Akira Rayne Loves Frisbees

Akira Rayne Loves Frisbees

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Terry & Becky Gose would like all of you to meet Akira Rayne!  Akira is a 1.5 year old  slate merle border collie who loves frisbees!

border collieWhat is the name of your border collie?
Akira Rayne

How old is Akira Rayne?
1 ½ years old

How did Akira become part of your family?
My husband and I bought her from a breeder.

Does she have any special talents or tricks?
Akira is a very fast learner and is so eager to learn new tricks.  She is an avid Frisbee player and we have just started teaching her some tricks using the Frisbee.

 

border collie birthday cakeWhat is the one thing that you love the most about having a border collie as a pet?
Having Akira as a pet is simply amazing! She is a companion for the entire family and very protective. She’s inquisitive and so eager to learn new things. It never takes her long to master one task and then she’s ready to move on to the next challenge. Akira is a motherly type of dog. We have a Cocker Spaniel/Wheaton Terrier puppy that she babies as well.

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Dash the Border Collie’s Agility Run

Dash the Border Collie’s Agility Run

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BorderCollieFC member, Katie, sent us this great video of her amazing border collie, Dash, doing an agility training run that we wanted to share with all of you!  For more, see Dash on Instagram!

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Olaf is a Very Loyal Border Collie Pup!

Olaf is a Very Loyal Border Collie Pup!

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Jack Fleming would like all of you to meet his new border collie pup, Olaf!  Olaf is a 11 month old puppy who is a very loyal friend!

What is the name of your border collie?
Olaf

How old is Olaf?
11 months.  He was born on 8/7/2016

How did Olaf become part of your family?
Bought from an Amish farmer

What is the one thing that you love the most about having a border collie as a pet?
Olaf is still a pup but can catch Frisbees really well!

 

 

border collie dogWhat is the one thing that you love the most about having a border collie as a pet? 
They always want to play and learn!

Do you have any interesting or funny stories to share about your border collie?
Olaf is a bit stingy with the toys in the house. At Christmas after he and my other collie, Manto, opened a gift, Olaf would grab it and put it on the couch then stand guard over them.

What else do you want people to know about your border collie?
Olaf is very loyal to me. He stays in my presence all the time I am with him! 🙂

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Border Collie Friends

Border Collie Friends

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Here’s a great photo montage by Frank Leguen de Lacroix featuring his beautiful border collies Tosca, Yka, Flea, Lad, Jake & Jedd.  Can you imagine life with five border collies?  It’s probably a lot of work, but also a lot of fun! 🙂

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