rough collie

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rough collie

n.
A collie with a long rough coat, sometimes considered a distinct breed.

rough collie

n
(Breeds) a large long-haired collie having a distinctive ruff and a long narrow head without a pronounced stop
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Growing up on a farm in rural Kansas her family had Rough Collies and her mother was a dog groomer who taught her grooming basics as a child.
The Clachnaharry's regular customers include retrievers, lurchers, West Highland terriers, rough collies and mixed-breeds.
These AKC registered, "looks" over performance bred dogs became today's Rough Collies.
Middle-class breeds include golden retrievers, old English sheep dogs and rough collies.
These three lovely dogs are rough collies who live with Jennifer Macanna in Innellan, Dunoon.
Phil, along with his wife and daughter Stephanie, 18, have been breeding rough collies for five years.
She owned three rough collies and thought of the waste from the hair she collected from grooming them.
Jackie spotted TJ at a rescue centre in Bramcote, having gone there to look for another dog after one of her rough collies, Max, died suddenly through cancer aged only five.
There have also been sackfuls of mail from readers appalled at the fate of dogs including Yorkshire Terriers, poodles, chihuahuas, dalmatians and rough collies.
During the last decade pet ownership has boomed with British pedigree breeds such as Yorkshire Terriers, Poodles, Dalmatians and Rough Collies selling for as much as pounds 3,000 each.