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Border Collie Mixture Dog for Adoption in Winter Park, Colorado, 80482 US Nickname: Tommy/Gus Posted Breed: Border Collie / Mixed. Gus is very smart…
Additional Information: We live out on the Eastern Plains of Colorado. We raise AKC rough coat collies .They are normal eyed some non-carrier pups .We have MDR1 and OFA Hips And DM testing on some of our Adults. I have a 6 year old pure for sable collie for sale she has good hips ofa and DM normal eyes are Clear.She is very sweet .Doesn't like
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Collie Dog for Adoption in Pueblo West, Colorado, 81007 US Nickname: Rocco Posted Breed: Collie (medium coat). Attractive 7-year-old b...
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A map of the USA showing in red which states have a specified dog breed as an official symbol Thirteen states of the United States have designated an official state dog breed. Maryland was the first state to name a dog breed as a state symbol, naming the Chesapeake Bay Retriever in 1964. Pennsylvania followed the year after, naming the Great Dane as its official breed. Dog breeds are mostly affiliated with the states that they originated in. North Carolina chose the Plott Hound as it was the only dog breed indigenous to the state. Other official state dogs also are indigenous to their state, including the Boston Terrier (Massachusetts) and the Alaskan Malamute (Alaska). Pennsylvania selected the Great Dane not because of its origin, but because it was introduced by early settlers in the state to be used as a hunting and working dog; it was chosen over the Beagle, which was also proposed around the same time. Two of the more recent successful campaigns to name a state dog have been started by schoolchildren.
The Greyhound is a breed of dog, a sighthound which has been bred for coursing game and Greyhound racing. Since the rise in large-scale adoption of retired racing Greyhounds, the breed has seen a resurgence in popularity as a family pet. According to Merriam-Webster, a Greyhound is "any of a breed of tall slender graceful smooth-coated dogs characterized by swiftness and keen sight", as well as "any of several related dogs," such as the Italian Greyhound. It is a gentle and intelligent breed whose combination of long, powerful legs, deep chest, flexible spine and slim build allows it to reach average race speeds exceeding . The Greyhound can reach a full speed of within , or six strides from the boxes, traveling at almost for the first of a race. thumb "Gray-Hound" in a 1658 English woodcut Margaret Gorman with her pet Greyhound, "Long Goodie", in April 1925 A racing Greyhound at full extension Greyhound in double suspension Retired racing greyhound adjusted to companionshipA "smiling" retired racing dog with a brindle pattern.
The Rough Collie (also known as the Long-Haired Collie) is a long-coated breed of medium to large size dog that in its original form was a type of collie used and bred for herding in Scotland. Originating in the 1800s, it is now well known through the works of author Albert Payson Terhune, and through the Lassie novel, movies, and television shows. There is also a smooth-coated variety; some breed organisations, including both the American and the Canadian Kennel Clubs, consider the smooth-coat and rough-coat dogs to be variations of the same breed. Rough Collies generally come in shades of sable, merles, and tri-coloured. This breed closely resembles the smaller Shetland Sheepdog, but the two breeds do not have an exclusive linear relationship.