Herding with dogs (Part 1)
Herding is actually just modified predatory behavior. With help from selective breeding, humans have managed to minimize the dogs natural inclination to treat stock as prey while maintaining the dogs skill of hunting.
Border Collie Health Problems & Diseases (Part 1)
Hip Dysplasia: Hip dysplasia is an abnormal formation in the hip. It can cause painful arthritis and lameness. It is an genetic (Polygenic) and is effected by environmental factors.
10 facts you probably didn't know
Border Collies originated on the border of England and Scotland, and hence the name ”Border” Collie. Border Collies come in all different sizes and colors, because the breed is bred for it’s work and not appearance.
Welcome to Border Collie on Savvity!
Welcome to Border Collies very own community, for all the Border Collie fanatics. Just know, you don't need to own a Border Collie, or even a dog to be a member.
Agility (Part 1)
Agility is a dog sport, where the breed, size or background does not matter. The sport is based on the dog to get through an obstacle course includes: A-frame, Dog walk, Seesaw, Crossover, Tunnel, Collapsed tunnel, Double and triple jump, panel jump, jump, broad jump, tire jump, table, pause box, weave poles.