Scottish Collie or Scotch Collie

On Scottish Islands quite cold, so the locals would be hard to contain pets, so sheltie used to pasture cattle, sheep and young ponies. Ever since the 19th century on the islands has been increasing the number of cattle, so Sheltie who do not are large in size, it was difficult to deal with the protection of the herd. Residents have used dogs of other breeds, but even then there were the defenders of this beautiful breed. People who have used dogs as pets have created club "scotland", which calls for the continuation local breed and to prevent the complete destruction of the species. Their voice has been taken into account and by 1912 sheltie received international recognition. Now they are called as a kind of collie, which is quite small in size. Features have emerged since Sheltie centuries and have survived: a shorter snout, small tail and protruding ears. A rare breed sheltie sets it apart from its neighbors, and all because of the long fur. Rough Miniature Collie is a symbol of beauty and a rare breed of dog breeders. By the 20th centuries miniature collie reached Czech republic, and later the breed has spread through Germany, Poland, Finland, Spain, and came to Russia. Despite not what was originally the sheltie shepherd dog lovers find in it's beauty and elegance, so you can often find collie as a pet and repeated participant of exhibitions. Shelties are often accommodated in the apartments, as for this type of dog small room Vliet positively to its development. Sheltie-inteligentnaya breed. Though small in size, but the dog is very beautiful. By nature, a miniature collie soft and easy to deal with, as well as mobile and rarely show aggression to anything. Patient, as well as the honor of his master. Appearance at the noble collie, due to the symmetrical skull. Small eyes, often dark brown, and sometimes the eyes are the blue mottled. Now there are "English Shetland Sheepdog Club." Very influential club for connoisseurs Sheltie throughout Scotland. The club was founded in Birmingham and is an important event in the history of the breed. Then there were the first champions of the famous and candidates of sheltie is Free black-and-white color, as well as the Sheltie Lerwick Jarl. These rocks are highly valued in Scandinavia and the UK, and the last time the UK has become home to some new breeds Shelties. This event was followed in the early 20th century. Then, after the war was lost hundreds of purebred dogs, but by enthusiasts, dog owners who have been intentionally cross breeds with the usual exhibition sheltie to save the view. Then there were the first purebred sheltie: Miss Halirris, Children's Ward of-Mountford, Sestnat Sweet Lady, these rocks were the basis for the development of the current exhibition sheltie and were able to save a beautiful view to the present day. Dog breeders began to call their pets interesting names: Tuni dog, which means "small" Fairy Dog, which means "magic dog" and sheltie-common name for this species.