Border Collie

Border Collie

Border Collie is an excellent herding dog. They are a type of pastoral dog often trained in herding.

Border Collie is a few of the dog breeds with the highest IQ. All quick-witted dogs needs mental challanges to thrive.

Border Collie cause less strains with shedding in contrast to other breeds. The Border Collie's requires ordinary brushing.

Border Collie is particularly easy to train. Even for beginners it's not troublesome to drill this pedegree dog. Careful training is imperious as the Border Collie is a particularly sensatory pedegree dog. The Border Collie is one of the breeds with the highest energy levels. The dog breed requires a lot of exercise.

The Border Collie's may be a bit reserved, aloof and wary of unknown persons. Tends to be fairly dog aggressive. They are children friendly and good with kids. The Border Collie have a tendency to act like a predator. Careful training is imperious so that the dog can function in society. They may nip and chew, but it is not always instinctively.

This dog breed tend to bark loudly and excessively. They can handle freezing temperatures and can adapt to cold climates. This dog breed is one of the most playful of any pedegree dog. If given the opportunity, they will occasionally play all day long. They prefer to stay close to its owner, rather than running away. It is troublesome to keep this pedegree dog home alone – most Border Collie's really hate it.

Country of creation: this pedegree dog is a breed from United Kingdom. They are easily available in London.

Grouping of Border Collie: Border Collie is approved in the F.C.I. catalogue. The dog breed is acknowledged in the section «Sheepdogs» (1.1) in the grouping «Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs». F.C.I. I.D. for border collie is 297. American Kennel Club groups the dog breed as «Herding Dogs». United Kennel Club involves the dog breed as «Herding Dogs» in their catalogue. Canadian Kennel Club groups the dog breed as «Herders».

Border Collie Health issues: Regrettably, some Border Collie's may obtain formidable health issues. Border Collie is a pedegree dog which is affected by health issues related to hip dysplasia. The hip dysplasia disease is a common strain in larger dogs. This the dog breed are often affected by health issues related to a disease called Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA). The result is blindness in the dog. PRA is inherited as an autosomal recessive trait. The dog breed is more frequently plagued with epilepsy than other dog breeds. Deafness is common in this pedegree dog. Additionally, health issues is prominent health issues in this breed.

The Border Collie's anatomy: This is a medium sized pedegree dog. Male dogs gets as tall as 19 to 22 inches tall. Female dogs can grow to 18 to 21 inches tall. Male dogs can weigh 30 to 45 pounds. Female dogs get 27 to 42 pounds. The border collie has middle-sized half-perked ears. The legs is normally of average length. The Little tail is hanging low. They have a ordinary-sized muzzle. The coat is longhaired.

Colors of this pedegree dog is occasionally most often black and white, also yellow, yellow and white, tri-color, red and white, black and gray, sable, and all black.

Subsidary details about the border collie: Anticipated age for a border collie is 12 to 15 years. Number of pups is normally 4 to 8 puppies. The dog breed is prominent and no problem to notice for sale in classified ads. The border collie were originally bred for herding sheep.

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