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Borador - Information on the Dog Breed, Puppies, Breeders, Nature and Temperament


Borador is a mixed breed dog.



It is a cross between a border collie and a Labrador retriever. Like any other hybrid pet, borador dogs also have mixed characteristics of their parents both in appearance as well as in temperament. Usually, a borador dog has the black and white coat of a border collie,but its fur is short and smooth like that of a Labrador.



In terms of size, they are medium-built and resemble a border collie; there coloring also is like a border collie with white patches around the neck and paws. Some borador dogs also have diamond shaped white patches on their chest.

Borador Puppies, Nature and Temperament


Borador puppies are certainly adorable to look at, but they do require much care initially. This is because borador pups are extremely active and there is always a risk that they might hurt themselves.



Once they mature a bit, they turn to be obedient and caring pets. Borador temperament is very balanced, and as mentioned before, it has a very caring nature. It also makes for a good guard dog.

Borador dogs are very intelligent and very quick in learning new commands; as a result, they are easy to train. Boradors are a very active dog breed and they enjoy the company of other people as well as other dogs. They are highly energetic and require regular walks, play, and rides.

Points to remember before bringing a Borador dog at home


Before taking a borador dog for home, you should keep the following points in mind:

• As borador is a hyper active dog, you need to take it on long walks and rides. If you cannot do that, you should not opt for it. If you enjoy going for long walks, your borador can be your best companion.

• If you are living in an apartment or an independent house with small or no yard, you should not choose a borador dog. Due to its very nature, it does not like to live in confined places and requires larger space where it can move around freely.

• If you love to play with your pets and want a quick learning pet, borador will be the best choice. You will enjoy the way it follows your command and obeys your orders.

• A borador needs regular dog grooming; however, it is not very difficult. Simply cleaning the coat and combing the hair will do.

If you are looking for a borador, the Internet is a good place to look for local borador breeders and pet stores that may be able to get you this breed. For more information about the borador or any other breed, you can check on the internet.

 
  Submitted on September 30, 2011