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- WHAT IS A SERVICE DOG?
- WHAT IS A THERAPY DOG?
- WHAT IS AN EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL?
- The Unofficial Code of Conduct for Service Dog Handlers- by "Please Don't Pet Me"
- Level 1 SERVICE DOG IN TRAINING-- STAR Puppy and Puppy Obedience Class
- Level 2 SERVICE DOG IN TRAINING-- CGC Class and Test
- Level 3 SERVICE DOG IN TRAINING-- Therapy Dog (Through Therapy Dog International)
- ADI's Public Access Test for Service Dogs
- ADI's Minimum Standards for Service Dogs
- All About Border Collies...
- Rowena's Photo Pedigree
- A SPECIAL STORY... The Story of Blizzard, a Border Collie (Under Construction)
Tuesday, March 06, 2012
colors of border collies
Border collies actually come in colors other than the traditional black and white. Their coats have different patterns as well. The white is not always on the collar, chest, down the head and nose, feet and tail tip though that is how most know border collies to look like.
Pete is in a Foster Home through the Pacific North West Border Collie Rescue. He is in Klammath Falls, Oregon. If you want to check out Pete and other border collies available in the Pacific North West US area, click on their link located on the left side of the page.
Pete actually is a tri-colored border collie. His split face color pattern is not what people are used to seeing in a traditionally patterned border collie. Pete's half face and freckles give him character!