Watch These Border Collie Puppies Meet Sheep For The First Time

Has the stress of self-isolation during this coronavirus pandemic started to affect you? Well, I hear you, and I know what you’re going through. So, in order to make your day feel a little brighter, check out something truly adorable: 4 week-old border collie puppies getting acquainted with sheep for the first time.

Border collies are very intelligent and hard-working dogs – it’s what they’re known for. In fact, they often get listed as one of the smartest dog breeds in the world, and it’s little wonder after you see them in action. There is one dog, Chaser, who become famous for how smart she was that she actually learned more than 1,000 commands! That’s pretty impressive!

While border collies make intelligent companions, they were bred for working on farms. And, as anyone can picture, these dogs’ sheep-herding skills are quite a display of awesomeness. The breed itself comes originally from Scotland and northern England, where the dogs were kept as farm dogs. Since then, they have been the perfect choice of sheepherding dogs for farmers around the world.

Nowadays, collies are a very popular breed of family pets. However, if you do decide to get one for the family, you need to keep in mind that they’re very, very energetic therefore they need lots of daily exercise.

Sheepdog school

Month old border collies in training 😍

Posted by The Irish Post on Wednesday, January 31, 2018

 

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