Yes. Shetland Sheepdogs do very well with cats.
Shetland sheepdogs shed a lot from what I heat but, but my friend has a sheltie and it bearly sheds.
Today, Shetland Sheepdogs are mainly companion animals. But in their homeland, the Shetland Isles, Shetland Sheepdogs were used to herd cattle and served as an all-purpose farmdog.
Yes. wrong answer, Olde English Sheepdogs do not shed, shetland sheepdogs do shed
If you are getting one from a breeder, the Shetland Sheepdogs should cost in between 500$ and 1000$. It depends in the breeder and how much they want. One breeder I might get one from is asking 950$.
Shetland Sheepdogs are known for being generally more vocal than most other dog breeds (key word: generally).
No, absolutely not. Shetland Sheepdogs generally have a height of about 13-16 inches, whereas Shetland Ponies have a height of between 28 and 42 inches.
The average is 30-38cm [12-15in]
Not particularity, they are more of a herding breed.
Up to 63 days on average.
It depends on the dog. They can be bold, but others may be timid.
Nope, Border Collies rank first.
No... Not really, it's not generally a breed they use.
They are indeed a breed of Herding dog, they herd sheep in particular.
Well if you mean their sight well then straight. if you men their outside then nice.
Of course they are. They're very intelligent! You'll be glad to find more about them. Just click on: http://dogtime.com/shetland-sheepdog.htm...
Both male and female Shetland Sheepdogs have a height of 13 - 16 inches tall (at the withers) and weigh 20 lbs on average.
All dogs can be obedient if you train them right, and they respect you. They are very intelligent though!
It depends on the dog's personality, like people, a dog can be different, like people.
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