Border Collie

Side elevation illustrations of a Border Collie standing and sitting

The Border Collie, also called the Scottish Sheepdog, is a medium-sized energetic herding dog. The Border Collie, hailing from the Scottish borders and the United Kingdom, was originally bred to be intelligent and obedient as a working dog for herding livestock. Nowadays, the Border Collie is frequently regarded as the most intelligent of domestic dog breeds and succeeds as a work dog, show dog, or sport dog. Due to the Border Collie’s intelligence and drive, this breed requires a dedicated owner to provide their pet with a job to perform in order to ensure the Border Collie’s happiness and satisfaction.

Collection of drawings of Border Collies in standing, sitting, and laying down postures

The average Border Collie has an overall height of 22.0”-27.0” (56-69 cm), withers height of 18.0”-22.0” (46-56 cm), and body length of 28.0”-34.0” (71-86 cm). A typical Border Collie weighs between 27-45 lb (12-20 kg) and has a lifespan of roughly 10-17 years.

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Height: 
22.0”-27.0” | 56-69 cm
Width:
Depth:
Length:
28.0”-34.0” | 71-86 cm
Withers Height:
18.0”-22.0” | 46-56 cm
:
Weight:
27-45 lb | 12-20 kg

Male:
Height (Withers): 19”-22” | 48-56 cm
Height (Standing): 24”-27” | 61-69 cm
Length: 29”-34” | 74-86 cm
Weight: 30-45 lb | 14-20 kg

Female:
Height (Withers): 18”-21” | 46-53 cm
Height (Standing): 22”-26” | 56-66 cm
Length: 28”-32” | 71-81 cm
Weight: 27-42 lb | 12-19 kg

Breed Size:
:
Lifespan:
10-17 years

Properties

Drawings include:
Border Collie side elevation (standing), side (sitting), front (standing), front (sitting), laying down (side)

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