The Huntaway breed is a New Zealand dog developed for sheep herding.
Huntaways are large, deep-chested dogs that generally weigh in the region of 18–30 kg (40-65 pounds). Their coats can vary in colour; colours include black, black and tan (usually) with some white or brindle. Their coats can also come in different textures; they can be smooth, rough, or grizzly and they are generally floppy eared. A huntaway’s height is usually about 50–60 cm (20-24 inches).
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