The Old English Sheepdog's beginnings go back to 18th century England. Originally raised in West England as a drover of sheep and cattle, this breed today is popular as a farm dog, show dog and as a playful pet. Standing about two feet at the shoulder this compact dog tops off at about 65 pounds. Characteristic of this breed is its shuffling bear like gait. Their dense outer coat is weather resistant with profuse curl free hair. Long hair appears to cover their eyes, but does not obscure their vision. Colors for the breed range from grays and blues to black, with or without white.
Tess and Charles' current litter are available for adoption. For more information check out the "puppies" page.
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