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Rough Collie coat question

Hello, my mother is looking for a dog and she decided she wants a collie. She likes this one but we cannot find how the coat color is called? http://img.wikinut.com/img/17wshv.q_...uy-my-pup.jpeg

Got any ideas? Thanks in advance!
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-23-2014, 12:37 PM
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White Sable or Sable white I'm guessing.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rough_Collie
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google Collies.
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Sable and White.

Blue Merle


Tri Color



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They're beautiful dogs - the Rough Collie was made famous by the "Lassie" TV series.

If you want a low maintenance non-shedding collie, a Smooth Collie would be a better fit.
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I have a border collie and she's fantastic!!!!!

We do agility and have a absolute blast.

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If you want a low maintenance non-shedding collie, a Smooth Collie would be a better fit.
Norman...you apparently have never met an smooth coated Collie if you think that. They are anything but "low maintenance non-shedding". I wish you would stop giving such blatantly false information.




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Norman...you apparently have never met an smooth coated Collie if you think that. They are anything but "low maintenance non-shedding". I wish you would stop giving such blatantly false information.

It's the internet. Everyone is an expert haha
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It's the internet. Everyone is an expert haha
Right...if it's on wikipedia it must be true.

I used to have rough coat collies. My friend has smooth coats. I think I had way more hair on me when I'm with her dogs than my rough coats or my shepherds!




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