This spectacular Bearded Collie Pen Holder will spruce up any desk or work station. With a beautiful wood plaque mount, an intricately designed figurine and a handsome gold tone pen, your new desk accessory is sure to bring up lots of conversation about your favorite friend. Each Bearded Collie Pen Holder measures approximately 6″ x 4 ¾” inches. The Bearded Collie Pen Holder is always a fantastic gift.
Bearded Collie SANDICAST Dog Figurine Sculpture Artist Sandy Brue’s designs have set an industry standard. Every sculpture exhibits a stunning realism that is the hallmark of a SANDICAST piece. Hand-casting is a slow, methodical process that produces a piece free of flaws and bubbles. Every intricate detail is captured–be it a bulldog’s furrowed brow, the velvety texture of a Siamese cat’s ear, or a West Highland Terrier’s little, curled tongue. Following casting, each SANDICAST sculpture must pass strict quality control before it can be painted. Artisans use both bristle and air brush methods of painting. Multiple painting steps and techniques take longer, and cost more to produce. SANDICAST creates the highest quality, most realistic, and lifelike sculptures on the market today. The final step is the insertion of specially crafted glass eyes. Glass eyes give more sparkle and many are custom made for SANDICAST. Often people comment when looking at SANDICAST animals, It feels as if they’re staring right back at you!”Dimensions of Bearded Collie sculpture: 6″L x 3″W x 4″H”
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One of Britain?s oldest breeds, the Bearded Collie is an exuberant and confident herding dog. The ?Beardie? gets its name from the charming bunch of hair that grows down from its chin onto its chest. It is also sometimes called the Highland Collie. Intelligent and friendly
Nothing beats the exceptional look and quality of our Bearded Collie Hold-a-Note. Among the finest made, you will be provided with great satisfaction and long lasting enjoyment. Why not pamper yourself or give a loved one a Bearded Collie gift to show them how much you care. The Bearded Collie Hold-a-Note will make the perfect gift for any Bearded Collie lover. Shop with confidence, because all products come with a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee. Click over now to see the big selection of Bearded Collie gifts we offer.
This bearded collie pup makes a wonderful addition to the family.
New! Stone Resin Realistic Bearded Collie Dog Figurine Each figurine is carefully hand painted for that extra bit of realism. We boast a collection that offers the world’s most popular dog breeds as well as its rarest! From Afghans to Yorkshire Terriers, we’ve got them all! All Dog Figurines are Individually Boxes. Each piece is appx. 4 to 5″ long x 2″ to 4″ tall.”
Give your Christmas tree decorations a unique look with this wonderful Bearded Collie Christmas Ornament. Made from quality porcelain, the Bearded Collie dog Christmas Ornament will help make your holiday season special. This collectible series Bearded Collie Christmas Ornament has the full color dog image on both the front and the back side of the ornament. Each Bearded Collie dog Christmas Ornament comes individually packaged in a nice gift box. The beautifully designed Bearded Collie Christmas Ornament is approximately 2 1/8 inches wide x 3 3/8 inches tall x 7/8 inches deep.
Our 60 umbrella features a wind proof design and a sturdy wooden handle. Four of the eight panels are decorated with the Best of Show Breeds which feature the superb artwork by Vladimir Tzenov. Keep you and your companion dry during those rainy walks. Over 100 breeds to choose from. Great Gift Item.”
If you are looking for a dog that marches to the beat of its own drummer, loves to round up the kids for dinnertime and has a happy go lucky attitude, then you may want to take a look at the Bearded Collie.
This breed, which has been seen as far back as 1514 in Scotland, is a direct descendent of the Polish Sheepdog. It is fairly likely that the Bearded Collie is also related to the Old English sheepdog because of the obvious similarities.
Some of the Beardie’s talents are tracking, herding and performing tricks. The Bearded Collie was used in Scotland as a herder of both sheep and cattle. Since collie is the Scottish word for herding dog, it makes sense that the breed eventually became known as the Bearded Collie.
This breed, which is still fairly rare in the U.S., is registered with AKC as a member of the Herding group.
The Beardie is a robust, hardy and active dog. This medium to large sized dog weighs in at a solid 40-60 pounds with a height of 20-22 inches. The Beardie has a shaggy coat all over his body, including under the chin, which makes him look as if he is sporting a beard. That is why lovers of this breed refer to it as Beardie.
The Bearded Collie is not recommended for apartment life. These dogs are fairly active, even indoors, and will do best with at least an average-sized yard. This is a dog that needs lots of exercise, preferably running free. Beardies do not like to be confined and your dog should have a place to run off of its lead.
Obedience training is important for this breed because although they are intelligent, these dogs can be very headstrong. Since it was bred to be an independent thinker, the Beardie may resist training. The Beardie is a natural herder of people and animals. They are noisy barkers, but most Beardies do not make good watchdogs.
Grooming for the Bearded Collie involves daily brushing of its long, shaggy coat. If you don’t maintain your dog’s coat, it will become so matted that you will have to have the dog shaved to remove the matts.
You should use a brush to thoroughly groom your dog’s coat once a day. A fine mist of water will help to tease out any matts. A spray on conditioner can also be helpful. Pay extra attention to the coat when the dog is shedding. Grooming can help gather up all of that loose hair before it hits the ground.
You might want to consider having your dog professionally groomed every few months. A daily check of the eyes, ears and paws is also a good idea. Bathe your dog or use a dry shampoo when necessary. Check regularly for ticks on the thick undercoat.
Overall, Beardies are a sturdy breed that enjoys good health. However, problems do occur within the breed. These include allergies, hip dysplasia, hypothyroidism, auto-immune disease and some eye problems. Also, the breed’s dense coat may conceal external parasite infestation.
If you’re looking for a dog that is a good family companion that has a tail that is almost constantly wagging, then the Beardie may just be the perfect breed for you and your family.