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Australian Cattle Dogs
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Bearded Collies
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Belgian Malinois
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Belgian Tervuren
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Border Collies
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Bouviers des Flandres
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Briards
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Canaan Dogs
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Cardigan Welsh Corgis
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Collies (Rough)
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Collies (Smooth)
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Entlebucher Mountain Dogs
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Finnish Lapphunds
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German Shepherd Dogs
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Icelandic Sheepdogs
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Norwegian Buhunds
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Old English Sheepdogs
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Pembroke Welsh Corgis
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Polish Lowland Sheepdogs
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Pulik
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Pyrenean Shepherds
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Shetland Sheepdogs
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Swedish Vallhunds
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Welsh Corgis (Cardigan) OLD
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Welsh Corgis (Pembroke) OLD
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Herding Group


The Herding Group consists of 17 breeds of dogs whose talent and claim to fame are their ability to herd sheep and cattle. Man's use of dogs to help him tend livestock dates from ancient times, and a good herding dog is still highly prized today. Quickness, stamina and an uncanny intelligence are the marks of the herding dog.  

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