Bearded Collie – Facts You Must Know Before Adopting Bearded Collie

The is an AKC registered dog breed. The following article reviews the breed.

The , also known as the Bearide, is an herding dog widely known for its stamina and intelligance. It is characterized by its shaggy coat all over (even under the chin, thus its name), broad head, short muzzle and its wagging tail that never flags. This breed is very agile and active, but is not massive, and is considered a robust, healthy dog.

Coat

The beardie has a double coat, with its undercoat furry, soft and close and the outercoat being weatherproof, harsh and shaggy. The density and length of their coat is sufficient enough to enhance their shape and to provide protective coating, but not profuse enough to obscure its natural lines.

Activity

Beardies can sleep either indoors or outdoors; they make great farm dogs. They are comfortable with all kinds of weather conditions. They don’t like being confined, so they would need lots of exercise and amply space to run off. They love being outdoors, but would also like his own place indoors. Dogs of this breed are popular for being escape artists, so they should be kept happy all the time.

Temperament

Beardies are always playful, joyous and affectionate. Its tail is always wagging. His sense of humor, high energy levels and boldness makes them terrific with kids. This is one breed that needs to be with and around people. It needs constant human contact as they usually get into trouble when bored. They can be noisy barkers, but will not make a good watchdog. This dog also does well when it comes to mingling with other animals, especially those they were raised with.

Care

As may be obvious considering their thick coat, Bearded Collies need lots of grooming.

You can get a pro to do this, but you will have to learn to groom them on your own. Grooming can take about an hour or two per week. Missing out on the grooming will let you end up with a mesh of hair that might lead to skin and even other health problems. They shed minimally when groomed properly. To groom, lay your dog on its side then mist with a good anti-tangle spray then perform line brushing. Make sure to check for ticks and the length of their toenails.

Training

The Bearded Collie is a very smart dog, and they learn rather quickly. However, they tend to be independent thinkers and can become very stubborn. If you would like to do obedience training, make sure it is fun, fair and consistent. It is best to start early. One of the hardest things about this breed is that if you don’t stay mentally alert and ahead, your Beardie will end up training you instead!

Character

The Bearded Collie is an intelligent, active and agile breed, all of which are characteristics of a real working dog. The Beardie is devoted, stable and self-confident, and shows no signs of aggression and shyness. This breed will make a great addition to the home, and would also make a great farm dog too.

To learn more about American Bulldog and to find other high quality breeds, please visit http://www.11-peaks.com.

For more, visit http://animal.discovery.com/tv/dogs-101/#mkcpgn=ytapl1 | Some think they’ve never seen a Bearded Collie, but they’re all over Hollywood!

Click Here to Learn How to Keep Your Dog Healthy and Happy!



Bearded Collie Amazon products you should keep an eye on:

Bearded Collie - Facts You Must Know Before Adopting Bearded CollieAreaware Bearded Collie Pillow
SFMPDBC1 Designed by: Ross Menuez Features: -Cushions or dolls. -Inspired by Victorian shaped pillows. -Graphics based on the firs…

Bearded Collie - Facts You Must Know Before Adopting Bearded CollieRikki KnightTM Bearded Collie Dogs Design Design Black Leather and Faux Suede Case for Apple iPad(R) 2 – The New iPad (3rd & 4th Generation)
The Rikki KnightTM Bearded Collie Dogs Design Design Black Leather and Faux Suede Case for Apple iPad(R) 2 – The New iPad (3rd & 4t…

Bearded Collie - Facts You Must Know Before Adopting Bearded CollieBearded Collie (Comprehensive Owner’s Guide)
This new Special Limited Edition provides everything a new owner needs to about caring for and training a Bearded Collie. Aut…

Bearded Collie eBay auctions you should keep an eye on:



Click here for more Bearded Collie info.

Tags: , , , , , ,
Previous Post
file0001541949444.jpg
Dog News

DogFriendly.com Releases Its Top 200 Dog-Friendly Places in the United States and Canada for 2013

Next Post
dog-public-domain-300x268.jpg
Dog News

Chain removed from puppy's stomach

Comments

    • CutestCavies
    • May 1, 2013

    Cassie is lovely their soooooo friendly!!!

    • CutestCavies
    • May 1, 2013

    Cassies brother won 1st prize in tge BEST BEARDED COLLIE IN FRANCE

    • Cady Wilson
    • April 30, 2013

    wasn’t the dog in “Married with Children” a Bearded Collie?

    • Avatarass
    • April 30, 2013

    boooiiingg = sound of cartoon erection

    • Sarah Aloe
    • April 30, 2013

    Person who dislikes this hates dogs

    • 222trinket
    • April 30, 2013

    No Kidding

    • Sarah Aloe
    • April 30, 2013

    I have a bearded collie myself

    • MissDMoney
    • April 30, 2013

    Are they excessive barkers?

    • Bea Conti
    • April 30, 2013

    Yes and no, if you train them young not bark they won’t if not they’ll bark whenver they’re excited and you won’t be able to make them stop

    • Susan McGraw Keber
    • April 30, 2013

    WOOF! XO

    • rooooooby
    • April 30, 2013

    Old English Sheepdogs have tails too! Its just that some people dock ’em.

    • tigerknome95
    • April 30, 2013

    As a bearded collie owner I would like to point out that bearded collies are also very good herding dogs

    • Maddie L
    • April 30, 2013

    i love bearded collie i have two one is mine that is cassie

    • Maddie L
    • April 30, 2013

    we had 7 in my years

    • lovepuppycheekydog
    • April 30, 2013

    I love bearded collies. ?

    • OceanFairy104
    • April 30, 2013

    Not at all! They only bark when something really unpleasant and unusual is happening (an argument in the family by example.)

    • OceanFairy104
    • April 30, 2013

    I love my bearded collie, Spot <3

    • kasia K
    • April 30, 2013

    I love bearded collies my parents has got two Nutka and Lisa Chcia?abym ?eby ten odcinek by? po polsku ?

    • bigg10man
    • April 30, 2013

    Beardies are just border collies with long coats.Although not used as much for herding you still see them being used in parts of scotland.My beardie is a pain in the ass but i love her to bits great dogs

    • bigg10man
    • April 30, 2013

    the easiest way to tell between a beardia and a old english an old english is about 3 times the size but just as stupid looking

    • bigg10man
    • April 30, 2013

    bearded collies should bark they smell hear someone coming.its why more beardies are being used in conjunction with doberman alsatians as guard dogs

    • 1234swagcookie
    • April 30, 2013

    I want one

    • Dan Hipp
    • April 30, 2013

    My Beardy is named Reggae! Ray is the man and he loves cookies and he also loves bouncing and he also loves his best friend Eliot and he also loves herding cats and he also loves snuggling! He hates when strangers pass by our door. The End.

    • SourApple26
    • April 30, 2013

    I absolutely adore my beardie Oscar. At 8 years old, he is the bounciest yet grumpiest dog I ever known. He was a brilliant guard dog when we lived in a pub, always on the look out. It is probably why we still have most of our furniture. While they play rough when younger, they realise as they mature when to play rough and when not. He loves to sit and lick the feet of my two toddler nieces but plays rough with us when given free reign. I cannot recommend these dogs enough.

    • Yasmine Al-Khawaja
    • April 30, 2013

    My bearded collie, Rain, is the most amazing dog ever. I seriously recommend these dogs!

Leave a Reply