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Daemon
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Herding Dogs

A herding dog is a type of pastoral dog that has been selectively bred for the purpose of directing and controlling the movement of livestock. Renowned for their intelligence and responsiveness to commands, these dogs make excellent pets as long as they are kept active. Potential owners should also be aware that the dogs’ herding instinct may occasionally lead them to bump people or nip at their heels in an attempt to herd them. What is the difference between a header and a heeler? More...
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Herding Dog Breeds

Herding dog breeds like sheepdogs and collies thrive on farms herding livestock like cattle, but they can adapt to many other environments with proper training and plenty of exercises. Although jobs like herding cattle are often associated with large breeds, there are plenty of small herding dog breeds, like the Corgi. Explore them all below to find the perfect working dog for your needs.
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