Tally and Quinn are 5 year old sisters and in need of a new home. A mix of Queensland Heeler and Hanging Tree Cow Dogs. The latter come in so many variations of colors and body types, are a combination of cattle dog and Border Collie. Google some images. Hard to tell the diff. Ideal for herding dog lovers who want a turn key family. No behavior issues, they are mature, no destructive habits, no nipping. And in excellent health. Current on all shots and flea treatment. We have all paperwork for all vet care and shots. Of course, spayed and micro chipped. We've had since puppies. Dad was red heeler, mother was the cow dog (Google images.) looked much like a Border Collie. The girls have traits of both breeds. Raised together, and well adjusted. Not high energy, timid, anxious or needy. Very people friendly, great with kids and have good manners. They love the trampoline! And run next to a bike. Easy way to exercise too. Leash and halter trained, they know basic commands. Trained to alert of strangers, or if something is in the chicken or rabbit pens, like skunks, possum, rats or feral cats. Otherwise, very quiet girls. They patrol our property during the day to keep people away from the back fence in the agricultural fields. They've always slept inside the porch at night. They are free in the 1 acre yard all day. And boarded if we have travel plans which don't include them. They love being in the house for family time for pets and love and just hang out. Never allowed on furniture or beds. Great on car rides. They love squeaky toys. Quinn will chase a ball. Tally swims in the local pond. Lots of fun on camping and beach trips. They've been to obedience classes and have good recall. Both are food driven and 'will work for treats'. Raised around goats, pigs, chickens, an indoor/outdoor cat. And have been around other dogs. They've been allowed to chase squirrels and rats, and recently thought the neighbor's little Yorkie terrier, was one of those. The small dog was bitten in neutral territory. For this reason, we are seeking to re-home the girls. Our family dynamic changed, 1 child gone to college, the other school and working. So I am no longer a stay-at-home Mom. we cannot give the dogs the attention they need. A small re-homing fee to ensure good adopters, includes their beds, bowls, halters and leashes. We are located in Monterey County contact firstname.lastname@example.org more information. thank you.