Although the rough Collie played a part in the development of the Shetland Sheepdog breed, they are distinctly different breeds with different characteristics. The differences in structure between the two have been compared to the differences between a pony and a horse. If a Shetland Sheepdog were the same size as a Collie, it would be a much stockier dog with heavier bone. The head of the Shetland Sheepdog is comparitively shorter and wider in the back, the eye is a bit larger and there is usually a distinct "stop" between the head and the muzzle when viewed from the side. In personality, most Collies are more sedate and laid back than Shetland Sheepdogs, most of which are high-energy dogs.
It is the same as a Shetland pony.
Note: Sheltie is another name for the Shetland Sheep Dog.Answers:1.) On a scale of 1-5 (with 1 being best), they are a 4 meaning: "Best with older considerate children". (source - see LINKS area below).Other opinions:2.) Shetland sheepdogs have a strong tendency to nip at ankles of small children. They are a loving breed and get along with anyone hence they are known to make excellent family pets, but when your kid plays with the sheltie, make sure an adult is there to supervise.3.) they are great with kids don't worry about the nipping only mind it if you child is 7 or below.Even more opinions:The Shetland Sheepdog is the same as most other dogs, they will only nip if they have not been trained very well. If trained well they will get on well with kids although it is probably best to supervise if the child is very young just to be on the safe side.
While they can live in the same house, it is not recommended to allow unsupervised meetings. Most dogs are bred to kill small animals and instincts can take over without warning at any time.
A Shetland pony eats the same as horses, just less of it.
Yes, OES is just an abbreviation for Old English Sheepdog.
NO, collies and shelties are not the same because a collie is much bigger than a sheltie and not as wild. and shelties are small and don't grow to be very big dogs, and they are very energetic. ***Second answer: When I was younger, my family had a Collie/Sheltie mix. Check the related link below for more info.
Shetland is part of the UK so the UK, Australia and commonwealth members.
A Pomeranian mixed with sheltie lives the same number of years as a regular small dog. This dog should live about 15 years.
The Toy Sheltie can be anywhere between 10 inches to 12 inches tall, and generally cost between $500 to $1000. In the same colors as a standard Sheltie.
Shetland ponies do not live in the areas with animals that would consume them. Lions, Panthers and Leopards would eat Shetland ponies if they were in the same area.
Yes, they are both from the same dog family(herding group) and they look the same . The only thing that is different is that collies are a lot bigger than shelties. I hoped this helped!