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And now we will start to use the thin brush. We’re using the thin brush because I want to get this coat out and we’ll get the coat out for me. Now, I use the thin brush because not only does it get the hair out more easily. The hair comes out to the brush more easily. Less people seem to think that the Rough Collie is a Scottish breed and then the actual fact, really, it doesn’t have to do at Scotland at all.
Breed to the show dog, originated in the Birmingham, in Nottingham area of England that the first dog that all colleagues go back to was the dog called, truffle and he was born in Ireland. And Smooth Collie which is supposedly this breed without a long coat but it isn’t really because they have a totally different temperament and my belief is that this dog was not bred as a sheep dog but was bred more as a cattle dog and is used for herding cattle. And certainly, I have used them myself when I was working on the farm and they were far better with cattle than they were with the sheep.
And I think that the Smooth Collie is a driving dog and was used to drive the cattle to market. And it’s easier—it is easier all the time. Come on young man, that’s a good boy. I know we’re getting bored and here’ a good lad.
One of the Historians out now are breed, it’s traced, actually traced a breed that’s very similar to this right back to the fifth century and it was assumed that they’ve probably came over with the North Romans from France or it doesn’t seem be any sign of this sort of breed in France today, that’s indigenous breed in France.