How is a sheltie spayed?

Answer Shetland Sheepdogs, or Shelties, are spayed in the same manner as other dogs under normal circumstances. Spaying is done to prevent a female dog from reproducing. Spaying is also done for other rea... Read More »

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How to Do a Sheltie Cut?

The Shetland sheepdog or Sheltie, as it is frequently called, is almost an exact miniature version of a Collie. The American Kennel Club refers to the Sheltie as "a rough-coated, working dog,...ale... Read More »

How big is a sheltie?

The Shetland sheepdog, commonly referred to as a sheltie, is a smaller relative of the collie. Shelties are about 13 to 16 inches in height at the shoulders, and weigh between 14 and 27 pounds on a... Read More »

What is a sheltie like?

Shelties, or Shetland sheepdogs, were bred to herd sheep in the Shetland Islands off the northern coast of Scotland. They came to the United States in 1911 and have been popular pets ever since.Int... Read More »

Why does a sheltie pup tremble?

As small, affectionate dog, Shelties make ideal pets. However, some pups get scared easily, and many different situations may lead them to tremble.FeaturesShelties are miniature collies. They have ... Read More »