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Border Collie Border Terrier Bulldog Bullmastiff Bull Terrier
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physical traits - muscular
- strong
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- small
- stamina
- strength
- tough
- strong
- thick
- muscular
- strong
- powerful
- dependable
- agile
- fast
- strong
- agile
- stocky
- no stop on head
- sloping snout
colors - red
- brown
- black
- black/white
- blue merle
- sa le
- bi-color
- tri-color
- red
- grizzle and tan
- red grizzle
- blue and tan
- wheaten (rare)
- dilute blue and tan (very rare)
- with dark ears. Muzzle dark in young dogs
- shades of red brindle
- solid white
- red or fawn
- fallow or piebald
- black/brindle
- red
- red/brindle
- fawn with black muzzle
- black/brindle with white
- tri-color
- red
- fawn and all white or mostly white with colored head markings
personality/ temperament - highly intelligent
- loyal
- energetic
- spunky
- alert
- responsive
- eager to learn and obedient with much patient training
- eager to please
- affectionate with familiar people
- reserved toward strangers. some can be extremely shy
- fearless
- agile
- active
- alert
- good-natured
- reliable
- sensitive
- quick learners as a result of good problem solving for their own ends
- affectionate
- friendly
- sensitive to mood
- tone and volume of voice
- tough
-
- good disposition
- even-tempered
- gentle
- affectionate
- courageous
- eager-to-please
- resolute
-
- calm
- friendly
- docile
- confident
- alert
- impetuous
- spirited
- intelligent
- tolerant
- endurance
- fearless
- stubborn
- overly protective
- wary of strangers
- becomes bored without stimulation
- courageous
- fun-loving
- affectionate
- loving
- playful
- sensitive
- friendly
- active
- hardy
- energetic
- outgoing
- stubborn
- tenacious
- strong willed
maintenance/ special needs - becomes destructive if not constantly stimulated
- high level of exercise
- patience to train-independent thinkers
- sheds alot
- brush regularly
- not necessarily well suited to most families or homes
- exercise
- train with plenty of positive reinforcement for obedience early
- tidy
- brush daily. Will hunt and kill smaller animals and not reliable off-leash due to strong prey drive. Avid diggers-will dig out of yard if not secured
- trainabl
- brush weekly
- clean wrinkles daily
- sensitive skin
- prone to allergies and health problems due to pushed-in snout
- protect from heat
- little grooming
- drools
- hard to train
- train early
- not good with other pets
- protect from heat
- little grooming
- discipline early
- requires patience to train
- protect from cold and damp
- needs human companionship
- bored if not stimulated
- chronic skin inflammations
- heart disease
- and juvenile kidney failure
- some suscep
nickname - Scottish Collie
- Working Collie
... - English Bulldog
- British Bulldog
... - 'the white Cavalier'
- English Bull Terrier
origination Great Britain Great Britain Great Britain Great Britain, cross of English Mastiff and Bulldog Great Britain cross of Bulldog and now extinct White English Terrier
bred for herding - following horses on foxhunts and worrying them from their lairs
- ratting
bull-baiting - guarding
- companionship
- sporting companion
- dog fights
identifying traits ... ... - short
- stocky
- flat-faced
- wrinkly loose skin on face
... has no stop on snout
height 18~21 (inch) 10~15 (inch) (inch) 24~27 (inch) ...
weight 30~49 (lbs) ... (lbs) 90~130 (lbs) ...
ideal for - companionship
- watchdog
- cattle and sheep herding
- family or field
- companionship
- other pets
- country or city life
- any climate
- watchdog
- family
- other pets
- companionship
- city or country life
- watchdog
- family
- other pets
- companionship
- watch dog
- city (with plenty of exercise) or country life
- cooler weather
-
- companionship
- city (with exercise) or country life
- guard dog
good with kids?
yes if over age 10 yrs, strong herding instincts-some may herd and nip smaller children
yes, schoolage
yes
yes
yes, but without proper training this powerful dog could drag a child on a lead
lifespan 12~14 (year) 13~14 (year) 9~11 (year) 10~12 (year) 11~13 (year)
kennel clubs - fci- (sheepdog group)
- akc
- uk-(pastoral group)
- ukc
- saku
- ankc-(working dog group)
- jkc-(sheepdog/cattledog group)
- akc
- ukc
- saku
- ankc
- uk
- nzkc-(terrier dog group)
- fci-(large and medium-sized terrier dog group)
- ckc
- akc-(nonsporting dog group)
- fci-(mastiff type dog group)
- saku
- uk-(utility dog group)
- ckc
- fci-(mastiff type dog group)
- akc
- ukc
- saku
- uk-(working dog group)
- ukc-(guarding dog group)
- ankc
- nzkc-(utility dog group)
- ckc
- fci-(bull type terrier dog group)
- ckc
- akc
- ukc
- saku
- ankc
- uk
- nzkc-(terrier dog group)
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hair type - moderate length
- weather-resistant
- dense and slightly harsh or shiny and soft
- weather resistant
- durable
- doublecoat - outercoat wiry
- and hard
- undercoat soft
- dense and wiry
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- short
- straight
- fine
- close
- flat
- short
- dense
- close to body
- short
- close lying
- glossy
- harsh
rescues - ?Border Collie Rescue of Northern California
- USA ?Midwest Border Collie Rescue ?Wisconsin Border Collie Rescue
... ... ... ...
weight for standard ... ... ... ... (lbs)
ear - deafness
- nervous system
... ... ... - deafness
- nervous
height for standard ... ... ... ... (inch)
bones / joints ... ... ... - ununited anconeal process (elbow dysplasia)
- nervous
...
weight for male ... 13~20 (lbs) ... ... ...
weight for female ... 11.5~18 (lbs) ... ... ...
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