Bearded collie

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Bearded collie

a medium- to large-sized, gray, fawn, blue, brown or black dog with harsh, strong medium to long hair, particularly around the face and under the chin, giving the name. The body is longer than it is high, in a ratio of 5 to 4. Called also the Highland collie, the Mountain collie or the Hairy Mou'ed collie.
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Q My old bearded collie does not get out and about as much as he used to, as he suffers from arthritis and his nails are becoming far too long now.
Two bearded collies arrive from New Zealand and are due to fly on to Manchester.
BONNIE AND CLYDE Two-year-old Bonnie and Clyde, who is 10 weeks old, are Bearded Collies who live with Stephen and Karen Knight in Ayr.
The dogs included shihtzus, dachshunds, lhasa apsos, bearded collies, corgis, chihuahuas, poodles,pekinese and Yorkshire terriers.
In recent years, working bearded collies like Mac have climbed from the brin
Inset right, two bearded collies from Crufts this weekend.
The Highland policeman and his wife only started showing their bearded collies just over a year ago.
Dog-Mad Carol Allen loves her bearded collies so much.
Cathy and her partner Kelvin Faulkner, who share their home in Roland Avenue, Holbrooks, Coventry, with all five bearded collies, say their antics provide non-stop laughter.
Q I HAD two bearded collies, the mother who was 17, had to be put to sleep two weeks ago.