Kalakoli Princess Jazmin AD JD
Jaz put on a bit of weight in her later days,
but was once a regular competitor in the agility ring, and she loved working cattle.
Jaz was always the alpha-dog
of the pack and always ready to work.
With the stuborn cattle we tend to have, she adopted a non-BC
attitude of stand up and bark - and bite whenever you can. It's a good
aproach when the Border Collie "eye" fails to work. She stood 52cm (21") at
the shoulder in her youth and weighed about 24 kg in her prime.
She loved going to agility and doing her "jobs" around the farm, like
herding the chickens to bed and getting those dang cows out of the Sugar
In her old age she became a nice old retired house dog, and quite liked that
See Jaz at Work
for more photos.
Jaz in a well used chair. This is what the furniture tends to look
like when you have a few Border Collies around the house. And this is the
Human, Tim's, favorite outdoor chair!
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