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Collie At Your Service

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May 12, 2018

Overcoming Obstacles
When Kyndyl started looking into getting a service dog to help with his PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), he found that it was going to be very difficult since he wasn’t a veteran.

When most people think of someone suffering from PTSD, they picture a person who served in…


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Grooming & Upkeep

Rough Collie Grooming Toolkit

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March 28, 2018

Rough Collies’ long fur requires significantly more attention than the shorter coat of their Smooth counterparts. Here is a list and assessment of some basic tools to help you manage the grooming of your furry friend.

 
Pin Brush
When it comes to grooming your Rough Collie, the pin brush is your…


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Fun Stories

Collies to the Rescue!

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March 20, 2018

The ancestors’ of our present-day Collies were famous for their ability to locate lost sheep on the Highland moors of Scotland. In many of our modern Collies, this search-and-rescue instinct is alive and well. But for lack of sheep, Collies will often find and present their people with other…


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Stories

Jason, the Hero Collie

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November 6, 2017

When Constantinos first laid eyes on Jason, little did he know the small bundle of puppy-fluff would one day risk its life to keep him safe. The tiny pup destined to secure his future was simply a nostalgic reminder of his childhood past.

While a young boy living on the island…

Collie Guide Dog


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Fun

Guide Dog Dropout

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October 30, 2017

Meeting the Dropout
When we went to the dog park, I noticed a happy dog approaching the gate to greet us. I excitedly asked Emerson, “Is that a Smooth Collie? It is!” I answered myself. “It is a Smooth Collie!”

His name was Frank, and he was a failed service dog….


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Fun

My Canine American Icon

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October 30, 2017

Celebrity Association
My dog gets cat-called more than I do. I can’t take him anywhere without cries of “Lassie!” inundating my ears. Gus, my vain and glorious Collie, thrives on the attention. I do not. (He is a social dog, and I am a painfully unsocial human.)

Usually, I’ll smile like…

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