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Herding

All breeds share the impressive capacity to control the movement of different animals. A momentous illustration is the low-set Corgi, maybe one foot tall at the shoulders, that can drive a herd of cows commonly its size to pasture by jumping and nipping at their heels. The vast majority of Herding dogs, as family pets, never run into a homestead animal. Also, unadulterated sense prompts a lot of these dogs to delicately crowd their proprietors, particularly the offspring of the family. All in all, these insightful dogs make great companions and respond beautifully to training exercises.