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Border Collie Pictures

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Left Profile - Scottie the Border Collie sitting outside

Scottie the Border Collie at 7 years old

Scottie the Border Collie standing on grass in front of a stick with its head looking to the right

Scottie the Border Collie at 7 years old

Left Profile - Scottie the Border Collie laying in grass with a stick in its mouth

Scottie the Border Collie at 7 years old

Left Profile - Scottie the Border Collie laying in grass with the stick on his front paws

Scottie the Border Collie at 7 years old

 

Audria the Border Collie sitting outside and looking at the camera holder with its mouth open

Audria the Border Collie at 1 and a half years old

Right Profile - Audria the Border Collie sitting outside in leaves with its mouth open

Audria the Border Collie at 1 and a half years old

Audria the Border Collie sitting in a small pile of leaves. Another dog is in the background

Audria the Border Collie at 1 and a half years old

Audria the Border Collie standing in a field with its tail up and its mouth open

Audria the Border Collie at 1 and a half years old

Audria the Border Collie standing in grass and looking to the left

Audria the Border Collie at 1 and a half years old

 

Barney the Border Collie sitting on a stack of hay with its front right paw in the air

"Barney is an 18-month-old Border Collie who, when we first had him, was only a couple of hours off being put to sleep because of problems with aggression (fear based—like many collies, he can be shy and timid) and rounding up children (another very common problem with young, bored BCs). Basically he hadn't been socialized and was not getting enough exercise."

Barney the Border Collie walking through a field with large grass. Barneys tongue is on its nose

"We have now had Barney for a little over 6 months. He is turning into a great dog, although he's still only young and very excitable. We have socialized him with people and dogs and encourage him to experience new things in a positive way. He gets an hour or two of exercise everyday, and as well as running and swimming, I make sure he uses his brain. He has to jump over or onto objects, do sit/stays, retrieve or do couple of tricks for me. This means that Barney is now much calmer in the house—tired dogs are definitely better behaved dogs."

Barney the Border Collie is jumping up in the air to catch a tennis ball

"He is a great dog and a good representative of his breed (showing both the good: faithful, playful, active, intelligent and very willing to please and bad characteristics: slightly timid in new situations and noise phobic (he hates gunshots, he also has a strong chase instinct.)) Barney, like many BCs I've met, doesn't show any interest in other dogs out on walks, he is totally focused on you and the ball, everything else is invisible! I would say Border Collies can make wonderful pets but people should not assume because they are so clever, they will settle down into the family routine straight away, knowing what's expected...it just means that while a normal dog would lie down and sleep, during the day, Border Collies will think of 50 things to do to entertain themselves before the end of the morning and you probably won't find most of them funny! With the right training and enough exercise though, they make fantastic pets.... I couldn't imagine being without one now!"

 

Doc the Border Collie sitting in dirt and looking to the left with its mouth open and tongue out

Doc the black and white Border Collie

 

Cyrano the Border Collie running out of an agility tunnel and turning to the left

Cyrano the crazy agility dog! Photo courtesy of Blackwatch Border Collies

 

Dot the Border Collie hearding sheep

Dot doing what she was born to do, herding! Photo courtesy of Blackwatch Border Collies

 

Jade the Border Collie laying on a rug with its paw and face over a red cloth frisbee toy

Jade the Border Collie with her toy

 

Left Profile - Cody the Border Collie looking at the camera holder with its mouth open and tongue out

This is Cody, a 7-year-old, tricolor Border Collie. He has titles in obedience, herding, flyball, agility and therapy.

 

Close Up - Kaiya the Border Collie puppy laying in a dog bed with a plush toy

Kaiya the Border Collie as a 4 month old puppy—"I think the markings on her face are very unique; she looks like a bandit or like she's wearing sunglasses."

Close Up - Kaiya the Border Collie wearing a  pink and black collar and  leash looking to the right and sitting outside

Kaiya the Border Collie at 1 year old—"She is a playful girl who never runs out of energy and is always awake and ready to play. Her best friend is my first dog, a German Shorthaired Lab. She is in agility, tracking and a great soccer player and she is only one year old."

 

Close Up - Star the Border Collie laying on a tiled floor

Star the Border Collie

Star the Border Collie laying outside with its head turned to the left

Star the Border Collie

 

Patty the Border Collie laying on a bench outside in front of a window

"This is Patty on an important squirrel watch! Patty is in Piedmont CA, along with Alan and Loretta Eskenazi."

Rory the Border Collie resting outside next to flower pots

Rory the Border Collie resting amongst the flower pots

 

Bucky the Border Collie standing in front of an outside wall and looking towards the camera holder

Bucky's Border Collie

 

Brook a Border Collie laying outside in front of bushes

This is Brook, a blue merle Border Collie.

 

Brandy the Border Collie sitting in front of a brown backdrop with its mouth open and its tongue out

This is Brandy, a one-year-old red and white Border Collie. Photo courtesy of Border Collie Rescue of Texas

 

Reilly the Border Collie laying outside in grass with its mouth open and tongue out

Reilly the Border Collie at 2 years old

Reilly the Border Collie laying outside looking into the distance with its mouth open and tongue out

Reilly the Border Collie at 2 years old

Reilly the Border Collie laying outside with its mouth open and tongue out. Reilly is also wearing a skull and bones collar with the skull shaped like a paw print

Reilly the Border Collie at 2 years old

Reilly the Border Collie standing outside with its mouth open and tongue out and its head held up with teal dog tags on his collar

Reilly the Border Collie at 2 years old

Reilly the Border Collie laying outside with its mouth open and tongue out and its head held up

Reilly the Border Collie at 2 years old