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Three month old border collie cross-breed puppy, sitting : Stock Photo
Latin name: Canis familiaris. This border collie is crossed with a sheep dog. Border Collies take their name from the Border regions of Scotland and England where the breed was developed.

Three month old border collie cross-breed puppy, sitting

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Patricia Doyle
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Latin name: Canis familiaris. This border collie is crossed with a sheep dog. Border Collies take their name from the Border regions of Scotland and England where the breed was developed.
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