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Drake the Border Collie

Drake (ID 416023)

Drake is a male white & red Border Collie puppy.

He was born on May 20, 2015, so he's 10 weeks old now.

“Well hello there! My name is Drake and I'm a the sweetest puppy you'll ever meet. I’ve been told that I am extremely playful and peppy, loads... [read more]

$1,675.00

Lila the Border Collie

Lila (ID 416495)

Lila is a female white & red Border Collie puppy.

She was born on May 20, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

This little girl loves to cuddle, snuggle and just be around people. Overall, she is very calm and gentle. Lila loves to play with other dogs and... [read more]

$1,675.00

Tubs the Border Collie

Tubs (ID 407564)

Tubs is a male black & white Border Collie puppy.

He was born on January 20, 2015, so he's 27 weeks old now.

Tubs is a big, happy, and lively puppy looking for his forever family. He loves attention. He has had an excellent start on house training and he... [read more]

$1,775.00

Sweet Pea the Border Collie

Sweet Pea (ID 419281)

Sweet Pea is a female white & red Border Collie puppy.

She was born on June 20, 2015, so she's 5 weeks old now.

"Hello there! My name is Sweet Pea! I am just as sweet and loveable as my name suggests. I love to give puppy kisses, and are they sweet! I am up... [read more]

$1,825.00

Tuxedo the Border Collie

Tuxedo (ID 419277)

Tuxedo is a male white & red Border Collie puppy.

He was born on June 20, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

"Hello! My name is Tuxedo! I have an exceptional coat and color. I will razzle and dazzle you with my handsome looks. I am also very friendly with... [read more]

$1,875.00

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Sugar the Border Collie

Sugar (ID 418547)

Sugar is a female black & white Border Collie puppy.

She was born on June 15, 2015, so she's 6 weeks old now.

Meet Sugar! She is the true friend you’ve been looking for. Sugar will have a complete nose to tail vet check and arrive with a current health... [read more]

$1,950.00

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Rain the Border Collie

Rain (ID 418548)

Rain is a female black & white Border Collie puppy.

She was born on June 15, 2015, so she's 6 weeks old now.

Rain is a very sweet baby girl that is very outgoing and loves everyone she meets. She is a very playful little girl, but she also likes to relax... [read more]

$1,950.00

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Winston the Border Collie

Winston (ID 418552)

Winston is a male black & white Border Collie puppy.

He was born on June 15, 2015, so he's 6 weeks old now.

How can you say no to this baby face? Winston is just as silly as they come. He is always trying to catch your eye with his puppy tricks. He will... [read more]

$1,950.00

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Devon the Border Collie

Devon (ID 418553)

Devon is a male black & white Border Collie puppy.

He was born on June 15, 2015, so he's 6 weeks old now.

Look no further, you have found your new baby boy! Devon is exactly what you have been looking for, perfect in every way. He loves playing ball in... [read more]

$1,950.00

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Echo the Border Collie

Echo (ID 418554)

Echo is a male black & white Border Collie puppy.

He was born on June 15, 2015, so he's 6 weeks old now.

Look no further, you have found your new baby boy! Echo is exactly what you have been looking for, perfect in every way. He is just waiting for... [read more]

$1,950.00

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Sterling the Border Collie

Sterling (ID 417966)

Sterling is a male black & white Border Collie puppy.

He was born on June 6, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

Wow! What a cutie you have found here! This little guy will be sure to steal your heart away with just one look into those puppy eyes. Sterling is... [read more]

$2,050.00

Flirt the Border Collie

Flirt (ID 418214)

Flirt is a female black & white Border Collie puppy.

She was born on May 7, 2015, so she's 11 weeks old now.

"Hi, my name is Flirt and I am looking for my forever family. When I get bigger I want to be someone's beat friend and play lots of games... [read more]

$2,050.00

Katy the Border Collie

Katy (ID 418366)

Katy is a female black & white Border Collie puppy.

She was born on May 7, 2015, so she's 11 weeks old now.

"Hi, my name is Katy and I am looking for my forever family. I love to play ball and cuddle. When I get bigger I want to be someone's best pal and... [read more]

$2,050.00

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Miss Sweet Pea the Border Collie

Miss Sweet Pea (ID 420113)

Miss Sweet Pea is a female black & white Border Collie puppy.

She was born on June 9, 2015, so she's 7 weeks old now.

Miss Sweet Pea fits her name! She loves to cuddle and play with her siblings. Her tail never stops wagging! She is well socialized with children,... [read more]

$2,095.00

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Tank the Border Collie

Tank (ID 420115)

Tank is a male black & white Border Collie puppy.

He was born on June 9, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

How can you say no to this baby face? Tank is a lover! He is independent and playful. He will make a great addition to any family! He has been... [read more]

$2,095.00

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Cody (Going To My New Home Soon) the Border Collie

Reserved - Going home soon...Cody (Going To My New Home Soon) (ID 420118)

Cody is a male black & white Border Collie puppy.

He was born on June 9, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

Cody is simply the best! This boy has stolen our hearts from day one! He is affectionate and sweet! He loves to play and loves to cuddle. He is... [read more]

Massachusetts's newest resident!

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Bella the Border Collie

Bella (ID 420991)

Bella is a female black & white Border Collie puppy.

She was born on June 9, 2015, so she's 7 weeks old now.

Bella is one of my favorites! She always wants to play and cuddle in your lap! If you are looking for a friend and play partner she is it! She... [read more]

$2,250.00

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Blue the Border Collie

Blue (ID 420540)

Blue is a female blue merle Border Collie puppy.

She was born on May 24, 2015, so she's 9 weeks old now.

Blue is a stunning blue mere girl that will excel at anything put in front of her! She loves to play and is very attentive. Will chase a ball and... [read more]

$3,850.00

Trixie (I Found A Home!) the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new home!Trixie (I Found A Home!) (ID 418878)

Trixie is a female red Border Collie puppy.

She was born on May 27, 2015, so she's 9 weeks old now.

“Hi, I'm Trixie and I will just do everything I can to make you happy. I will just fill your life with love and kisses. Imagine all the cool... [read more]

California's newest resident!

Lilly Rae the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new homeLilly Rae (ID 415710)

Lilly Rae is a female black & white Border Collie puppy.

She was born on May 17, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

This is Lilly Rae. She's a complete sweetheart. Playful at times but also knows how to relax. There isn't a person she meets that she doesn't... [read more]

$1,825.00

Cooper (Going Home Soon) the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new home!Cooper (Going Home Soon) (ID 417451)

Cooper is a male blue merle Border Collie puppy.

He was born on June 9, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

"Hi, my name is Cooper. I love to lay outside and grab some of that morning sunshine; it's exactly what I need to jump start my busy day. I love... [read more]

"Florida is my new home!"

Max (I Found My Forever Home!) the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new home!Max (I Found My Forever Home!) (ID 417455)

Max is a male blue merle Border Collie puppy.

He was born on June 9, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

"Hi, my name is Max. I have just opened my eyes, so I am very busy exploring the world. I can't wait to meet my new family and go on all sorts of... [read more]

"South Carolina is my new home!"

Levi (Found My Home!) the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new home!Levi (Found My Home!) (ID 419890)

Levi is a male gold Border Collie puppy.

He was born on May 17, 2015, so he's 10 weeks old now.

This is Levi. Hes extremely calm and laid back. There isn't a person he meets that he doesn't like. His dad is a blue merle tri and his mom is a... [read more]

The talk of Georgia!

Gizmo (The Li's New Baby Boy!) the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new home!Gizmo (The Li's New Baby Boy!) (ID 419969)

Gizmo is a male blue merle Border Collie puppy.

He was born on May 17, 2015, so he's 10 weeks old now.

This is Gizmo. He's extremely calm and laid back. There isn't a person he meets that he doesn't like. His dad is a blue merle tri and his mom is a... [read more]

Going to British Columbia!

Sasha the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new homeSasha (ID 419971)

Sasha is a female gold Border Collie puppy.

She was born on May 17, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

This is Sasha. She's extremely calm and laid back but also super playful. There isn't a person she meets that she doesn't like. Her dad is a blue... [read more]

$1,825.00

Annie (Marilyn's New Baby) the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new home!Annie (Marilyn's New Baby) (ID 417600)

Annie is a female red & white Border Collie puppy.

She was born on June 9, 2015, so she's 7 weeks old now.

Annie is a cute little red and white female. She is out of a red and white dad and a blue merle mom. She will be up to date on her vaccinations... [read more]

"I can't wait to see Maryland!"

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Lacey (I Found A Home!) the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new home!Lacey (I Found A Home!) (ID 418549)

Lacey is a female black & white Border Collie puppy.

She was born on June 15, 2015, so she's 6 weeks old now.

This is Lacey. She is the tried and true companion that you’d be lucky to have. You can rely on Lacey to always make you laugh with all the... [read more]

Going to Vermont!

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Colton (Found His Forever Home!) the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new home!Colton (Found His Forever Home!) (ID 418550)

Colton is a male black & white Border Collie puppy.

He was born on June 15, 2015, so he's 6 weeks old now.

Wow! What a cutie you have found here! This little guy will be sure to steal your heart away with just one look into those puppy eyes. Colton is... [read more]

Going to Colorado!

Nash (Going To My New Home) the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new home!Nash (Going To My New Home) (ID 416840)

Nash is a male black & white Border Collie puppy.

He was born on May 22, 2015, so he's 9 weeks old now.

This is Nash. He is such a sweet boy. He loves to cuddle close. He has a very tender sweet personality, and loves to lay in the cool grass and nap... [read more]

Going to New York!

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Eco (I Found My Fur-ever Home!) the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new home!Eco (I Found My Fur-ever Home!) (ID 420117)

Eco is a male black & white Border Collie puppy.

He was born on June 9, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

Eco is the pick of the litter! He is beauty and brains! This little guy loves to play and at the end of the day he wants to be on your lap giving... [read more]

California's newest resident!

Batman (Going Home Soon!) the Border Collie

Unavailable - Found a new home!Batman (Going Home Soon!) (ID 415969)

Batman is a male black & white Border Collie puppy.

He was born on June 2, 2015, so he's 8 weeks old now.

Batman is awesome! This petite boy is so dang cute! He is such a charmer with so much love to give. His coloring is deep and gorgeous on his... [read more]

Going to California!

Welcome

Thank you for considering Border Collie puppies from our network of the best Border Collie breeders. The Border Collie was originally bred to be a working dog and thus, has a lot of energy that needs to find an outlet. Thus, it is important for any family that adopts one of these dogs that they find a way to direct his energy. If you can find a way to do so, you will find the Border Collie a wonderful family pet with a seemingly uncanny intelligence and sensitivity to his human family’s needs.


Find Border Collie Puppies for Sale

If you have been thinking about adopting a Border Collie, then you know the process of finding the right one can be incredibly challenging. We have made it our mission to make it easy for our users to find Border Collie puppies that fit their family’s requirements. We connect you with reputable breeders offering purebred Border Collie puppies for sale so that you can make the right choice. And to ensure that you make an informed decision, we offer useful information about the breed in addition to our Border Collie for sale listings.


Breed Summary

Before you consider taking a Border Collie into your home, it is important that you familiarize yourself with the basic Border Collie dog breed info so that you can decide if the breed is a good fit for your family. The Border Collie is a medium-sized dog that was originally bred to be a sheep herder and thus, has levels of energy and stamina that belie his size.

His high energy is the most important Border Collie characteristic that you will have to deal with if you decide to adopt a Border Collie puppy. But if you engage his energy and intelligence, you will discover a wonderful family companion who is eminently trainable and can even be useful around the house.


Perfect Matched Breed

Once you’ve decided that the Border Collie is a good fit for your family, let us make the Border Collie adoption process easier. We have created a network of the best Border Collie breeders from whom you can get perfectly matched Border Collie puppies that fit your requirements. And once you have chosen your puppy, our process will make sure he is on his way to join his new family. If you want to learn more about our process, we invite you to visit our happy puppy placement page.


Facts - Overview

The Border Collie dog breed was developed to be a working dog, and this is obvious if you’ve ever spent time with one of them. While he can be affectionate, the Collie is not one to be coddled. He wants to be actively engaged in doing a job, not marking time on the sofa as a couch potato. In fact, his instinct is to herd, and it is already part of his basic nature. You’ll find that your new puppy, when left to his own devices, will want to herd, whether what he is herding is children, other pets or even cars.

The Border Collie is not a big dog, and his energy levels are out of proportion to his size. The average Collie has an average height of one foot-six inches to one foot-ten inches and an average weight ranging from thirty to forty-five pounds.

This combination of high energy and the urge to herd means that the Border Collie will need some consideration depending on who's adopting him. You have to be willing to keep up with your Collie and direct his energy to positive tasks such as engaging in dog sports like catching Frisbees. Thus, he is best suited for active families where he can join in the fun.

For the right family, however, the Border Collie makes a wonderful pet. His intelligence makes him easy to train. In fact, there are some who say that the Collie is so sensitive that he can actually anticipate what you want before you even ask. As long as you provide him with the mental and physical stimulation that he needs, he can adjust to living in virtually any residential situation.

Of course, early socialization is important to ensure that the Collie puppy grows up to be a well-adjusted adult. A dog that is not socialized may become either too timid or too aggressive. But if you expose him to new places, people and situations from a young age, he will learn to adjust to them easily. You can learn more useful Border Collie breed info, we have included sections on the breed’s health, temperament, care, grooming and history.


Facts - Personality

As befits a breed that was bred to be a working dog, the Border Collie personality is highly intelligent and alert. In fact, he’s so bright and learns so quickly that you may find it difficult to keep up with him and ensure that he stays challenged during training. This is why the breed is not appropriate for most families who want a dog who will be a docile pet. The Border Collie is an active dog who is always looking for something to do and not every family are able to deal with that.

But if he is adopted by a family who understands his needs, they will find the Border Collie to be a great addition to the household. The breed is very sensitive to the feelings of his owners and this makes training easy. But training has to start as early as possible to ensure that the breed adjusts well to being a part of your family. You must start establishing your dominance as early as possible to ensure that your dog does not take the alpha dog position, which can make training harder.

Another important aspect of the Border Collie temperament that you need to consider is his herding instinct. They have a tendency to try to herd groups of children and other animals if they feel the group is becoming unruly. This is why you should always have your Border Collie on a leash when outside since they may chase after people and nip at them in an attempt to herd them.


Facts - Care

Border Collie puppy care can be difficult for families who are not prepared for the physical exercise requirements of the breed. Since the Border Collie was bred to run across the fields to herd sheep, it should not be difficult to see why the breed has a high energy level. Thus, the Collie will not adjust well to living in more confined residential spaces and if you choose this breed, you should have at least a secure, fenced-in area for him to run around in. It is particularly important to keep him away from the road since his instinct is to chase cars.

In addition, another important aspect of Border Collie care is keeping them from becoming bored. Since the breed is very intelligent it is important that you keep them mentally engaged in addition to meeting their exercise requirements. This is where Border Collie training comes in. You need to start obedience and house training as early as possible, in addition to socialization. Make sure that your training uses positive reinforcement methods that emphasize rewarding the puppy when he learns what you are trying to teach him. Never use harsh treatment or punishment as part of your training since this can turn your Border Collie either fearful or aggressive and make training more difficult.


Facts - Grooming

As expected from a breed that was developed to be an outdoor working dog, the Border Collie has a coat that does not require a lot of grooming and maintenance. Border Collies have water-resistant double coats whose outer coat can be rough or smooth. Rough outer coats have medium-length hair and feathering on the belly, chest and legs. Smooth outer coats, on the other hand, has short hair all over with minimal feathering. Although the most common color is black with a white blaze on the legs, feet, face and neck, the Border Collie may be any color except white.

Knowing how to groom Border Collie by yourself can save you a lot of money. Border Collie grooming of the coat only needs to take place once a week to prevent matting and ensure that coat oils are distributed evenly. Since he sheds more heavily during shedding season, you should brush more often to remove loose hair and prevent shed hair from spreading around the house. You only need to bathe your Border Collie every four months or when he starts to smell bad.

While you’re grooming, check your dog for signs of potential health problems. Look for inflammation, rashes, sores and tenderness on his skin, the feet and around his mouth and eyes. The eyes should also be clear with no redness or any signs of discharge.

In addition, you need to brush his teeth at least two to three times a week in order to prevent tartar buildup and other oral health problems. If possible, brush his teeth daily in order to prevent gum disease and halitosis. Make sure that you also trim his nails periodically. Although an active dog’s nails will likely wear themselves down, if you can hear the nails clicking across the floor, you need to trim them.

Use a guillotine-style nail clipper to trim your dog’s nails. Make sure that you don’t trim back too far since there are blood vessels in the nail that can be injured and cause bleeding. If you are unsure how to trim your dog’s nails, you can ask your vet for instructions or ask him to do it for you when you take your Border Collie for his regular visit.


Facts - Health

There are a number of Border Collie health concerns that you need to be familiar with if you are considering adopting a puppy. These include:

Hip dysplasia. This is a common condition that appears in many dogs which is usually inherited from their parents. When a dog has hip dysplasia, their thighbone does not fit into the hip joint snugly. Although some dogs who have the condition show signs such as pain and lameness on the rear legs, others may display no symptoms. However, the condition can eventually result in arthritis as the dog matures.

Progressive Retinal Atrophy. PRA is not a single disease but rather a family of eye conditions. Dogs who have this condition see gradual deterioration of their retina which can result in partial or total blindness.

Before getting a purebred Border Collie puppy from a breeder, ask him for health clearances from the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals and the Canine Eye Registry Foundation for the parents to ensure that they are not passing on these conditions to their offspring.

To ensure good Border Collie nutrition, make sure to feed your puppy high-quality food that is specially formulated to meet the nutritional requirements of puppies, as well as for medium-sized dogs. Make sure to follow the recommended feeding guidelines on the package to ensure that your dog is getting enough food without eating too much, which can lead to his becoming overweight.


Facts - History

The Border Collie history dates back to the earliest days of what is now Britain, where herding dogs were widely used to shepherds to guard and herd their flocks. Each region had its own herding dog and the Border Collie was named after the region between Scotland and England, with the Collie derived from a Scottish word that refers to sheepdogs.

The Border Collie as we know him today started in 1860, when dog shows featuring Scotch Sheep Dogs were already being held. Queen Victoria saw one of these dogs when she took a trip to Balmoral, and her support of the breed contributed to its popularity. In 1876, Mr. R.J. Lloyd Price instituted sheepdog trials in which Border Collies demonstrated their proficiency at folding sheep back into a pen.

The history of Border Collie in the US started in the late-nineteenth century when the breed was exported to North America along with livestock. Scottish shepherds who immigrated to the US helped popularize the use of Border Collies to herd both sheep and cattle. The North American Sheepdog Society was founded in 1940 as a registry for the breed. At present, the largest registry is the American Border Collie Association. The Border Collie was awarded the Herding Group designation by the American Kennel Club and became eligible on October 1995 for full recognition status. 


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