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    blue merle collies

    these look so cute and come up so cheep.

    nothing , £30 , £100

    why so cheap?
    are they good around children?are they a good family dog etc.

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    I have a blue Merle collie. Watch out with the cheap breeders. And research research research! You have to watch out because of inbreeding. This was unfortunatly done a lot when they were first brought to the US. Though I see you have Euro money there so it maybe different there.

    Make sure you find a reputable breeder that does health testing. They are prone to blindness and hip displasia. (Just naming the major ones I can remember).

    My collie is very good with children. Though her herding instinct is almost nill which is the result of substandard breeding.

    But she's a wonderful companion and for those that are dedicated to the grooming I think their a perfect family pet. :D

    Europes collie standard is a bit different from the US version.

    Blessed Be

    Salem Witch Child

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil2
    no thats not like it.sound good though
    Not like what? There are different types of collies. Mine is a Rough collie.
    Blessed Be

    Salem Witch Child

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    Quote Originally Posted by phil2
    im asking advice on blue merle.
    Blue Merle is a color. Many breeds can be blue merle.
    Blessed Be

    Salem Witch Child



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