The Border Collie breed originated in the Anglo-Scottish border region in the 19th century, developed for herding sheep and cattle.
Border Collies were bred for their high energy, intelligence, and obedience, and have been used for herding livestock for centuries.
Border Collies are medium-sized, athletic dogs with a muscular build and a distinctive fur pattern, including a black-and-white coat.
Border Collies are highly intelligent, energetic, and trainable, with a strong work ethic and a love for physical activity and mental stimulation.
Border Collies are highly trainable, but require a lot of mental and physical stimulation, and early socialization and obedience training.
The breed is prone to certain health issues such as hip dysplasia, eye problems, and deafness.
he Border Collie is recognized by the American Kennel Club and other major kennel clubs.
Border Collies have gained popularity as working dogs in various industries and as intelligent, athletic family pets, often used in sports such as agility and obedience trials.