Victorian Collie Rescue

The Collie as Family Member

The ideal place for your Collie to live is in your home with the family. Collies are very social, family oriented dogs and do not adapt well to life on a chain or in a kennel. If deprived of its rightful place as a full-fledged family member, a Collie's personality will never have a chance to fully develop and behavior problems may occur. Collies are not pesky dogs; they are content to receive an occasional pat or kind word from their owners. Most Collies are very sensitive to the moods and disapproval of their human family members and require only a verbal reprimand or a disapproving look as punishment. The benefits of keeping your Collie in the house are many: your dog will be happier, healthier and cleaner, and you will have a constant source of companionship, love, amusement, and protection. Collies are generally very easy to housebreak and if groomed regularly, will have almost no "doggy smell". If the idea of having a dog in the house is not acceptable to you, then perhaps you need to rethink your decision to acquire a collie as a pet.


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