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13 Collie Mixes – Super Collie Cross Breeds You Will Love

The name Collie is associated with animals, sheep. We almost, always think of Collies on sheep farms in Australia.

Generally, Collies are farm dogs but the Collie Mixes are quite manageable and lovable family dogs.

13 Super Collie Mixes

You can take out a Mixed Collie to the beach for an early morning run and a swim.

You can take a Mixed Collie and introduce it to living inside your home with training.

 

You will not have ripped up furniture as these dogs take well to training.

The variety of colors in the Mixed Collies will give you a wide range of choices.

 

I am sure that you will find one to suit your character.

 

List Of Collie Mixes

 

#1 Aussie Collie – (Australian Shepherd x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

 

#2 Boxollie – (Boxer x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

 

#3 Cadoodle – (Collie x Poodle mix)

From: Instagram

 

#4 Cattle Collie Dog – (Australian Cattle Dog x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

 

#5 Collie Pyrenees – (Collie x Great Pyrenees mix)

From: Instagram

 

#6 Cosheltie – (Collie x Shetland Sheepdog mix)

From: Instagram

 

#7 Doberman Collie – (Doberman Pinscher x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

 

#8 Gollie – (Golden Retriever x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

 

#9 Labollie – (Labrador Retriever x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

 

#10 Pointollie – (Pointer x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

 

#11 Shollie – (German Shepherd x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

 

#12 Ski-Collie– (American Eskimo x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

 

#13 Sprollie – (English Springer Spaniel x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

 

Which Collie Mixes do you like most?

Which Collie Mix Breed did you choose? I would love the Collie that loves to swim in the early morning after a run.

Have you ever had one in your family?

 

Have you ever had one in your home?

The importance of this list is to give the shopper an idea of what is available in the shelters.

 

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