English Shepherd on CL

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  1. JoLeigh

    JoLeigh New Member

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    Kyla needs a home! She is a friendly, playful, purebred English Shepherd puppy. She is
    registered with the English Shepherd Club Of America. She was born
    12/15/11. Kyla loves children, enjoys meeting people, and is well
    mannered. She is playful and enjoys walks. Kyla gets along well with
    dogs of all sizes, horses, children of all ages, and strangers. She is
    affectionate and flips over for a belly rub when you pet her. Kyla is
    housetrained, cratetrained, and leashtrained. She is highly
    intelligent and enjoys learning new tricks. She knows basic obedience,
    as well as a few tricks. Kyla is spayed, microchipped, and vaccinated.
    This breed is sometimes called the farm collie. English Shepherds are
    the ancestors of most of the modern day herding breeds and they have
    existed on farms across Europe since Roman times. They are the ideal
    big dog. They weigh between 40 and 70 lbs. They are highly intelligent
    and easily understand rules, commands, and expectations. They are brave
    and devoted to their families. Many of the stories that won popularity
    for the modern day collie such as Lassie Come Home were actually
    written about English Shepherds. Until the 1950s English Shepherds
    could be found in homes and farms across America. However the English
    shepherd is now considered to be a rare breed. English Shepherds make
    excellent companions, trustworthy in any situation. They posess almost
    human intelligence and require little training, understanding
    immediately what behavior is required for each situation. They are
    well-mannered and when there is no work they are content to curl up by
    the fire and take a nap. The English Shepherd has many talents and can
    herd stock or hunt game.
     
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    Sit Stay Not a Border Collie

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    She's adorable and a nicely bred dog! I'll cross post her to some people, I'm sure she'll get a great home either way.
     
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    Great :) I certainly hope so
     
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    Update: we found the breeder she was contacted yesterday so we'll see.
     

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