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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bearded_Collie

The Bearded Collie, or Beardie, is a herding breed of dog once used primarily by Scottish shepherds, but now mostly a popular family companion. Bearded Collies have an average weight of 18–27 kilograms (40–60 lb).

beardedcollieclub.us/about-beardies/articles/beardie-breeders-puppy-prices

How much experience in dogs does the breeder have? ... The average Beardie pup costs between $1500 – $2500, depending on where you are geographically  ...

beardie.net/hobo/description/bearded_collie_why_not.htm

Bearded Collie issues with owning this herding dog. ... You should do this with any breed you are thinking of owning and many of these cautions apply to many other ... First, a well bred healthy Beardie puppy can cost you $1000 or more.

www.puppyfind.com/bearded+collie.php

Its hair must be brushed and combed at least twice a week and parted along the back. Bearded Collies have an average life span of 12-13 years and litters of ...

www.nextdaypets.com/Bearded-Collie.htm

How much do Bearded Collie puppies cost? The cost to buy a Bearded Collie varies greatly and depends on many factors such as the breeders' location, ...

groups.google.com/d/topic/rec.pets.dogs.breeds/UKY0d-GvWmc

Mar 15, 2002 ... I don't know much about Bearded Collies so. I can't speak ... Do some breeders breed dogs of poor temperament? Yes. ... Costs would be more ...

www.petplanet.co.uk/dog_breed_profile.asp?dbid=30

Bearded Collies belong to the pastoral group and are used as sheepdogs, as companions and seen in the show-ring. Cost of Ownership. Average Food Cost.

www.adoptapet.com/s/adopt-a-bearded-collie

Local Bearded Collie rescue and adoption to help you find a pet. ... Read more about each Bearded Collies' personality traits, and favorite things to do. ... Before you adopt a Bearded Collie, consider how much time your new family member ...

bccc.pairsite.com/beardie_FAQ.html

Nov 8, 2010 ... Do Bearded Collies get along with children? ... How much should I expect to pay for a Bearded Collie Puppy? ... Higher cost does not necessarily equate to higher quality, however also beware of 'bargain basement' prices.