I'd love to have a sticker like that!This is for the border collie owners ( and others ) .
Found this link somewhere.
It gets very funny about 1/3 of the way in.
I have a sticker on the back of my car that says " How many border collies are enough ? "
I think this video answers my question....
Thanks! Bernese has been guessed by quite a few, but I doubt it. The bone structure is all wrong. We actually met a female Bernese, 5 months old, and she was sooo much bigger than he was at 7 months. The hair is different too. Bernese are coarser and curlier. Brody is quite soft, although he gets really woolly after he's been out in the rain. The long hair on his ears looks like its been crimped. So cute!bernese mountain dog. and unless you know the mum, i'd say he's more australian shepherd than BC.
he's absolutely gorgeous!
Thanks, Mary K, we think so too!Brody has some of the same traits and fur, crimped feathers when they're wet (agree so cute), tail, leg feathers etc. as my boy Ra Kismet. He's, we think, part Shepherd (English or Belgian????) and I think, some BC (especially seeing where he was born) same 'nipping' to protect me (fortunately not so much now), very strong herding instinct, but not shy at all. Loves to play soccer 'herd' a soccer ball and doesn't like people 'splitting up', everyone should stay together when out. I too have had Bernese Mountain Dog, but like Brody, my boy's too small, bone structure all wrong too.
Whatever Brody is, he's ADORABLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes Brody was undoubtedly stressed because of you and your kids 'splitting up'. I've had German Shepherds, one in particular, who also, because they too are herding dogs, get very stressed. Brody's much happier I'm sure home with a good juicy marrow bone. LOL poor chap, probably came close to a nervous breakdown, all that coming and going, thought he was failing in his duty to keep you all nicely herded together. He's a sweetheart He meant wellThanks, Mary K, we think so too!
I like what you said about people splitting up. I help my two youngest kids with their newspaper delivery in our neighborhood. When we first got Brody, I thought it would be a good outing for him to come along with us. I pull a little cart with all the papers in it, and the kids grab a bundle each and then run off to all the houses. Brody got so stressed, and I didn't really understand why, I just was annoyed with him, because I was trying to pull this heavy cart while he was yanking me back and forth as the kids were coming and getting more papers then running off to deliver them. We leave him in his crate now with a nice old marrow bone filled with peanut butter. Much less stress for all of us!