7 responses

  1. Shirley Barlow
    February 8, 2018

    We have a Border Collie and he is a wonderful dog. Thank you for all the good information.


  2. Rachael Goodin
    March 2, 2018

    Nny daughter purchased a border collie Australian shepherd for me a few weeks ago. We weren’t given much info on Cooper but I’m guessing that he is around 8 mos old. He gets along with my other dogs but is constantly pawing, nipping and at times even obsessed with my little 16 year old chihuahua. What do I do to teach him that this behavior is not ok?? PLEASE HELP!!!!!


    • Danna
      July 9, 2018

      Scold him, in a mean voice say, no bad dog and put him out or in another room but in a few minutes call home and let him know you love him. BUT you must do this the instant you see him acting naughty, never later because he won’t know what it’s all about. These dogs are smart and want to make you happy


  3. Charles Himmer
    October 3, 2018

    Australian Sheppards definitely have a size variety.


  4. Kristina Carroll
    November 26, 2018

    My Blue Merle Aussie is the cutest and most loving dog. he has a pit bull and a Rat terrier chihuahua mix in his pack but they all get along great! He likes to play with the cats too.


  5. Megan
    February 27, 2019

    I am pretty sure you have your images mixed up. The picture without a tail is of an Aussie and you have it labeled as the Border Collie and vice versa…


    • daniel j reading
      October 9, 2019

      Megan I know what you mean! But the one labelled Aussie is certainly an Aussie it just hasn’t had his tail docked (I wish mine had a tail!). You won’t see a Border Collie that color. And if you look closely I think the one labelled Border Collie has his tail tucked down and although it is a bit ambiguous I’m pretty sure it is indeed a Collie and not an Aussie. But I will say I think they could have picked more “typical” dogs for both pictures!


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