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Breed Standards for the Bearded Collie

General Appearance and Coat- Its coat is double with a soft, furry undercoat. The Outer coat is flat, harsh, and fairly straight; it is sufficient to protect the dog

Head and Neck- Beard, large, wide-set eyes with soft expression, framed by long eyebrows, broad flat skull.

Hind Quarters- Level top line, low-set tail carried low, with slight upward curve at end.

Special Characteristics- Any shade of gray or chocolate, white may appear as a blaze, or on tail tip, feet and chest, tan points may also occur.

Temperament- Lively and playful, full of enthusiasm and energy


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