Queensland Heelers


The Lewis Ranch

19802 Ave 376 

Woodlake, CA 93286

Welcome to our Queensland Heeler Page

(This site is best viewed from a Laptop or desktop,

as some smart phones/ipads won't load the pages properly)

 Our Breeding stock are registered with the

Working Stock Dog World Registry, LLC

* Some examples of our sold past pups

"River" - She is a Miniature (sold) 
from a Ballerini x Clooney litter

This is "Hudson" 
at new home-8 wks old 
From Lambert's first litter (x Shelton Blue)

"Remi"-Miniature from a Midler x Shelton Blue litter (sold)


Zoey (Monroe pup)...and again at 5 mos old

Full-grown at 32 pounds

Monroe x Clooney pup

Monroe x Clooney pup

"Jax" First camping trip
Miniature heeler (Midler x Shelton)
5 mos old and 17 pounds in this picture

This is "Red" (Midler x Shelton)
He is 32 pounds and loving his new home

Django (Monroe x Clooney)
5 mos old
Enjoying his new home

Click here: A Great Dog Story

Catch a glimpse of Jake in action (Sarandon x Tatum pup)

We raise Queensland Heelers


Australian Stumpy Tail Heelers

(standard size and miniature)

***Scroll down for updates on upcoming litters*** 

I have been raising Queensland Heelers for well over 20 years now, and love the breed.  

They are my pets and are only kenneled during heat, to ensure the purity of the breed, 

and just prior to whelping to keep mom and pups safe, during and after whelping.  

Dams are allowed in/out of the kennel while pups stay safely confined to the kennel.

We have property here for my heelers to run on... and they do.  I simply oversee mating

 to perpetuate this amazing breed.  I currently have 12 heelers here on the property.

 9 females (7 standards, 2 miniatures) and 2 breeding sires, plus Grandma Aniston, who is spayed.  

allow them to breed as they come into heat, and monitor breeding, but there is no way to rush this process, 

unfortunately, as each female will only come into heat every 6 months (twice per year).

 So... it may take time for your heeler puppy to be born, if you reserve (or ask to be on the interested list). 

Gestation (pregnancy) is about 62 days, which is included in the 6 months between heats 

(i.e., 2 months gestation, plus approximately 4 months to come into heat again).  

If a female does not take when bred again, it is usually because she needs a break...and I don't begrudge her that break. 

Your patience is greatly appreciated.  It will be worth the wait, I promise.  

Note: You do not have to pay in advance/reserve... if you want to keep looking (or are uncomfortable with paying in advance for an unborn pup), 

you may just email me and I will put you on an "interested" (not reserved/no payment necessary) list.

I go to the reservation folder first when pups are born (starting with the oldest reservation), and then go to the "interested" folder 

if I have pups that don't fit reservations or extra pups after reservations are exhausted (before listing pups on this site for sale to the public).

Once you have asked to be on the interested list, if you cannot find a pup you like elsewhere, 

you can always reserve later, and go into the reservation folder, moving up in the folder each time a litter is born. 

...or you may simply remain on the "interested" list until I have a pup available to purchase (though this could take awhile). 

I certainly may have a pup available at some point that doesn't fit my reservations (e.g., dam/sire, color, gender, markings, tail, timing).

                                                  These pups will then be offered to the interested list (on a first to respond basis) via email, before being listed on this site for sale.                                                 

 Watch a cute video 
of one of my females, years ago, playing with her pups.

                                                                                            You can Reserve, but please... click on and read "How it Works

                                                                                               as you are agreeing to wait patiently for your puppy to be born 

                                                                                                                            (in order of reservation), and   

                                                                                                         many of your questions will be answered there.



Standard pups are $395 for males and $450 for females
Miniature pups are $495 for males and $550 for females

You can also Venmo me: @Tina-Lewis-54
or arrange to mail your payment, via check, to:
Tina Lewis
19802 Ave 376
Woodlake, CA  93286
Email me at thelewisranch@aol.com to alert me it is coming.  
I will notify you when it arrives, to the email you provide with payment (or text you...please provide cell #).

The Latest News:
Current heat/breeding status of my females 

This page was last updated on:

July 27th, 2021

Standard Queensland Heelers/Australian Stumpy Tail Heelers

 *You can scroll down for information/pictures of each dam/sire

Monroe: (throws stumpy and tailed-red and blue pups)- Now bred

to Clooney, for pups in late Sept., 2021 

Hawn: (throws blue and red pups). Now bred to Shelton Blue

for pups late Sept., 2021 

Jillian: (throws blue and red pups). She is now bred to SheltoBlue

and due to have pups late Sept., 2021 

Sierra: (blue w/tan pups only). Bred to Shelton Blue

and due back in heat in November, 2021

Lambert: (throws stumpy and tailed red and blue pups) 

Always bred to Shelton Blue, due back in heat November, 2021

*Coming soon (2 new standard breeding females): 

*ChesneyJillian x Jake (Sarandon x Tatum lines).

Scroll back up to see video of Jake above 

Picture will be posted once her ears are all the way up.

Blue with no tan.  For chocolate, red, and blue pups (with and without tan).

She will be ready to breed to Clooney (around February, 2022).

Tritt: Her dam is a red heeler, and sire is a blue w/tan heeler (outside bloodline).

Picture will be posted once her ears are all the way up.

She is blue with no tan and should throw both red and blue pups (with and without tan).

She will be bred to Clooney (around March, 2022).

Miniature Australian Stumpy Tail/Tailed Heelers

Ballerini: (22#s) is bred (witnessed) and is now showing

She should have pups mid-Aug., 2021

Stefani: (A Ballerini daughter). She is 93% heeler

Her pups will be over 96% heeler.

*She should be bred at the end of 2021

(more pictures coming soon)

About The Miniature Line

Ballerini's dam weighed 20#s and her sire is Shelton Blue (35#s)  

 for our miniature stumpy tail line-93% Queensland Heeler

Midler x Shelton pups - July 2020 litter of 8 - sold

"Breaker" a Midler x Shelton pup
having fun at new home

Remi - Midler x Shelton pup

(see Midler's bio below for more information on the miniature lines
and how they were started)

Ballerini weighs 22#s - blue miniature with tan markings 

She breeds to Clooney.  She has thrown 2 red pups, but usually produces blues (w/tan)

*her pups are about 93% heeler 

See below:  Pups from Ballerini's second litter:

                                Grace, at her new home                This is Maui, at her new home                            
                                  (Ballerini x Clooney litter)                    (Ballerini x Clooney litter)                                  

See Stefani (a Ballerini x Clooney pup) who will throw 96% heeler pups

To everyone who has reserved for a pup, and has waited so patiently-Thank you! 

I am "making" these gorgeous pups as fast as I can.

**Scroll down for pictures and additional information on the miniatures

Aniston, Clooney, Monroe, Bonnie
in the above photo

Standard pups are $395 for a male and $450 for a female
Miniature pups are $495 for a male, and $550 for a female ($100 more)
-Paypal buttons above reflect all 4 of those amounts
-The Miniature and Standard folders are separate reservation folders 

*You may "duplicate" your reservation and be in both folders if you are flexible on size,
essentially saying that you will take whichever size comes first, and going to the back of both folders 
when you reserve as a new reservation in each folder (to be fair to those reserved, if you decide to duplicate
at any point after you originally reserved, you must go to the back of the "new" size folder).
You will then be removed from both folders when you get your puppy.

You can use the Paypal links above to reserve (scroll back up toward the top for Paypal buttons)
using a credit card/ATM to pay in full (or mail a check if you prefer)...or you may split the cost of the pup 
into 2 payments using a credit card/ATM with Venmo (@Tina-Lewis-54) or paypal (friend to friend) or use my paypal if you don't have one 
at www.paypal.me/tinalewis (or mail a check if you prefer).
(a $5 fee per payment must be added to the reservation cost, and the balance should be paid ASAP,
but must be paid immediately when offered a pup or the pup cannot be held for you).   

If you prefer to mail a check, make check payable to: 
Tina Lewis
19802 Avenue 376
Woodlake, CA  93286

*Keep in mind that the reservation date for the folder will be the date I actually receive your 
payment in the mail, and you will be notified of receipt (note: along with your check, please include a phone number and 
email address, in addition to any specifics you may have about what you are looking for in a pup).

PLEASE NOTE: We have a no refund policy, for obvious reasons,
so please read How It Works before you reserve, as reserving is only one option.
You may also simply email me and ask to be on the "interested" list (no payment required).
Please click on the link highlighted in green above to read, before you reserve.

RESERVING: We will get you a pup as quickly as we can but when you reserve for a pup you are
stating that you understand that (a) you are reserving for a pup
that hasn't been born yet,  (b) that you 
have read and understand How It Works (our Terms and Conditions),
and (c) that you agree to wait patiently for the arrival of your pup, in order of reservation, which could take several litters 
to get what you have asked for, depending upon how many are reserved ahead of you, 
what they reserved for, what you are reserving for, if my females take when bred (sometimes they need a break), and what is born in each litter
(i.e., how many, gender, color, markings, tail/no tail, dam/sire). 

There are many variables that I cannot control, including:
Which dam comes into heat (and when), and if she takes, how many pups are born in each litter,
the gender (seems like females are always born less often, and reserved for more), color (red, blue, etc.), markings (mask, patches, spots, tan), the size, or, in some litters, 
if they will be born with a tail or be born stumpy (I can dock a tail, but cannot add one, of course, to a pup born without one). 
In addition, I cannot know who in front of you might not respond, or may decline when contacted/offered 
a pup (opting to wait... for varying personal reasons or timing), or if any duplicated reservations will be taking a pup (being removed from both folders).  
These variables all affect how quickly I get to you in the reservation folder and simply cannot be predicted (e.g., I could have 25 reservations in the
folder and 8 pups born...and work my way down to the 20th reservation (or more) in the folder, due to gender/color/markings, or dam/sire 
in a litter not fitting what is reserved for, or because people decline or don't respond).  
I just can't know any of these variables ahead of time, and therefore cannot know when you will get a pup.
Just know that I always go in order of reservation.

Email  me with any questions you might have after reading "How It Works" by
clicking on the link above, 
as many of your questions may be answered there.

Note:  There is currently (July, 2021) a bit of a wait (8 months or so...), so as long as you can be patient, I will still accept your reservation, 
allowing you to move up in the reservation folder as pups are born.  But, if you would rather continue to search elsewhere,
I can just add you to the interested list (no payment required) and contact you once reservations go down, or if there
is ever a pup that becomes available that doesn't fit those who are reserved.

Our Breeding males:  

Shelton Blue (Pfeiffer's line)

Picture taken January, 2021
Midler, Jillian, Sierra, and Blue

Shelton Blue is from the same line as Pfeiffer  (Pfeiffer's dam is his granddam), so he is continuing her line

He is also a smaller heeler, at about 35 pounds, and very playful and active-good with the kids and other dogs (playful).


Our bigger sire (about 50 pounds or so-he is thick/big boned, but average-standard height): 

He is continuing Aniston and Bandit-McConaughey lines 

Third generation Sire 

as a youngster (above) 

(January, 2021)

Aniston and McConaughey's son (Bandit's grandson-Bandiwas my original sire, 20 plus years ago) 

Clooney is playful, friendly, and very attentive/focused/easy to train, and loves kids and people 

-the FedEx delivery man leans over the fence to pet him and give him his treat.

He has spots like Aniston (he is her son) and often throws them.  

He was born with a tail (docked now)

He was sired by McConaughe

Parentage of Cloonewas confirmed through Animal Genetics 

(only because Tatum was a sire at that time as well and I wanted to be sure)

 Clooney's sire, McConaughe
with Foxy, a daughter of Senseney 
(Senseney is the dam in "cute pups" video at top of the page) 
and his sire Bandit 
(all 4 are deceased now)

                       Clooney's Dam: Aniston  (spayed now)                      Clooney's Sire: McConaughey (he was 80#s)

*Aniston (55#s) is at my side, all day, every day (she is 13 years old now).

Aniston (front-left) taken at 12 yrs

  Aniston's last litter of 3
One of her first litters (of 12) below
She was an excellent mom for several years.

  ***The white of newborn heelers begins to fill in with blue or red ticking at about 3 weeks of age,

and tan paws/muzzle/chest, on tri-color blues, begins to show then too, but any markings they are born with remain,

                                        and the "Bentley" mark (white star on forehead) will appear as well, once the ticking fills in, at about 3 weeks of age.                                                

Clooney is amazing with kids!!!

He literally thinks he is a kid and loves to play with 

(and boss) the kids out on the lawn

Clooney and Trixi soaking up the sun after a big rain

Some of his Pups born March 9th, 2017 (11 puppies) 
Pups by Clooney
This is a Cloonelitter of reds and blues
**(again...the white fills in with blue or red "ticking")

Example: A red pup...Sissy (by Clooney )
She had lots of the red markings at birth
and the white filled in with red "ticking"

Our Current Standard Size Breeding Females:

(about 45 pounds)

Monroe is a Blue (almost liver colored) Australian Stumpy Tail Heeler

 (she has no tan, but throws pups with tan bred to Clooney)

She throws reds and blues...(some with and some w/o tan)

She also throws stumpy tailed pups...and some with tails.

She is unrelated to any of our other dogs.

Very sweet and playful, but calm and quiet-loves the kids too.

Very focused and trainable...well-behaved (always goes with me to feed the horses).

...from a pup

At 3.5 mos old (above and below)

She is about 45 pounds now that she is grown

Pictures of Monroe (January, 2021)

She is actually a dark chocolate or liver-tinted blue
She throws both red and blue pups,
(some with and some without tan and some with/without tails as she
is an Australian Stumpy Tail heeler)

Pictured above with Aniston
Frankie-from Monroe's last litter and Louie (Monroe x Clooney)
(pics sent to me by owners)  

(about 40 pounds or so-average height-no tan)
Hawn is blue without the tan-softest coat I have ever felt
She throws both red and blue pups 
(some of her blue pups have tan, and some do not-we can tell by 3 wks of age)
all are born with tails...but we dock tails at 3 days old (upon request only).

Jack- from Hawn's litter
still a youngster (blue with no tan)
(pic sent to me by his owner...he will grow into those ears too)

A pup from Hawn's July 2020 litter
as he waited to go home

(about 45 pounds-no tan)
Great disposition
She throws red and blue pups (with and w/o tan)


Sulley - Jillian (x Shelton) pup

2019 litter of 8 pups

Jillian throws both red and blue pups

Jillian x Shelton pup (w/tan)-Cielo...6 mos. old (sold)
Jillian x Shelton pup...7 mos. old (no tan)
Photos above sent to me by new owners


Lambert (about 40 pounds or so) is a daughter of Monroe (x Clooney)
She is a stumpy tail heeler (blue with no tan so she throws both reds 
and blues ...and some tails and stumpy tails).  

                                                                                                        Lambert as a youngster.                             ...and all grown up 
                                                                                                                     She is a good-looking dog with a sweet disposition

Her first litter of 4 was born November of 2020 (one red pup and two with stumpy tails)

Ozzy Bear at new home
Lambert x Shelton Born: 11/20

Sierra is a blue with tan and has a great tail.
She has a full mask and is about 45 pounds 
 and is very playful and loving.
She is usually bred to Shelton Blue.
All pups are blue w/tan and all have tails (though I can dock).

Only 10 mos old in above pics...she is more filled out now

Her first litter of 6 was born November, 2020 (by Shelton)
Blue - Sierra x Shelton pup
after going to new home

Zeppelin - Sierra x Shelton pup
w/a grown buddy after going to new home

  Our Miniature Line:
                                                                                                        (You may scroll down to skip this "miniature" 
                                                                                                       section and continue with additional information
                                                                                                                     on our standard size heelers).

Our miniature line begins with Tatum (a blue stumpy tail male) who sired Midler (20#s and short/small). 

  Midler was a stumpy tail like her 100% Australian Stumpy Tail heeler sire. 

Midler passed in May, 2021, but Ballerini is her daughter and Stefani is her granddaughter.

Midler was exclusively bred to Shelton Blue (about 35#s) for a stumpy tail line of miniature pups (some born with tails)

they ranged in size, but no bigger than about 32#s (most were smaller/short/petite). 

Her pups were about 85% heeler and considerably smaller than an average heeler (average heeler weighs about 45#s).  

She threw some traditional blue pups with tan

 Her first litter (born 4/9/18) gave us  

Ballerini who is very compact/small/short, but is a traditional blue heeler with tan

Ballerini (22#s) is always bred to Clooney... 

for about 93% Queensland Heeler pups that are "miniature" 

Miniatures are sold separately from standards with a separate reservation folder.


In the above photo, Midler is in the back of the pack (middle)
with Hawn (left), and Shelton (far right)


Picture above was taken of her with her dam 

Midler had some blue ticking on her chest/neck area and buttocks area 
Shelton (100% heeler) put that blue ticking back into Midler's pups
...more than half of them...for 85% heelers...but miniature.

Midler...running fast!
(Tough to get a picture of her standing still, but her ears stand straight up in true heeler fashion)
This dog was so fun and playful and just loved people, especially children...and me.

**Midler's dam (fixed now and pictured with her above), was tested by Animal Genetics lab to verify her breed/genetics. 
She is part cattle dog (they listed ACD/Queensland Heeler, and "other cowdog" on the results paperwork).  
Tatum was 100% heeler and blue (with tan)...
an Australian Stumpy Tail heeler.  
That makes her pups, by Shelton
about 85% heeler 
(see Ballerini below)
, but much smaller (some are stumpy tail).  
In all of her litters, Midler produced blue heeler pups that are miniature Australian Stumpy Tail heelers/tailed heelers, but also produced a couple 
of pups in each litter that looked more like her and usually had blue ticking on chest/belly (some stumpy/some with tails).  
We kept a blue miniature female (see Ballerini below) from her first litter, in order
 to create a line of miniature pups that are about 93% heeler (with Clooney as sire).
We then kept Stefani from Ballerini's 2020 litter.  
Stefani is a miniature and will produce pups that are over 96% heeler.

Midler pup from her December, 2019 litter...
(this pup has tan...hidden by the grass/flowers)

He is about 3 months old here (sold)
(ears almost up)
Midler x Shelton pup (sold)
(w/tan and minimal blue ticking)

Midler x Shelton pup (sold)
(w/light blue ticking and tan)

Ballerini...a Midler pup we kept



(She is 85% Queensland Heeler, but is a miniature heeler at 22#s)

We kept Ballerini, from Midler (20#s) x Shelton (35#s), to breed to our 100% Queensland Heeler, Clooney
for about 93% Queensland Heelers that are "miniature" ...and from our stumpy tail line.
Her sire is Shelton Blue and 100% Queensland Heeler (Pfeiffer's line).

Ballerini's first litter (by Clooney) - all sold


My buddy (sold)

Ballerini as a pup

 At 3 months old (
with my 4 yr old)

at 3.5 mos old (above)
She is about 1/3 the size of a standard heeler at this point

5.5 months old
Ballerini (miniature) with Aniston (standard)
She is full grown in pictures below

at 15 months old (full grown and 22#s)
She is very athletic and loves the water!

Full siblings to Ballerini above
(Midler x Shelton litters)

The original sire of the Miniature line is Tatum

(Midler's sire)

An average heeler (about 40-45 pounds)

He stays lean and active, friendly and playful 

He is all blue with tan markings and was born with a stumpy tail.

He is an Australian Stumpy Tail Heeler

and the sire of Midler, who was also born with no tail.


He is now neutered.
His granddaughter, Ballerini, and great granddaughter, Stefani
will continue his line of heelers (both are miniature).

**Additional Information:

Dogs come into heat about every 6 months

Note: 62 days gestation (from breeding to whelping)

Pups go home at 6 -7 weeks old,

eating dry Purina Puppy Chow (from 3 wks of age), with first puppy shot, routine deworming, 

Most of my dams and sires are registered with 

Working Stock Dog World Registry, LLC.

     Pups are picked up at the House: 19802 Ave 376, Woodlake, CA  93286
         ...just come to the gate 
(with our brand/address on it) behind/past the big blue shop 
input gate code (will be given to you in an email) and come to the garage when you arrive...

Standard heeler pups are currently 

$395 for males

$450 for females

Miniatures (from Ballerinand Stefani) are 

$495 for males and $550 for females

(scroll back up to the top for paypal buttons/Venmo info)


Click here to reserve one  

After you read


Reservations are non-refundable... and you do not have to reserve to get a pup

You may simply email me and be on the "interested" list (no payment required).

You will then be notified before the general public, when a pup is available to purchase 


* Pup can fly at 8 weeks old after Vet Exam and requires Airline approved kennel, bowls, bedding, water, food, paperwork, transport to the airport and the Vet on my end, which I can purchase and accomplish for you ($100 covers everything).

*Try Delta Airlines or United first as they seem to work well.  Plane tickets are around $215 or so, and fairly easy to arrange-out of Fresno, CA.-I may have to pay on this end, but you make the reservation on your end (coordinate this with me so I am sure to be available for Vet appointment and transport to airport) and pay the ticket amount to them, or to me (airlines vary on this).  If they require me to pay for the flight at the counter, you can pay me via Paypal right before the day of the flight (in addition to the reimbursement for the medium size kennel, bowls, bedding, etc. required by the airline). This cost is $95 and is paid to me so that I can have these items purchased for your pup, and ready before the flight.  Vet exam is paid directly to the Vet (around $54) by credit card or Care Credit Card, or mail them a check in advance along with all shipping information (your name, phone number, and address/destination of pup, for the health exam certificate).

*Alaskan Airlines to Washington was $184 in 2012 when I flew a pup once-you can try them also.

Note: I will drive your pup to the Vet for the exam and to the Airport for you (55 minute drive for Airport and 15 minutes to the Vet- each way, for each of these trips)-free of charge (usually at 3 am for the airport), which is fine by me so no worries when they give you that early flight time. ;)

-a medium kennel and feed/water dish is required by the airline and I can get that for you and you can reimburse via paypal at Paypal ($100 for all-includes airline required feed/water dish for air travel, blanket, absorbent padding, baggie of food, water bottle and paperwork).

-a Veterinary exam is $54 at Lone Oak Veterinary Clinic and they will take a credit card or CARE CREDIT over the phone (or they will allow you to mail a check in advance)-Notify me you have done this and then I will call and set the appointment according to my schedule (and pup reaching 8 weeks of age) and take the pup there for the exam.
-your call to the Vet is to give them payment for the exam, AND shipping information required by the airline for the Health Certificate.  
Their number is 559-732-4818 and you can check out their website by clicking on the clinic name above.

That's it...you may continue to scroll down memory lane below...

Happy Customer Pictures Below!

Meet Ruby and Dixie
Aniston x McConaughey pups 
doing well at 9 years old in the above picture!

Ruby and Dixie as youngsters

(Swift x McConaughey litter)


Kitty (Ballerini x Clooney/Sept. 2019)

KC (Midler x Shelton, Dec. 2019)

Missy (Jillian x Shelton)

Meet Bagel (Pfeiffer x McConaughey)

Meet Mabel (Trixi x Clooney pup).

Meet Opal (below).  She is a Pfeiffer X McConaughey pup-all grown up

...and more pups after going to their new homes

Sophie (white) and Katie (blue)
(pictured below...all grown up)
Katie at 5 yrs old (Hudson {Pfeiffer line} x Tatum)
Sophie at 5 yrs old (Foxy x McConaughey)

(Note: "White" heelers are rare, but has happened for me)

Quincy: Kidman's litter (Sarandon x Clooney lines)

A quick scroll down Memory Lane...

Aniston steals a moment with her baby at the neighbor's house

Chloe's 2013 litter

Chloe (RIP- January 31, 2016)

There are 5 pups in the photo below: Find Abby (hint: she's red and white)

  Swift's litter  (RIP: 11-17-2016) 

Aniston's past litter

A gorgeous grown pup (chocolate colored) from Sarandon x Tatum


YouTube Video


as a pup 

at 3 weeks old  

...and about 8 weeks old


This guy was born without a tail.  He is a stumpy tail heeler (neutered now).

Tatum's Dam, Pocket 
(Midler's granddam, and Ballerini's great-granddam)
This dam was a small blue stumpy tail (about 30 pounds)

 These lines (carried on by Midler, and Ballerini) are Australian Stumpy Tail Heelers 

and Pocket, Tatumand Ballerini are also registered with the

  Working Stock Dog World Registry

Usually about half the litter (or more) is born without a tail-the rest have tails and can be docked upon request...or left as they are naturally born.

Heelers are born white and get color at about 3 weeks of age

The ears stand up from 3 weeks to 3 months of age

Pfeiffer (below) and a litter of her pups at birth (all blues)-but born white

Pfeiffer unexpectedly passed away on 1-31-2018.  She was 9 years old 

Shelton Blue is the same line as Pfeiffer (her dam is his granddam)

so Ballerini is also from this amazing line (and Tatum's stumpy tail line).

Most of my dams and sires are registered with

                                                                                                       Enjoy more pictures of past litters and my breeding females below:  

Swift's litter 


Chloe, Swift and Aniston's litters

                                        Chloe's Litter                                                                 Aniston's Litter                         


 Swift's Litter (at almost 3 wks old)

 This beats a bowl of cherries, any day!

Pfeiffer and Foxy  with previous litters below.   

Pfeiffer and Foxy's past litters here at The Lewis Ranch... 



Sarandon's past litters below



   November 4, 2012 Sarandon's litter-a sea of beautiful colors.

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More pics of my Females and their past litters:



Swift (now deceased) is medium in size...verrrry sweet and loving (loves kids and everyone's puppies). 





Aniston (spayed now) is my tallest female and goes camping, sticks close, and loves to go.  Her last litter was August, 2016.


Aniston ready to pop and chillaxin

  Aniston's October 30th, 2012 pups at their new homes:


  ...and I'm never going out in the snow again!


a smaller blue female-she weighed about 29 pounds (Shelton Blue is her nephew)

This is Bingo...an all white pup from Pfeiffer's first litter. 

He never got the black hairs (ticking) that make a heeler blue.

The white heeler is a rare color of heeler  and Pfeiffer has now thrown a few in her litters but there is NO WAY TO KNOW WHICH PUP WILL BE WHITE (or cream), SINCE ALL PUPS ARE BORN WHITE..they normally get color at about 3 weeks of age.  

Bingo had no color but some get a hint of tan on ears and undercoat.  The pup in her second litter got some tan on ears/back-it was very light

If a solid white one is in the litter (usually known by 3-4 wks old), it will probably already belong to someone by the time we realize it is a "white" pup.   If they are ok with a white one, the pup is theirs...if they would rather have a blue, they will move to the next blue pup available in the next litter.  This is up to the owner of the pup, of course.

If a "white" pup becomes available to sell...I will notify those who have indicated they want a shot at a white one, reserved folks first, and then those who just emailed to indicate interest in a white one.  It will be first come, first serve at this point.

*Note: I haven't had a white pup in several years,

but coats of pups vary from light to dark (red and blue).  



This female was very light blue with red and blue speckles.  She threw blue pups and an occasional red one in the litter.  

Some blues will have typical tan markings, some will not (blue without tan).  Most of her pups had many colors.  

No way to know at birth which pups will be light and which will be a more typical darker blue, ...or which will end up with tan markings, or have a chocolate color or ?.  They get color at about 3-4 weeks of age and this is when we can tell; no real way to reserve for a chocolate or white, or light...unless you decline a pup after it is obvious it will not get the color you desire.  You can specify your interest in one, or specify you do not want tan legs/chest and I can try to work that out but there is no guarantee...you can always back out of a pup you have chosen, and wait for the next litter, at any time before they go home.

A pup of Sarandon's, and one of Foxy's-all grown up... at home.

 Note: Most of Sarandon's blue pups ended up blue with no tan (which gives the appearance of a black heeler).

Chesney is a granddaughter of Sarandon.

At about 10 days old:


I call this pup a "chocolate" heeler...no tan on paws or chest or face...just a blue heeler that turned chocolate 

Sarandon, had a brother this color!

Or once in awhile one appears to be white with some traces of black around ears.  They are not quite 5 wks in the pictures below.  

She always had colorful litters.


EMAIL if you are interested in reserving for a pup from one of the upcoming litters or reserving specifically for a particular dam's litter.

Reserving ahead gets you a pup quicker, but please realize I don't control litter size, color or gender, or if they "take" when they are bred; this is left to nature. 


Australian Stumpy Cattle Dogs:

This is Tatum's mom (born with no tail) and Tatum...her son (also born with no tail)
 Registered with Working Stock Dog World Registry, LLC,  

Clooney's sire: McConaughey 

McConaughey napping by the fire


Just a lil bit comfy...we weighed McConaughey in November of 2014 and he weighed 80 pounds!  


More pictures of 
our Females:  Aniston, PfiefferSarandonBonnie, and Swift

Aniston's pups after going to their homes:  

   Most have spots and always have some tan paws/muzzle/ears/butterfly on chest.

A couple of McConaughey x Aniston pups all grown up  (Clooney is from this cross)



                                              Swifts litter                                                           


Pfeiffer's litter


Pfieffer litter at 4 days old above
and at about 3 weeks old below, and getting some color (except Bingo, the white pup )

Scroll down to see a blast from the past, with pictures of past litters and my bloodlines.  

    2 of Aniston's pups at home

Dakota (she was rescued at 1 yr old and was half Queensland, spayed, and passed away at 17 years old).  

 She used to roam around the 30 acre ranch at will, but once she lost her hearing she was put safely into our backyard.

She was the "Mayor of Elderwood"

Palomino ( my baby... and a real boy, not a dog)...Corgi/Lab mix??? 

He was adopted at 6 wks old and then neutered

Palomino finding some sunshine in his last days

RIP (March 17, 2004 to February 20, 2017)

 Pali...You were truly a real boy to me. 



Short, tough, and brave was he

This boy who was a dog

His home with us was meant to be

And we were blessed by God


Short in stature, but tall of mind

His heart could not be beat

Big dogs like him are hard to find

With legs that didn’t reach


Boating, Camping, a race around the tent

This real boy had some fun

Bury a doughnut, and off he went

Fast as his legs could run


His grin, it went from ear to ear

The boy could do no wrong

His dog days soon turn into years

We loved him for so long


Goodbye to you, my Pali boy

I loved you like a son

Rest your eyes and hurt no more

Your adventures are all done


In the mountains somewhere

Or buried on the shore

I know there is a treasure there

Where you have gone before


Tina Lewis (mom) ‘2017’


These are archived pics.

More Pictures 

McConaughey, below, one summer, with his girls, Senseney and Aniston.  

McConaughey  (3 yrs old below and already chubby) with Red, and Senseney in the background

McConaughey...taking time from his busy breeding schedule to smell the roses... 

or plastic horse heads.

and here with Senseney-what a tank he was.


Chloe was a daughter of Senseney by Bandit



Our Females and their past litters:

Senseney: (Deceased now but not forgotten); red female

This is Senseney, she was such a good mom, very athletic and energetic.  Loved to fetch, and play catch with the kids with little pebbles, when no ball was available.  Loved to catch squirrels and gophers and mice.  She was very lean and stayed very active.  Foxy was her daughter and is also now deceased.  McConaughey sired these pups and is gone now too.




Senseney taking care of orphaned kittens


A Senseney puppy by Bandit...pick me please!




McConaughey's Dad:  Where it all began...


 Proud Grandpa! 

Bandit was sleeping and was accidentally run over in our driveway and had to be put down due to his injuries on Monday, October 16th, 2006.

I should thank Rick Tucker, DVM  for going above and beyond to help me that day.

Bandit is greatly missed.

The Good News is...We were fortunate enough, to get McConaughey from a litter that Bandit fathered about 2 weeks before he died, out of a really nice red female heeler that had been mated to him weeks earlier.  Clooney was just a year old when his sire, McConaughey passed.