Red, Brindle, Gold, Black, Blue Merle, Lilac, White, Sable, Blue, Sable Merle, Red Merle, Liver, Chocolate
Alert, Energetic, Intelligent, Responsive, Tenacious
A tri-color Border Collie face.
A working Border Collie helps to illustrate the significant variation in appearance.
A tri-color Border Collie.
Border Collie with different colored eyes.
"Australian Red" Border Collie
A Border Collie in Wales
A Border Collie puppy
Border Collie puppy at seven weeks.
Apartment-friendly dogs are the best pick for owners who do not have a spacious play area for their dog. The lower a dog's energy level, the more apt it may be for apartment-life.
Family-friendly dogs are breeds that interact well with children. These dogs remain good-natured even when subjected to a child's poking and grabbing.
Higher-requirement dogs tend to need more frequent play time in larger areas, while minimal-need dogs can be left alone more often.
Heavy-shedding dogs sometimes include thick and heavy double-coated breeds. Dogs that are adapted for a cold climate are often heavy shedders.