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Border Collie

Border Collie


Height: 17-24 inches

Weight: 30-45 lbs.

Life Span: 12-14 yrs.

Breed Group: Herding Dogs

Overview
The Border collie's reputation as the world's best sheepherding dog comes from its supreme intelligence, herding instinct, and demonstrated superiority in obedience and tracking trials.

These dogs must have constant stimulation or they may develop behavioral problems, such as household destruction or biting.

Border collies are outgoing and friendly and get along with children and other animals.

Appearance
The Border collie's coat can be short and smooth, or medium-long and rough.

Most commonly, its marking is black with traditional white blaze, collar, stockings, and tail tip, and occasionally tan points, although a variety of colors and markings is possible.

Grooming & Exercise Needs
Border collies need to be brushed weekly. They also need to be kept busy to avoid behavioral problems.

Sign this dog up for obedience, tracking, agility, or Flyball activities--or all of them!

Origins
The Border collie has been used for sheepherding throughout Great Britain and Ireland for over 200 years.

Special Alerts
The Border collie is unsuitable for apartment living and needs an experienced owner.

Breed-related health concerns: osteochondritis dissecans, progressive retinal atrophy.

 


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