Herding dog’s primary function is to move herds of livestock, typically cattle, sheep or goats. They are not to be confused with livestock guardians, who’s purpose is to protect livestock from predators like wolves. Herding dogs are well known for their impressive learning ability, and they are easily trained to act on people’s body language, whistling or voice commands. Due to their intelligence herding canines are often chosen as family pets as well, especially for kids. Some more popular herding dog breeds are Border Collies, Australian Cattle Dog, Shetland Sheepdog, German Shepherd Dog, and Old English Sheepdog.

Old English Sheepdog

The Old English Sheepdog is recognized most easily because of their very long coats. So long, in fact, that it usually covers their eyes and face. Believe it
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German Shepherd

The German Shepherd is a large sized breed that was first presented in Germany in 1899. The German Shepherd is well known for their loyalty and their hard
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Shetland Sheepdog

The Shetland Sheep Dog is of the working breeds. They are often referred to as Shelties. They are small to medium in size and were originally bred to
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