The Rough Collie or Longhaired Collie is a large to medium size working dog characterized by a wedge-shaped head which is light in comparison to its whole body, rounded muzzle, almond-shaped eyes, semi-prick ears, and a fluffy low set tail. Originating in Scotland, this dog was color for its herding skills and excels as great family pets at present. The Scottish kind was large, aggressive and strong, bred for herding sheep while the Welsh ones were small, friendly, nimble and domesticated used for looking after goats. They were bred with the sheepdogs of the English, when the latter spotted them at the Birmingham market, the outcome being dogs of long and short hair kinds.
There will be no changes to other Yahoo properties or services, or your Yahoo account. You can find more information about the Yahoo Answers shutdown and how to download your data on this help page. This is something that really annoys me, I have a border collie, he is two years old and stunning, he has a beautiful rough and big fluffy bum lmao, everyone who meets him loves his tail - but when excited Jace likes to raise it over his back, like a Samoyed, it literally curls right over So does that make him NOT a collie because of that??
There will be no changes to other Yahoo properties or services, or your Yahoo account. You can find more information about the Yahoo Answers shutdown and how to download your data on this help page. I own a Smooth Collie. Same thing just without the thick, heavy coat. Some dogs just carry their tails that way.
The Rough Collie has a long standing reputation as one of the most beautiful of dog breeds. The Collie is a relatively healthy breed, but that is is not the only reason why they make the perfect pet to share your life with. A Collie is happy to run in the woods with its family, walk on a lead with them in town, or herd a gaggle of geese on the farm and can adapt to living in towns or the countryside. Collies bond easily with their families whether they are acquired as puppies or as older dogs.