Border Collie

The Life of Animals | Border Collie | In general, Border Collies are medium-sized dogs without extreme physical characteristics and with a moderate amount of coat, the which means not much hair will be shed. Black Tricolour (black / tan / white or sable and white), red (chocolate) and white, and red Tricolour (red / tan / white) also occur regularly, with other colors Such as blue, lilac, red merle, blue merle, Brindle, and "Australian red" / gold seen less frequently. Border Collies may also have single-color coats Eye color varies from deep brown to amber or blue, and occasionally occur eyes of differing color The ears of the Border Collie are also variable - some have fully erect ears, some fully dropped ears, and others semi-erect ears (similar to Those of the rough Collie or sighthounds). Although working Border Collie handlers Sometimes have superstitions about the appearance of Their dogs (handlers may avoid mostly white dogs due to the unfounded idea That sheep will not respect a white or almost all white dog), in general a dog's appearance is Considered by the American Border Collie Association to be irrelevant.

Dogs Bred for showing are more homogeneous in appearance than working Border Collies, since to win in conformation showing They must conform closely to breed club standards are specific on That many points of the structure, coat, and color. Kennel clubs specify, for example, that the Border Collie must have a "keen and intelligent" expression, and that 'the preferred eye color is dark brown. In Deference to the dog's working origin, scars and broken teeth received in the line of duty are not to be counted against a Border Collie in the show ring. Border Collies require considerable daily physical exercise and mental stimulation.The Border Collie is an intelligent breed in fact, it is Widely Considered to be one of the most intelligent dog breeds. Although the primary role of the Border Collie is that? Of the working stock dog, dogs of this breed are Becoming increasingly popular as pets.

True to Their working heritage, Border Collies make-very demanding, energetic pets are better off in That households can That Provide them with plenty of play and exercise with Humans or other dogs. As a result, an alarming number of Border Collies end up in shelters and rescues every year. As with many working breeds, Border Collies can be motion-sensitive and They may chase moving vehicles.
CEA is a congenital, Inherited eye disease involving the retina, choroid, and sclera That Sometimes affects Border Collies. In Border Collies, it is Generally a mild disease and rarely significantly impairs vision. Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis (NCL) is a rare but serious disease, That Is limited to show Border Collies.  Responsible for the TNS mutation has been found in Border Collies in English working dogs, show dogs in That had originated in Australia and New Zealand, and in unrelated Australian working dogs. There is no cure, but a DNA test is now available to detect carriers as well as affected dogs. Working Border Collies can take direction by voice and whistle at long distances by when herding.  The use of dogs for herding sheep makes good economic sense.

In the USA, the national sanctioning body for these competitions is the USBCHA In the UK it is the International Sheep Dog Society, in Canada the Canadian Border Collie Association (CBCA) and in South Africa it is the South African Sheepdog Association. Border Collies excel at dog sports in Several Addition to Their Success in sheepdog trials.  Herding instincts and trainability can be tested for when introduced to sheep or at noncompetitive instinct tests. Border Collies herding exhibiting basic instincts can be Trained to Compete in sheepdog trials and other events herding They perform well at some higher jump heights at dog agility competitions, so much so That in England, competitions Often include classes for ABC dogs, "Anything But Collies The Border Collie's speed, agility, and stamina have allowed them to Dominate in dog activities like flyball and disc dog competitions.  Border Collies have a highly developed sense of smell and with high drive Make Their excellent and easily motivated tracking dogs for Tracking trials trials.These Simulate the finding of a lost person in a controlled situation where the performance of the dog can be evaluated, with titles Successful awarded for dogs


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