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“I have three roughs and have also fostered them. They...”

Written on: 01/02/2010

I have three roughs and have also fostered them. They are great dogs for any family as long as you walk them and groom them regularly. If not they can get bored(destructive) and the hair will knot up and become a problem. You can always get a smooth collie and that will reduce the hair maintenance… Read Full Review

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“My nan has had Rough Collies since before I was born;...”

Written on: 22/03/2009 by CloClo1 (22 reviews written)

My nan has had Rough Collies since before I was born; two bitches, and their current dog.
The first lived to be 9, and the second 13. William is now 11, and slowing down. Unforunately, all of them have lost, or are losing, the use of their back legs during later life.
They all get on wonderfully with other dogs. They tend to be quite nervous, but William (a rescue) has got worse as time goes on, so we think it is how my nan reacts to things that causes it.
Also, they're not the most… Read Full Review

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“I have a Collie cross who will be 5 this year. She is...”

Written on: 19/04/2006 by AndreaG (242 reviews written)

I have a Collie cross who will be 5 this year. She is a wonderful dog to have, and is protective, loyal, intelligent and quite comical. Although she is nearly 5 she is still very puppy like, and she can be quite excitable. She is good at everything from swimming to digging. The only thing is, she is a very picky eater and will refuse to eat anything that she does not think smells nice. Fair enough really… Read Full Review

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“I have two collies (sable and white) and (tri-colour)...”

Written on: 28/04/2004 by david morrison (1 review written)

I have two collies (sable and white) and (tri-colour) and I wouldn't be without them. But, this dog is not for those with a hectic lifestyle. I would recommend it to people with teenagers so it will be walked. If you have young children, this dog is also suited to you as long as it will be well-mantained.

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“I have had two collies. Not every collie is exactly...”

Written on: 12/04/2004 by mcnabbmncow (1 review written)

I have had two collies. Not every collie is exactly as smart as "Lassie", but they are highly intelligent. Very, very good at initial potty training and getting them to go outside. One more thing...work VERY well with electrical invisible fences. Our dog learned it in 2 days. Even without his electric collar on, still never leaves yard. Good with kids, good with other dogs. Not aggressive. Will bark sometimes, but settles down… Read Full Review

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