Bess, our Border Collie puppy, 25th August.

Patches

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9 weeks old we believe (we were told she was 8 weeks but vet said she was younger, nearer 6 when we got her). She's grown so much in the week we were away and in the three weeks we've had her.

Love how her ear is cocking up and she's now got that proper manic border collie look about her. It's all in the eyes!

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She's even more proficient at leg yielding than me and Patches!
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She's certainly looking much better now. Does seem to have a bit of a manic look to her, maybe its the odd eyes
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Mind you our GSD pup can get that look in her eye, and then we know we are in for trouble. She tend to have what we call blue smartie periods, when she goes totally loopy. usually ends up being put out of the room on to the "naughty step"
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Yes she is. Real bundle of energy.

Although I'm not sure how great she'll be as a "cow dog" on our farm...she's terrified of cows, cats, chickens, horses.
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My collie works sheep. She is from all working lines and her first 'herd' was at only 12 weeks old... hehe.. So i'm sure your bundle of energy & joy will be just fine! =D
Shes gorgeous, and take it from me, female collies are smarter
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