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   There is a woman in my area who does dog rescue - any type of dog, any
age (but mostly young adults and puppies).   Just recently, she received
a litter of four collie pups.  I went to see them, and they are
definitely collies, though one solid-brown black masked pup hints that
there might be "something" else in there.   They have more of the
"old-fashioned" collie look - large eyes, broad muzzles.
   Pup 1- the brown one, male.
   Pup 2- another male, this one is light sable with a white muzzle, very
shy - he will wag close to you but
              jump away before he can be touched.
   Pup 3- a female, also shy but not as much as the male.  Keeps her ears
laid back but will approach.
   Pup 4- female, this one has a full blaze edged in black, and black
freckles on her muzzle.   She looks like she
              will have prick ears.    Very friendly and outgoing.
   They are about 8-9 weeks old, with thick fur, perhaps 8 pounds each
(but a little fat).   Their behavior and play styles are very
stereotypical collie - just like a litter of baby Bonnies!   Speaking of
which, they loved her.   All four of the little ones surrounded her and
followed her around the yard.   They are not afraid of other dogs at all,
very nice dog manners.   There are pictures on http://www.allbreed.org
that do not do these guys justice- they are way cuter than their pics.
I'm going to "take over" the shy male if I can, try to get him out and
socialize him.
    The rescuer isn't really happy about long-distance adoptions, any
homes would need to be in the MD area.  OTOH, if I can convince her, I'm
willing to drive any distance (within reason).

Jana
  & Bonnie
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