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riley - 2009-04-16
I have a german shepherd/border collie/labrodor puppie, very fun and active, and pretty

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Olivia Reddington - 2009-03-08
This dog is so cute I want 1. Please tell me where u got it.

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Wyatt - 2009-02-28
He is the coolest dog.

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Jenny Gregson - 2009-02-24
Border collies are used for herding sheep in a big way in Australia.

Also there is a series of Sheepdog Trials held every year in country towns. Each dog has to herd 3 sheep around a set course and into a pen, guided by only verbal instructions from the handler. There is one held in Grenoch, South Australia, which does the whole Scottish thing, with Pipe bands and Highland dancing.

There's even been a series of Sheepdog Trials on TV.


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Maureen - 2009-01-26
I live with 2 adorable shelties. They love to catch a frisbee, chase a ball and do tricks. If I get busy and don't give them something to do for a few days then they'll let me know by chewing my shoes. They are a great dog to play with, they like to be silly and do tricks, anything for food!! Wonderful begging eyes that you have to be careful of otherwise you'll be treating them all day. They love their food and their people!

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Shavauna - 2008-07-23
My male German Shepherd is so smart, when he was a puppy, I had to work at keeping one step ahead of him. He is always waiting for a command, like, c'mon, let me know what you want me to do already, laugh! High energery, physically and mentally. When we play ball, I purposely will throw it in an area where he really has to work to find it, he loves it! It may take awhile for him to find it, but his tail is constantly wagging, and of course he always gets his ball!

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  • Madison - 2010-03-24
    maybe you should enter him in an agility course like i did with my lab pup
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lance - 2008-06-19
My German Shepherd came to me from a humane shelter which I helped out at. I found him scared of people, which turned anyone away from this beautiful dog. I worked with him as much as I could. I had to sit in his kennell and talk for days with my back to him. He finally came around to me but still wouldn't go to anyone else. I had to adopt him or he'd have to go down. I adopted him and he's finally forgiven people for what was done to him. Now he's the most loving, friendly and playful dog anyone has ever met. I would encourage anyone wanting a great family pet to get a German Shepherd. My sister loves it when he herds my little nephew.

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Anonymous - 2008-05-28
Very intelligent dog

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Anonymous - 2008-05-14
I have one!

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