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a silky-coated sheepdog with a long ruff and long narrow head developed in Scotland

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He sprang over the poodle and vigorously attacked a collie, and the collie woke up, and immediately commenced a fierce and noisy contest with the poodle.
The master was running up, but was too far away; and it was Collie that saved the hound's life.
Collie had been taken in charge by one of the woman-gods, who held arms around her neck and petted and caressed her; but Collie was very much perplexed and worried, whining and restless, outraged by the permitted presence of this wolf and confident that the gods were making a mistake.
Take Collie inside and leave the two of them to fight it out," suggested Scott's father.
All of the entries are Border collies, some of the most reputable and talented working dogs to be bred.
Finally, 16 years later, he returned to Scotland and purchased two Border collies from the Grampian Hills of Scotland named Peter and Fred.
Also on SOS's books are two 11-year-old collies, Flossie and Lassie, whose owners have died.
I now have a trio of disabled collies, all under the age of three and all either deaf or with sight problems or both.
However, his dogs cuddled into the stricken shepherd and when a Royal Navy helicopter pilot joined the search yesterday, he found the farm worker after one of the collies was seen running around where her master had collapsed.
Most of the foundation's dogs are golden retrievers, Labradors, German shepherds and border collies.
In recent years, working bearded collies like Mac have climbed from the brin
Cathy and her partner Kelvin Faulkner, who share their home in Roland Avenue, Holbrooks, Coventry, with all five bearded collies, say their antics provide non-stop laughter.
The loveable border collies had been thrown out by their owners after serving their purpose on farms across the country.
The Mullingar centre, which was set up six years ago, has been inundated with requests to take redundant collies and even other animal rescue centres around the country are contacting them.
The Staffordshire-based Border Collie Trust, which rescued 300 of the traditional farm dogs last year, said most of the collies were being killed on hill farms in Wales, Shropshire and Staffordshire where farmers have been forced out of business by a 35 per cent drop in lamb prices.