Some people incorrectly call a Welsh Sheepdog a Welsh Collie - usually 'Welsh Collie' is used for a cross between a Welsh Sheepdog and a Border Collie, who is often a milder dog and easier to manage than the pure breed. Like other types of working dog, Welsh Sheepdogs are normally bred for their herding abilities rather than appearance, and so they are generally somewhat variable in build, colour and size. Welsh Sheepdogs are of collie type , usually black-and-white, red-and-white or tricolour, and merle markings may occur over any of these combinations. The coat may be short or fairly long, and the ears are pricked, but usually folded at the tip. They are longer in leg, broader in chest and wider in muzzle than the Border Collie.
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He is a very active character. Always looking for things to do and never has a moment to settle. Although a lot of people would advise against getting a Welsh Sheepdog as a pet, we are very happy we did as we could not imagine life without him. We used to have a Collie x GSD and although you can see some similarities, it is obvious that the Sheepdog has a lot more energy!! He is such an intelligent dog. Very loyal, caring, playful and LOUD when the door gets knocked or he wants to play!! It is often him that takes us for the walks and playtime doesn't end until he says so!!
It was really interesting and a great insight into the uniqueness of the Welsh Sheepdog. More of that in a moment but first some details about Kate. As WikiPedia puts it :.
More than a million internet users have watched the viral video in the four days since it was released online. The second ad also sees the creatures manoeuvred into position to create a giant sheep and even has them creating the Mona Lisa with the various coloured LEDs on their back. The creators of the video, for TV makers Samsung, revealed that they recruited Welsh national sheep herding champion Gerry Lewis, and a team of Welsh sheep herders to guide the flocks into position.