In the unfortunate event of having to rehome our collie. She is incredibly sweet and loving especially for belly rubs and cuddles but she really needs to go to a place with older kids and absolutely no small animals. We’ve not had her long but she’s really being dominant with our other dog and chasing our Guinea pigs which isn’t fair on any of them. She is amazing off the lead and comes straight back to you (aslong as you have her tennis ball) Completely house trained and knows a lot of commands, very intelligent and a really quick learner. I’ve had her around my 3 very young children but she is very fast and has knocked them over hence the reason of going to a home with no or older kids. Please don’t hesitate to ask any questions!
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