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.

 

Learn: 29 Border Collie Mix Dog Breeds

 

List Of Collie Mixes

 

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

From: Instagram

 

#2 Boxollie – (Boxer x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 20-25 inches
  • Weight: 55-85 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10-14 years
  • Adaptability: Great family pooch, good for adoption
  • Shedding Level: Moderate
  • Apartment Friendly: Apartment living may work
  • Playfulness: Playful
  • Child Friendly: Boxer Collie mix fond of children
  • Stranger Friendly: Friendly with strangers if they get training
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Hesitant behaviors toward other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: This Collie mix hesitant behaviors toward cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Friendly with other pets if they get training
  • Barking Tendencies: If you left Boxollie alone or kept busy they may bark
  • Aggression level: Aggressive
  • Working dog: Good guard dog
  • Sickprone: Allergies, hip dysplasia

 

#3 Cadoodle – (Collie x Poodle mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 20-25 inches
  • Weight: 50-70 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 13-15 years
  • Adaptability: Great family dog
  • Shedding Level: This Collie mix prone to shedding
  • Apartment Friendly: The Collie Poodle mix is apartment-friendly
  • Playfulness: Playful and energetic
  • Child Friendly: They do well with children
  • Other Dog-Friendly: For other dogs friendliness they require socialization early
  • Cat Friendly: For cats friendliness, they require socialization early
  • Interaction With Other Pets: For other pets friendliness they require socialization early
  • Aggression level: Can get pretty vicious
  • Working dog: Guard Dog
  • Sickprone: Cadoodle dog doesn’t have many health problems, hip dysplasia and addison’s disease.

 

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

From: Instagram

  • Height: 22-27 inches
  • Weight: 45-75 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 12-15 Years
  • Adaptability: Cattle Collie Dog good for adoption
  • Shedding Level: Minimal shedder
  • Barking Tendencies: This Collie mix dog barks low

 

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

From: Instagram

  • Height: 24-32 inches
  • Weight: 60-90 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10-13 years
  • Adaptability: Wonderful family pets
  • Shedding Level: Collie Pyrenees is a heavy shedder
  • Apartment Friendly: Not suitable for apartment living
  • Playfulness: This Collie mix is a playful pup
  • Child Friendly: Collie Pyrenees is very gentle as well as playful with children. (Elder supervision is always necessary)
  • Stranger Friendly: They are very alert and if they saw some strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: May try to herd other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: May try to herd cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: May try to herd other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: This mix breed very barks loudly
  • Aggression level: Known to be aggressive and stubborn
  • Working dog: Guard dog, working dog
  • Sickprone: Optic nerve columba, gastric dilation volvulus, degenerative myelopathy, and patellar luxation.

 

#6 Cosheltie – (Collie x Shetland Sheepdog mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 15-22 inches
  • Weight: 22-30 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 13-15 years
  • Adaptability: Good family mutt
  • Apartment Friendly: Cosheltie loves to live in an apartment
  • Playfulness: Very intelligent and playful dog
  • Child Friendly: You may even find them trying to herd small children so do not leave them unattended.
  • Other Dog-Friendly: You may even find them trying to herd other dogs
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Sometime you may even find them trying to herd other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Barks loudly when they want your attention
  • Territorial: This Collie mix is very protective
  • Aggression level: Aggressive
  • Working dog: Watchdog
  • Sickprone: Deafness, Von Willebrand’s Disease, Patent Ductus Arteriosus And Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA)

 

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

From: Instagram

  • Weight: Around 45 pounds
  • Adaptability: Loves being around its owners, great breed if you’re looking for a hiking or walking companion
  • Shedding Level: Low shedding pup
  • Child Friendly: Friendly with other children
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Friendly with other animals
  • Barking Tendencies: Typically don’t bark but howl occasionally.
  • Territorial: Stubborn & destructive if not trained properly
  • Aggression level: Aggressive
  • Sickprone: Doberman Collie may be prone to dandruff and they need to have their ears cleaned quite often

 

#8 Gollie – (Golden Retriever x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 22-26 inches
  • Weight: 50-75 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 12 – 15 years
  • Adaptability: Good Pet for new Owner
  • Shedding Level: Sheds a lot
  • Apartment Friendly: This is definitely not a mixed breed to consider if you live in an apartment and are gone for most of the day.
  • Playfulness: Playful and tolerant
  • Child Friendly: Gollies and kids get along great together
  • Stranger Friendly: Stranger friendly
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Gollies will also do well with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: Gollies will also do well with cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Gollies will also do well with other household pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Occasional bark
  • Aggression level: Non-aggressive
  • Working dog: Not a great guard dog
  • Sickprone: Cataracts, Epilepsy And Elbow Dysplasia

 

#9 Labollie – (Labrador Retriever x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height:5-24.5 inches
  • Weight: 30-50 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10-14 years
  • Adaptability: Very family-friendly dog
  • Shedding Level: Moderate Shedders
  • Playfulness: Playful
  • Child Friendly: Great with children
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Friendly with other dogs after early socialization
  • Cat Friendly: Friendly with cats after early socialization
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Friendly with other pets after early socialization
  • Working dog: Guard dog
  • Sickprone: Hip And Elbow Dysplasia and Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA)

 

Read: 64 Lovely Labrador Retriever Mix Dog Breeds

 

#10 Pointollie – (Pointer x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 24-27 inches
  • Weight: 55-75 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 10 years
  • Adaptability: Pointollie makes a great family dog
  • Shedding Level: Sheds very little
  • Apartment Friendly: Active for the smaller space of an apartment
  • Playfulness: Likes to play a lot
  • Child Friendly: Some of these dogs will get along quite well with children of all ages, so all interactions should be carefully supervised
  • Stranger Friendly: Not aggressive towards strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Not aggressive towards other dogs
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Not aggressive towards other animals
  • Barking Tendencies: Pointollies like to bark
  • Territorial: Slightly stubborn pup
  • Aggression level: Left alone for too long, and may respond to these triggers by excessive vocalizations or with destructive chewing and digging.
  • Working dog: Guard dog
  • Sickprone: Pointollie tends to have dry skin, demodectic Mange, canine hip dysplasia, dermatomyositis and collie eye anomaly (CEA)

 

#11 Shollie – (German Shepherd x Collie mix)

From: Instagram

  • Height: 27-29 inches
  • Weight: 70-80 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 12-15 years
  • Adaptability: Great family dogs
  • Shedding Level: More frequent during shedding seasons
  • Apartment Friendly: Not suitable for apartment living
  • Playfulness: They can be one of the friendliest and playful dogs you’ve ever seen.
  • Child Friendly: Do very well with children
  • Stranger Friendly: They can be aloof and wary of strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Moderate, socialization is needed
  • Cat Friendly: These dogs have a high prey drive and will likely chase—and possibly kill—any small animals, including cats, rabbits, and squirrels.
  • Interaction With Other Pets: These dogs have a high prey drive and will likely chase—and possibly kill—any small animals, including cats, rabbits, and squirrels.
  • Barking Tendencies: This mixed breed dog doesn’t bark excessively, however, he will let you know of a potential threat or an intruder by barking.
  • Territorial: Fiercely protective pup
  • Aggression level: They can be a little aggressive mutt
  • Working dog: Guard dog
  • Sickprone: Degenerative myelopathy, elbow, and hip dysplasia, bloat

 

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

From: Instagram

  • Height: 15-26 inches
  • Weight: 20-75 pounds
  • Adaptability: Loyal and loving family pet
  • Shedding Level: Constant shedder and not hypoallergenic
  • Apartment Friendly: Can adapt to apartment or condo living
  • Child Friendly: They will get along but socialization is needed
  • Stranger Friendly: They will get along but socialization is needed (some wariness with strangers until he senses there is no danger to his human family)
  • Other Dog-Friendly: They will get along but socialization is needed
  • Cat Friendly: They will get along but socialization is needed
  • Interaction With Other Pets: They will get along but socialization is needed
  • Working dog: Great watchdog & guard dog
  • Sickprone: Dermatomyositis, Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA) and Ulcerative Dermatosis

 

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

From: Instagram

  • Height: 18-21 inches
  • Weight: 40-55 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 12 to 16 years
  • Adaptability: Great choice for activities like obedience, tracking, agility and rally! They’re best for families with lots of time.
  • Shedding Level: Typically shed
  • Apartment Friendly: Not suited to life in an apartment
  • Playfulness: Playful
  • Child Friendly: Should be monitored around very young children
  • Other Dog-Friendly: They will get along well with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: They will get along well with cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: They will get along well with other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Barking too much
  • Territorial: Dominant pooch
  • Aggression level: Majority of the time they aren’t being aggressive
  • Working dog: Good alert dog but too friendly with people to be a guard dog
  • Sickprone: elbow and hip dysplasia, eye conditions

 

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?

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