The Collie was developed centuries ago to be a herder, watchdog, and companion. Made famous by “Lassie,” a fictional Collie popular in the 1950s, this breed is well-loved as both a working dog and as a pet. Collies come in two varieties – rough coat and smooth coat – but are recognized by their distinctive flopped-over ears, thick hair and long face. These proud dogs are friendly, excellent with children, and are very intelligent and trainable.
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Contrary to popular belief, Shelties are not miniature Collies, but are their own unique breed. A fairly small breed (usually under 25lbs in adulthood), Shetland Sheepdogs are wonderful family pets. They are great with children and other animals, adore their people, and are very willing to obey and please their owners. They are extremely intelligent and quick to learn, and also tend to be fairly vocal. These gentle, playful pups are well-suited for active families.
The Belgian Shepherd is a true working dog. Developed in Belgium in the late 1800's, this breed is highly intelligent and excels at activities like obedience, search and rescue, herding and tracking. Belgian Shepherds are strong, sensitive and active, and make great watchdogs as they tend to be protective of their loved ones. They thrive when given plenty of exercise and a job to do.
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