Tuesday Top Ten: Herding Breeds

October 5, 2010 · Print This Article

They’re not just for farmers anymore.  The herding breeds can make great pets, as long as you are prepared to help them find an outlet for all that energy and intelligence.  These dogs have  to have a job or they can become destructive, but properly occupied, they are wonderful companions.

10.  Pembroke Welsh Corgi

9.  Shetland Sheepdog

8.  Australian Cattle Dog

7.  Bouvier des Flandres

6.  German Shepherd

5.  Belgian Malinois

4.  Old English Sheepdog

3.  Collie

2.  Border collie

1.  Australian Shepherd

Until next time,

Good day, and good dog!


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