The Herding dogs group

Herdig dogs

The herding dogs group consists of canines with the desire and ability to control the movements of other animals. These dogs were bred mostly to help farmers round up cattle and sheep on the farms, a task they are still doing today. Herding dogs usually stalk and stare to accomplish their tasks, while some breeds use barking and nipping. Common for all the dogs in the herding group is their ability to follow their master’s commands, while also using their very own judgment

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