First I must admit that I am not the worlds formost authority on anything,
least of all Shelties. *VBG*
Back a couple of years ago when I was receiving the two sheltie magazines
I counted one time all the bi-blacks & bi-blues & sables.
The bis were in the majority. I thought at the time "where have all the sables
(my favorites) gone?"
But I've been kinda out of touch ...somewhat since then, so I could be wrong.
I left two of the "sheltie groups" because of all the arguing & fussing.
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From: "theyoungs" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Monday, January 10, 2005 5:42 AM
Subject: Re: [FARMCOLLIE] Searching for the elusive bi-black collie
>> > Bi-black shelties are "a dime a dozen" .... sort of.
>> > Not unusual at all.
>> > Vicci
> I wish they were "a dime a dozen" I would love to own one. I
> would say in this area bi blacks make up 2 to 5% of the sheltie population.
> Sables of course are #1, followed by merles, but we see few bi blacks. Even
> going to agility shows I see very few. Just enough to make me drool. :-)