Heh, heh... Yeah, folks say that she has trained me more than I've trained her. However, there are a few times when she starts to push her limits and puts on her herding 'game face', giving me "The Eye". It is typically when she wants to play outside, but the weather is too hot, too cold, or too wet. She generally changes her mind after she gets outside, or sees that it is raining. But then she wants to go back out soon afterwards. After awhile, she gets the point that I won't fall for it twice. Then she will give a "hrrmph" and drop down to the floor with a thump.jar said:At least she's not spoiled.
Thank you, Ed. It is my understanding that the blonde and white coloration is the result of a recessive gene. It also results in the liver-colored nose ('Dudley Nose') seen in some of her other photos. However, I have heard that this color is more common in Finland, but they may breed for it there.SpecialEd said:She's a beaute! But I've never seen a Border collie that color before is that common?