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Border Collie: Quiz

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Question 1:
Where does Border Collie come from?
Netherlands
UK - Great Britain
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South Africa

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  Blue Merle Border Collie puppy at fourteen weeks demonstrating stereotyped breed-specific behaviors including eye (gaze and lowered stance); this dog's eyes are different colors, which is not uncommon in merles
  A Border Collie in Wales
  A Sable Border Collie competing in agility
  A tri-color Border Collie face

Question 3:
Border Collie, Yorkshire Terrier and Bulldog are all:
Dog breeds originating in Wales Dog breeds originating in Scotland Dog breeds originating in England All pages needing cleanup

Question 4: Jag, the dog of Montana governor ________, which regularly accompanies him to work.
Brian SchweitzerHaley BarbourEd RendellBill Richardson

Question 5: The ears of the Border Collie are also highly variable — some have fully erect ears, some fully dropped ears, and others semi-erect ears (similar to that of the ________ or sighthounds).
Rough CollieAustralian ShepherdOld English SheepdogSmooth Collie

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Border Collie jumping 6 feet at Wool Expo, Armidale, NSW
  The Border Collie uses a direct stare at sheep, known as "the eye", to intimidate while herding
  A Sable Border Collie competing in agility
  A running Border Collie

Question 7: Their ________ can be anywhere from slick to lush, and can come in many colors, although black and white is by far the most common.
Coat (dog)Dog breedDog anatomyDog

Question 8: Striker, who is the current ________ holder for "Fastest Car Window Opened by a Dog" at 11.34 seconds.
NBA recordsLand speed recordGuinness World RecordsMotorcycle land speed record

Question 9: The breed was also recognised in 1994 by the ________ (AKC) after occupying the AKC's Miscellaneous Class for over fifty years.
Working Group (dogs)Conformation showDogAmerican Kennel Club

Question 10: In the ________, the vast majority of Border Collies are registered with the American Border Collie Association, which is dedicated to the preservation of the working dog.
United StatesAlaskaCanadaPhilippines







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