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Shetland Sheepdog Characteristics

The Shetland Sheepdog, or Sheltie, is an intelligent, quick, and obedient herding dog from Scotland's remote Shetland Islands. Modern-day "Shelties" are loving, devoted companions for whole families and superstars in dog sports like agility and obedience. With proper training and early socialization, the Sheltie can mesh well with adults, children, and other animals with ease.

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  • Energy Moderate
  • Size Medium
  • Trainability Accommodating

Shelties are often mistaken for their larger cousin, the Collie. The two share a similar cone-shaped face and fluffy rough coat, but standing between 13-16 inches at the shoulder, the Shetland Sheepdog is a bit shorter than the Collie. Eager to be trained and directed, the Sheltie is a top-notch competitor and loves to have a job, whether that's competing in an agility course or herding sheep.


The dense undercoat makes these dogs heavy shedders, and we don’t recommend them for people with sensitive allergies. Sheltie families should plan for regular grooming and frequent brushing to keep stray hair to a minimum.  These dogs come in a variety of striking coats, including blue merle and sable.  Shelties are relatively calm in smaller homes and can handle apartment living if they're provided frequent walks. Otherwise, they live their best lives with a fenced-in yard where they can run around. 

This breed is notoriously smart. A combination of their athletic ability, intelligence, and willingness to please makes them a top contender within performance events in their size group. This collection of attributes can make them successful athletes or successful escape artists, depending on how their energy is used. Ensuring these dogs have a job and purpose will help funnel their energy properly and ensure you don't have to chase them down at the dog park.

How dog-friendly is New Orleans?

A recent study from WalletHub analyzed the 100 biggest US cities to find the most pet-friendly places for owning a dog. In the study, New Orleans is ranked as the 10th most pet-friendly. The city is one of the best places to raise a healthy, with a 10th overall ranking for pet health and wellness. New Orleans also ranks 34th for pet budget meaning the city is an affordable location for having a pet.

Dog parks and outdoor activities in New Orleans

New Orleans has a variety of dog parks and other outdoor activities for your dog to enjoy the warm Louisiana weather. Many of these dog parks are off-leash parks so your dog can roam without restraint. Some of the most popular off-leash dog parks in the city include City Park, The Dog Levee, Crescent Park, NOLA City Bark, and Wisner Dog Park.


New Orleans also has several pet-friendly hiking trails for you and your dog to get out in nature. A few spots to explore with your dog include Louis Armstrong Park, Couturie Forest, Woldenberg Riverfront Park, and Bayou Sauvage Ridge Trail.

Life in New Orleans with a dog

New Orleans has over 200 pet-friendly restaurants meaning you’ll have no shortage of choices when you want to get a bite to eat with your dog. A few of the most popular dog-friendly restaurants in the city are Flamingo A-Go-Go, Cafe Amelie, Ugly Dog Saloon & BBQ, and The Bulldog Uptown.


New Orleans has many other dog-friendly businesses, including pet stores, daycares, groomers, and spas. One of the best places to take your dog is the historic French Quarter. There you can enjoy live music, great food, and a variety of pet-friendly vendors.


If your friends or family are headed to New Orleans for a visit, they will find plenty of pet-friendly hotels to stay in with their dogs. Many of these spots won’t charge extra fees for bringing a pet on the journey. Some of the most popular dog-friendly hotels in New Orleans are Magnolia New Orleans, St. Charles Inn, the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery, and the Bienville House Hotel.

Popular dog breeds in New Orleans

New Orleans is home to a diverse mix of dog breeds. Some of the most popular breeds in the city are Poodles, Rottweilers, Bulldogs, Dachshunds, Golden Retrievers, Boxers, French Bulldogs, German Shepherds, Beagles, and Labs. No matter which breed you want to add to your family, your new pup will find many of its canine companions across the city.

 

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