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    02-13-2012, 01:06 AM
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Originally Posted by sierrams1123    
OMG!!! So stinking cute! I like female #2 and female #4!!!
I think Chloe would LOVE to have one for a little sibling!
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    02-13-2012, 01:08 AM
They look like liiiiiiiittle baby panda bears So cute!!! The big male is the size of two puppies lol.
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    02-13-2012, 01:34 AM
Originally Posted by DrumRunner    
I think Chloe would LOVE to have one for a little sibling!
I know Cadyn sure would.

Seeing as I already have a Boarder Collie puppy my next one will be a Cocker Spaniel, just because I have been wanting one for so long. I will be getting more boarder collies in the future though, smartest dogs ever! My puppy can sit, shake, lay, crawl, stay, and kennel all by voice commands. She also knows what back, get down, cookie, no, and hush means. She is only 23 weeks old, almost 6 months old.
    02-13-2012, 04:00 PM
Thanks guys . "Guinea pig was my first thought too with the one little male laying all bunched up like that too .

Drafty, this is the best pic I really have of momma right now. I am really hoping we get cattle this year so that I can get some pix and video of her working.

And I did get a very unflattering picture of the stud the other day in the middle of a rain/snow storm so forgive his scroungy appearance, he had been playing in the mud.
    02-13-2012, 04:07 PM
Ahhh I love male number 1 and female 2!!! Wish you weren't so far away I would have to get one otherwise!
    02-13-2012, 04:13 PM
I love how the male is marked. And the female has nice, classical markings. I love watching border collies work a herd. You'll have to take vid if you do get some cows.

A couple of people have told me that my Cash looks border collie/st bernard instead of the australian shepherd/st bernard we are pretty sure he is. He doesn't do the border collie drop when he's stalking something or is "herding," though (you know, where the collie will drop down really low to the ground?). He does the aussie head drop, however (where they drop their head level with their back and get all intense).
    02-13-2012, 04:23 PM
LOL, Oh, I know the "creep" all too well.
    02-13-2012, 04:30 PM
You mean like this? ROFL!

    02-13-2012, 04:45 PM
We have a "rescue", mostly border collie at our barn (I say "rescue" in quotes because the barn is right near a reserve and the dog just showed up one day, intact, untrained, skinny and does not like men). Smart as a whip he is and loves to help you sweep, clean stalls and herd the cats (oddly they don't mind?). And an absolute suck haha he wants to be a lapdog. I love border collies but unfortunately, living in the city, having one is not really an option :(
So I will live vicariously through your puppies robs hahaha they are adorable! And momma looks so pleased with them :)
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    02-13-2012, 04:49 PM
I love it drafty.

Even our older pups, being only about 4 months old, are starting to show promise of the creep to come.....

And the "stare" to go along with it LOL

Anebel, that is too cool that he herds the cats, my cats don't take to that too well LOL. I couldn't imagine not having them around though I can see how living in the city could be a problem.
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