australian Cobberdog temperament really sets it apart from all other breeds. Cobberdogs were developed with particular attention paid to the trait of temperament.
The result is a dog that is loving and consistently totally non aggressive. Cobberdogs are calm, gentle, social, humorous and extremely clever. These dogs also have boundless energy when sent out to play.
Cobberdogs approach people in a beautiful friendly manner and love to be touched and handled. They are not timid or shy and when you first meet they will look into your eyes with trust and love!
Cobberdogs are allergy friendly!
The Cobberdog coat is odour-free and there is minimal to no shedding. This makes them perfect choices for people allergic to dog hair. It also makes the dogs a much more desirable indoors pet, as you won't have dog hair on and around your furniture, carpets and soft furnishings. Grooming the coat keeps it tangle free and in beautiful condition, and Cobberdogs just love the handling that comes with brushing their coat!
These dogs love water!
This is a really great feature of these dogs. If you visit the beach or dams, your dog will spend endless hours frolicking in and around the water, and swimming when you throw sticks out for it, or go in yourself. After the water, there's always the sand and dirt to roll in and transform into a sea monster!
Cobberdogs are intelligent & highly trainable
The Cobberdog is keen to learn and easy to train, and they have innate intuition about the physical and emotional state of the people they are around.
All together, these traits make these dogs perfect for pets and for companions for people with special needs - therapy dogs, assistance dogs, guide dogs, and alert dogs.
Cobberdogs are bred in four categories of size, which means potential owners can select a pet size that best suits their lifestyle and space.
The size category is determined by the grown height of the dog, from the shoulder. Weight for the size category is only given to help you to imagine the dog's size.
Measurement of height is taken on a level surface with the dog standing; measuring straight from the ground next to the paw to top of the shoulder blades/wither.
We have a great blog that tells you more about Cobberdog size - read it here.
PLEASE NOTE: Ridgy Didge Cobberdogs does not breed Standard Cobberdogs.
Read more about Cobberdog size at this blog.
Acknowledgement is given to Tegans Australian Cobber Dogs as a source of much information.