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  • Breed: Collie
  • Group: Herding
  • Height: 22-26"
  • Weight: 50-75 lbs
  • HypoAllergenic: No
  • Coat: Long
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The Collie is a large and agile herding dog. The “rough” Collie is the most popular and recognizable with its long beautiful and showy coat. There is also a “smooth” Collie which has a shorter coat and has a more sleek appearance.

The Collie is intelligent and quite trainable with good practices and consistency. They are know to be great guardians and get along well with children. They will need daily exercise with space to run. They will love a good game of fetch.

Interesting Facts About the Collie

The Collies written record began around 1800 in Scotland with the belief that it’s ancestors came to that area possibly 2000 years earlier with the Romans during their conquest of Britain. Queen Victoria enjoyed many extended stays at Balmoral Castle on the Scottish Highlands and while there took a great liking to the Collie. This interaction was key in the Collie’s position from a humble shepherd dog to a canine super star!

The Collie was recognized by the AKC in 1885. They were made popular in the 20th Century through stories and movies. Author and dog breeder Albert Payson Terhune popularized the breed for generations of eager young readers who enjoyed stories of the Sunnybank Collies and in 1940, author Eric Knight with his novel Lassie Come-Home resulted in spin-off movies, and a long-running TV show. Lassie made Collies the ideal canine companion of every child’s dreams.