Collie and Shepherd Crosses: Excellent Family Pets!

Over the years at Curious Puppies we have had many mixed breeds, including the always popular collie and shepherd crosses. We have had beautiful Border collie crosses, sheltie (Shetland sheepdog) and rough collie crosses, Australian shepherd, German shepherd and others. Many times these farm mixes are from working farm dogs, other times they are from planned litters of family pets. Both have made some amazing litters over the years and we love to show off these wonderful pets and let people know how great collie and shepherd crosses can be.

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Our young family has been fostering puppies since 2007 and has enjoyed many special breeds and hybrid cross breeds. We simply provide a temporary home to puppies before they are adopted by their forever families. The puppies always enjoy the personal attention from our two children as well as the other dogs in our family, and they are occasionally spoiled even getting to put our children to bed! The puppies also love being able to play with our friends and their children who visit, and it?s always great for them to be exposed to so many different people at the ideal ages.

We have 3 dogs of our own: - Buster, a Boston Terrier x Beagle (also known as a Boggle). - Georgia, a pure bred silky black American Cocker Spaniel. - Dakota, a Landseer Newfoundland dog (Newfie).

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5 Responses to “Choosing Collie and Shepherd Crosses”
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  1. Anne says:

    My family is very interested in adopting a German Shepherd and rough collie female puppy. Please contact me if you are able to help me find an available puppy.

  2. Carl says:

    I’ve watched my brothers Collie Sheppard, Koda, grow up for the last 5 or 6 years and I definitely agree with what’s said here. They have in my opinion the perfect mix of friendliness, intelligence, energy and loyalty you could want in a dog, and for that reason I’m currently looking for one of my own. Of course, it doesn’t just happen though, Koda was socialised and trained well but the results are a great addition to the family.

  3. Kari says:

    Do you have any pics of adult sheltie germans?

  4. Candice says:

    We are looking for a collie, shepherd mix. I have a son that is legally blind. On the 4 of October, he found out she had pancreatic cancer, and was suffering. He did one of the hardest things he has ever had to do, Zena was his life, his eyes, ears, best friend, she even saved his life once, she was 14 years old. My son is devastated he felt protected at all times. She was a husky, ridgeback, St Barnard mix was SMART, good with kids other animals. My son dose not want a service animal, as he wants them to be able to be petted and interactive with others. The family would like to get him an collie, shepherd mix as we have researched, feeling this might be the best of both worlds for him. Christmas time would be a good time as it will give him time. Could you let me know if you have any, even before Christmas would be fine, would like a puppy or a younger, female, however some males bond well it just depends on there personality. Thanks for your time

  5. Shawn says:

    Hi. We adopted a shelter puppy. We were told the mother was a black border collie, and they suspected the father was a Sheppard. The 7th and 9th picture above looks almost exactly like our puppy. He has huge front paws and the same exact markings, and colors. His face is a little more narrow ( smaller). Would this be a German Sheppard mix then? No one seems to know including our vet. Any input would be appreciated.


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