dog in circle


Bearded Collie


Bearded Collie profile

Exercise:stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon
stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon
Friendliness with dogs:
stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon
Friendliness with people:stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon
Ease of training:stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon
Grooming effort:stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon
Affection:stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon stats-icon


Lifespan: 13-15 Years

Avg height: 51-56cm

Avg weight: 20-25kg

Coat type: Long, harsh, outer coat and soft undercoat.

Coat colours: Sandy, red-brown, blue, black, grey.

Originally bred for: Scottish herding breed.

Breed traits: Lively, gentle, alert, active, hardy.


A little about the Bearded Collie


The Bearded Collie was originally used as a Scottish herding breed, however, it is now a desirable family pet, because of its gentle, stable, and energetic nature.  




Bearded Collies may be predisposed to the following health conditions: Canine Hip Dysplasia, Epilepsy, Colonic Disease, Pemphigus, Hypoadrenocorticism (Addison's), Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Persistent Pupillary Membrane, Cataracts, and Von Willebrands Disease.