Scotch Collie


Scotch Collie


Scotch Collie Profile

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Lifespan: 10-14 Years

Avg height: 58-63cm

Avg weight: 22-31kg

Coat type: Rough, straight, long hair or smooth, flat, short hair

Coat colours: Sable and white, tri-colour, blue merle, white and tan

Originally bred for: Sheep herding

Breed traitsObedient, trainable, playful, gentle 


A little about the Scotch Collie

The Scotch Collie does not fail to impress. Their high trainability means they are not opposed to impressing a crowd, nor show off that they are keen to please. This sweet-natured breed will get along with everyone, from other dogs to small household pets and children. They are tolerant, highly friendly, and outgoing.



Scotch Collies can have issues with: Collie Eye Anomaly, MDR1 Sensitivity, Gastric Dilation Volvulus (GDV), and Epilepsy.