Border Collies are Scottish herding dogs who are quite smart. They do well in events for tracking, agility, and obedience. One Collie knew 1022 words or more.
In the British Isles, Landrace Collies gave rise to the Border Collie. They were officially acknowledged as a breed by the AKC in 1995 and are currently known as the best sheep herding dogs.
Border Collies can move fast in a crouched stance like a cat for effective herding. They are also very clever, perceptive to their handlers' cues, and have an intense gaze known as "the eye."
The Border Collie is a well-known movie canine who has appeared in a number of films, including The Dog of the Year, Babe, Hotel for Dogs, Snow Dogs, and Day After Tomorrow.
The most trainable dog in the dog kingdom Highly intelligent Excellent pets
Not for first time owners Need to be groomed regularly Exercise and training is a must
Black and white Border Collies have a double coat that is both rough and smooth. Matting and shedding are prevented by weekly brushing. Baths are rarely taken.
Border Collies typically have good health, but they can also be prone to inherited conditions such osteochondrosis dissecans, epilepsy, retinal atrophy, and hip dysplasia.
Highly clever, active dogs with a strong herding instinct, Border Collies are. To prevent harmful behaviour, they need enough of instruction and physical and mental stimulation.
Good for households that can devote enough time to training, household chores, and pet and kid socialisation. inappropriate for flats.