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Friendly bearded collie club

friendly bearded collie club Features: Expectations: Bred For: Coat: Club Recognition: Nuisance barking, digging and chewing habits can result if the bearded bollie does not receive enough exercise. Bearded collies are medium-sized dogs, ranging in height from 20 to 22 inches and in weight from 50 to 60 pounds (20 to 25 kilograms). They are longer than they are tall and underneath the coat are very lithe, athletic dogs.

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Bearded Collie FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About Bearded Collie Dogs

find bearded collie puppies By Michele Welton. Copyright © 2000-2014 What kind of temperament and personality does the Bearded Collie have? I give you my honest opinions about Bearded Collie temperament and personality traits and characteristics – positives AND negatives – in my dog breed review, Bearded Collie Temperament and Personality Traits (What's Good About 'Em, What's Bad About 'Em). Do crossbred or mixed breed Bearded Collies make good pets? Many do make good pets, yes, in the right homes.

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Bearded Collie Training

bearded collie training Beardie Collie Training and Temperament The exuberant Beardie is playful and lively with a constantly wagging tail. They are perfect children’s companions. The Beardie needs the company of people. They are very trainable for many activities. Obedience training is a must as Beardies can be headstrong. As with all dogs, Beardie Collie training should be started as a puppy. To prevent behavioral problems later in life, training should follow a recognized training regime.

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Bearded collie temperament

bearded collie temperament Temperament Ask any proud Beardie owner about his dog’s temperament and he is likely to answer at once, "Oh, he has a wonderful temperament” But his idea of a “wonderful temperament” may not be yours. And since the Beardie’s temperament is his most important characteristic, it is worth looking more closely at what it is - or should be. The Kennel Club Standard describes the Beardie as "alert, lively, self-confident and active" and as a "steady, intelligent working dog, with no signs of nervousness or aggression.

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Bearded Collie

History Bearded Collies (Beardies, as they are affectionately known) are an old breed, originating from the Scottish Highlands. They were originally kept and bred by farmers as working stock, mainly as drovers. Their speed, stamina and harsh double coats enabled them to spend long hours outside in all kinds of weathers. The Beardie's shaggy coat, also covering the dogs face and chin, gave the breed its name as we all know it now.

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Collie

Rough Collie: The collie, one of the most popular pets, was originally bred as a sheepdog in Scotland. The dog may have been named after a Scottish black sheep, the colley. Collie, breed of large herding dog, developed in Scotland and the north of England to herd sheep and cattle. Two varieties are known. The rough-coated collie has an abundant outercoat of straight, harsh hair, especially on its mane, chest, and tail.

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Bearded Collie

bearded collie rescue dogs Short History of the Breed The Bearded Collie, affectionately called the Beardie, was developed in Scotland as a herding dog. Its ancestors likely included herding dogs from the European continent, such as the Poland Lowland Sheepdog (Polski Owzcarek Nizinny) and the Komondor, blended with the sheep herding dogs of the British Isles. It was developed as an independent worker, able to make decisions concerning the welfare and safety of their charges without depending on the shepherd who might be miles away.

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Bearded collie rescue california

bearded collie rescue california Dally is a dear little girl, who has suffered a lot in these first several months of her life. Her family was on a trip out of town, & on their way home on the highway, 4 month old Dally was tethered in the back of the family pick-up. Unbeknownst to them, she chewed through the bailing twine, and fell out of the back of the truck. A good Samaritan found her some time later, standing on three legs alone in an orchard along the highway.

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Bearded collie rescue

Bearded Collie Rescue Duncan the Wonder Dog, my very first rescue Beardie T here may be things on earth that are sweeter or more rewarding than the look on a rescued dog's face when it realizes it's home and safe. but if there are, I don't know what they could be. Duncan was a rescue Beardie, and Doogie was rehomed with the help of a rescue group -- and I'm thankful every day that they came to me, even now after both have gone over the Rainbow Bridge.

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Bearded collie puppy

Are the dogs in the household happy and healthy? The Good, the Bad and the Ugly by Chris Walkowicz The following article is intended to educate those who are thinking about purchasing a Bearded Collie: Where to buy, Where NOT to buy, and About Puppy Prices. All too often we hear about poor quality dogs, bad temperaments, or sick dogs purchased from pet stores or puppy mills. Hopefully the reader will find this information useful to avoid such situations and find a Beardie that will be a companion for years to come.

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