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Border Collie

The Border Collie dog breed is characterized by being very agile, faithful, with a brilliant intellect and super cute! This little dog is all advantages.

Other characteristics that the Border Collie breed has

Height: Between 45 and 55 centimeters.

Weight: Between 10 and 25 kilos.

Physical characteristics: The Border Collie dog is a medium-sized dog with a proportionate and athletic body.

Sometimes the Border Collie dog has one blue eye and one brown eye.

The most curious thing about the Border Collie dog is its intelligence! And the Collie dog is tremendously smart and tops the list of the most intelligent dogs. His learning ability is brutal! And if you teach him properly, your Collie dog will surely have more lights than many people.

The Border Collie breed dog and its origins as a sheepdog

The Collie dog arrived in Great Britain between the 5th and 1st centuries BC, accompanying the Celtic communities and its main function was to take care of the flock! His tremendous patience makes him the best companion for a shepherd and it is said that his gaze is capable of hypnotizing the other animals, which obey him without question. In addition, the Border Collie breed can spend a whole day stalking sheep, cows or goats. They never get tired! and He loves his job!

If you train him and please him you will have the best dog in the world. So grab the frisbee and let's play!

He needs one hour walks so he will stay active and healthy. If this is true you will enjoy good physical and mental health.

Did You Know?

1. Origin: It is estimated, thanks to verified writings, that its first appearance dates back to the 10th century when it was a fundamental breed to combat wolves, especially in Scottish lands.

2. He is capable of associating a huge number of objects with sounds or gestures, depending on what his master asks of him, and bringing them to his feet.

3. They can recognize more than 1000 words and relate them

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