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Border Collie Review

The frame is a medium-sized sporty shepherd dog, ranging in length from eighteen to twenty two inches. The overall appearance is muscular, but slim, not affected by casual fashion. Coats and coats are colorful and colorful. Almond eye is the core of the clever expression-intensive approach to the famous “shepherd’s eye” on the border. Border in motion is one of the most dynamic, balanced and stable citizens in the dog kingdom.

Modern intelligence, athletic ability and training ability provide an excellent point of preparation for agility. The main task of borderline happiness is to do something similar to obedience or submissiveness. They can be kind and with strangers.


Border Collie Characteristics

Height at withers: 53 cm in males
Weight: about 20 kg
Colour: usually black and white tricolor sometimes, gray-blue and white, sable harlequin
Average life: twelve years
Temperament: obedient, responsive, active, affectionate
Relationship with Children: very good
Relationship with other dogs: very good
Skills: herd dog
Space needs: convenient garden and daily exercise
Border Collie power: 350 to 400 g per day of dry complete food
Arrangement: brushed, especially during molting
Maintenance Cost: normal
Overall ranking: Medium Dog Breeds
Classification according to the AKC: Group 7: Dogs of grazing
Classification according to FCI: Group 1: Sheepdogs and Cattle Dogs (except Swiss Cattle Dogs)> Dog grazing

Border Collie Food

Border Wars must prepare good quality pet food under the supervision and approval of a veterinarian, whether commercially or locally. All diets should be appropriate for the dog’s age (puppies, adults or older). Some dogs may be overweight, so keep track of how many calories your dog is consuming and its weight level. Tasty foods could be an important helper in exercise, but overeating can lead to obesity. Find out which foods are healthy for pets and which are harmful. Contact your veterinarian if you have questions about your dog’s weight or diet. There should always be fresh water.

Border Collie Grooming

This seed has two layers. Thick coats are of medium length and feathers, while soft coats are short and thick. Both are weatherproof double tight jackets. Caring for both is the same: the dog should be inspected with a brush one or two times  a week, and often, if necessary, the coat should be removed from carpets, clutter, dirt and debris. Brush your teeth daily during the planting season. As with all varieties, BC nails must be cut regularly.

Border Collie Exercise

This high-energy sport is very active and needs daily exercise, just bypassing the block or walking fast in the yard. When they’ve a place to work and run, they thrive. Non-functioning collisions at the border should be actively exercised daily. Of course, this is not the kind of active owner who likes to be at home or leaves home often. BC is often involved in group work (and they are good), not to mention confidence, agility, crowd games, and sports i.e. ice hockey and volleyball.

Border Collie Training

Early socialization is important for cross-border alliances, as from infancy to about seven months you need to be in active contact with different people and situations. Early and lifelong obedience training will make him feel happy and provide the necessary mental motivation. Border Collie is very smart and well-prepared, as well as a superstar of canine work such as animal husbandry, obedience and dexterity. As animals and people are prone to grazing, they are well connected with adults and educated children. These dpgs love their families, but might avoid strangers.

Border Collie Health

Border collie is usually a very strong and healthy breed. Responsible breeders check the health of the breeding herd, such as pelvic progressive renal atrophy, dysplasia, deafness, epilepsy, eye disorders, neurofibrillary syndrome and neutrophilic snare syndrome. BC ears must be checked on regular basis for symptoms of infection and teeth should be cleaned regularly.

Health tests offered by the National Pedigree Club:

    Assessment of the pelvis

    Ophthalmological evaluation