Blue Lacy

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The breed was developed by the four Lacy brothers of Texas in 1858 where they were used to work free-roaming hogs. The decline of hog farming and the decreased numbers of the Lacy family, the Blue Lacy almost went extinct but were brought back to popularity and today are the most common breed used by United States trappers. The medium-sized herders stand 18 to 23 inches tall and weigh 30 to 50 pounds. The Blue Lacy does best when on the job at a farm.



jimmy lacy

have heard about this dog my hole life iam 65

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