HERDING DOGS: BORDER COLLIE VS. AUSTRALIAN CATTLE DOG
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Rachel Maness is a lifelong Cattle Dog owner and relative newbie to the Border Collie. In this video she breaks down her experience working with both breeds as well as living with them as pets.
The Border Collie is a working and herding dog breed developed in the AngloScottish border region for herding livestock, especially sheep. It was specifically bred for intelligence and obedience.
Considered highly intelligent, extremely energetic, acrobatic and athletic, they frequently compete with great success in sheepdog trials and dog sports. They are often cited as the most intelligent of all domestic dogs. Border Collies continue to be employed in their traditional work of herding livestock throughout the world.
The Australian Cattle Dog (ACD), or simply Cattle Dog, is a breed of herding dog originally developed in Australia for droving cattle over long distances across rough terrain. This breed is a mediumsized, shortcoated dog that occurs in two main colour forms. It has either brown or black hair distributed fairly evenly through a white coat, which gives the appearance of a "red" or "blue" dog. It should not be confused with the Australian Shepherd, a similarly named but totally different breed.