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beard·ed collie

(bîr′dĭd)
n.
A dog of a herding breed originating in Scotland, having a long shaggy coat and drooping ears.

bearded collie

n
(Breeds) a medium-sized breed of dog having a profuse long straight coat, usually grey or fawn and often with white on the head, legs, and chest, a long tail, and a distinctive beard

beard′ed col′lie


n.
one of a British breed of medium-sized herding dogs with a long, shaggy coat, hanging ears, and a beardlike growth around the face and chest.
[1875–80]
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Herding breeds (312): Australian Cattle Dogs 11, Australian Shepherds 43, Bearded Collies 13, Beauceron 6, Belgian Malinois 15, Belgian Sheepdogs 9, Belgian Tervurens 12, Border Collies 19, Bouviers des Flandres 10, Briards 21, Canaan Dogs 2, Cardigan Welsh Corgis 13, Collies (Rough) 10, Collies (Smooth) 13, Entlebucher Mountain Dogs 1, Finnish Lapphunds 7, German Shepherd Dogs 22, Icelandic Sheepdogs 5, Norwegian Buhunds 3, Old English Sheepdogs 21, Pembroke Welsh Corgis 15, Polish Lowland Sheepdogs 7, Pulik 3, Pyrenean Shepherds 10, Shetland Sheepdogs 14, Swedish Vallhunds 7.
One of the tougher breeds that I am currently grooming are bearded collies.
Averages Broken registered dogs to 6,000gns, av pounds 1,831; Part-broken reg dogs to 1,650gns, av pounds 764; Broken unregistered bearded collies to 1,750gns, av pounds 1,706; Broken unreg dogs to 700gns; Part-broken unreg dogs to 350gns; Pups to 150gns.
The vicar, who is a big dog lover and has bearded collies of his own, was fantastic," he added.
But their discovery has sparked a mystery as to how the pure-bred bearded collies came to be abandoned in the Moidart area of Lochaber.
Suzanne, 42, has been showing dogs for 24 years, starting with bearded collies before turning to gundogs 12 years ago.
Much to the delight of Russ's boys Sally would bring her two bearded collies with her to visit - a treat which has helped bring a rare smile to the little boys' faces.
SALLY MEEN adores her home in Clapham which she shares with two bearded collies,Jack and Archie.
Twelve RSPCA vans arrived at the home to rescue the various breeds, which included Shih-tzus, dachshunds, Llasa apsos, bearded collies, a corgi and Yorkshire terriers.
The haul of dogs included shih-tzus, dachshunds, lhasa apsos, bearded collies, corgis, chihuahuas, poodles, pekinese and Yorkshire terriers.
Top, left, a Great Dane hops off the shuttle; top right, Charlotte Crooks takes a rest with boxer pup Ziggy; far right, a chihuahua takes shelter between the legs of a Great Dane; right, bearded collies waiting to be judged; below, competitors arrive with feet well protected; below centre, a Great Dane waits while his owner sleeps in the pen.