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    Default Alison's Rosie and Daisy

    Rosie, the 'Superior One'



    Crazy Daisy, standing still for 20 seconds...



    And even a wriggle bum likes a cuddle - for a few seconds ...


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    They are so beautiful and so well groomed! What handsome shelties. I have always loved those ones with merle colouring too.
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    What beautiful coats, the ladies that we got our boys from breed the short legged shelties - (not sure what they are called).....

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    Such pretty pups. I love the Blue Merles. I have a Blue Merle collie. Love his beauty but he is a little crazy....giving me gray hair plus. Thanks for sharing the great pictures.
    Mary-owned by Maya, Scout, Jazz and Sassy
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    I agree with Karlin, I've always loved the merle, they're so unique looking.
    Jen, Abbey (Tri Cavalier) & Gus (White Min. Schnauzer)

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    Mary,

    I was pre-warned about the Blues being crazy...they were right!!!

    This tiny 10 inch, 5 kilo, 10 month old thunderbolt keeps me on my toes 24/7!

    Claire,

    I think perhaps you might mean the bigger being the Rough Collie and the smaller type being the Shelties. Two totally different breeds in type and temperment. Shelties can be a little yappy if not corrected when young with training but they simply adore obedience and agility work, very clever little monkeys indeed!

    Karlin,

    The grooming is a labour of love, it's very unwinding just brushing away. Usually the first job of the day with a hot coffee outside!

    Alison, Wilts, U.K.

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