We have 6 very cute and sweet miniature blue heeler lab puppies. We have 3 girls and 3 boys left out of a litter of 8. These puppies will be about 30-40 pounds full grown. All the puppies have there shots and deworming and have been vet checked. We are only looking for good homes for these sweethearts. If you’re looking at one of these pups to be your next dog, there are a few things you should know. Labraheelers are intelligent and easy to train. Due to their herding tendencies, they are naturally protective and cautious. This makes them good house pets. They gel easily with other pets too. They are very active and need space to run and play. At the same time, they are very affectionate, gentle, energetic, and playful. They do not bark too much and they are not very aggressive. Labraheelers are eager and intelligent, making it easier to train them. Researchers estimate the life expectancy of the Blue Heeler at 12-16 years. For Labs, it’s about 10-12 years. So expect a lifespan of 10-16 years. Both are generally healthy breeds, and the good news is that they do not share a large number of congenital health issues.