Thinking About Adopting a Border Collie?
There are many things to consider before you adopt a Border Collie:
Be sure you're ready to make a lifelong commitment to your pet.
The cost of purchasing or adopting a dog is only the start. Don't forget dog food, toys, treats, bedding, routine and emergency veterinary care, and kennel expenses if no one will be able to care for your dog when you go away.
Border Collies are high-energy dogs and need daily exercise to burn off that excess energy.
Don't make the mistake of getting a dog "for the kids" and assuming they will take care of it. You will have the ultimate responsibility. And if your children are toddlers, are you prepared to supervise all interaction between them? This is an absolute necessity in order to prevent accidental nipping or worse.
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