Collies originated in Scotland 350 years ago as herders. Some farmers use them as herding dogs, and many are pets. Search-and-rescue dogs often use them.

The main "Collie" types are the Border Collie, Rough Collie, and Bearded Collie. A few more dogs are technically Collie even though it's not in their name.

The Collie is a dog that is known for being calm, loving, and highly sensitive.

Collies are widely regarded as one of the dog breeds with the highest levels of intelligence, which makes it very simple to instruct them in new behaviours.

Collies thrive when they are in the company of other people; hence, you need to ensure that you have enough of time to spend with them.

Collies are great with kids. They're close to all family members. They aren't one-person dogs and can be protective of the family. Collies have no enemies.

Collies are full of boundless energy! Therefore, they require a substantial amount of outdoor space, preferably in the form of a huge garden.

The high amount of energy that Collies possess usually allows them to excel in the sport of agility.

The average lifespan for a Collie is between 12 and 14 years, however I had one that was 19 years old.

Lassie was a Rough Collie, which is a member of the Collie family. Because to Lassie, the Collie breed became exceedingly well-known and loved.

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