Dogs are widely considered to be one of the cutest animals in the world. These four-legged creatures are often called “man’s best friend” because they share all the traits that make them perfect — they’re adorable, loyal, easy to maintain and please, and would usually do anything to keep you safe.
While most dogs have unique traits and abilities, some of them possess what’s called a “genetic superpower” that is exclusively related to their own breed. These abilities range from being much better than others at picking up scents, such as the bloodhound, while others can learn very complex commands and remember them perfectly. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most unique and amazing super breeds and what makes them so special.
One detail that only came up after Charlee was found was that her grandmother was experiencing some personal problems during the time. Most notably, she was going through some dependency struggles. So, it made sense that others in the sheriff’s office would deduce the following.
Quite possibly, Beth had a greater part to play in Charlee’s disappearance. Why? Because it may have been substance-induced. At the very least, some negligence may have been at play here. Whatever the case may be, it was growing increasingly clear that actions needed to be taken moving forward to give Charlee the best chance to succeed in life.
She Needed Protecting
After these fresh details came to light, it wasn’t long before Charlee was taken from Beth and put into the custody of Child Protective Services. The sheriff confirmed that a criminal investigation was ongoing, potentially in the pursuit of negligence charges.
While this did add an extra layer of tragedy to the story, this didn’t take away from the fact that Charlee’s family was absolutely relieved. Their little girl was no longer missing, she was safe, and their dog Penny was a real hero. We hope that this family can move on in a healthy way and that Charlee will continue to be in safe hands.
Border Collies are the superstars of the dog world. These breeds are often seen competing in animal sports competitions and taking home the prize. They can learn and understand very complex multi-level commands and can easily learn many verbal, sound, and signal commands. They are very agile, fast, and acrobatic, and they're one of the most competent shepherds you can find. Border Collies originate from other collies in the British Isles.
This breed requires a lot of physical exercise and mental stimulation, due to having both a high level of physical ability as well as the highest intelligence of any dog in the world. These dogs are very demanding, which is why they are mostly owned by farmers as shepherds. Their demanding personality doesn't fit well in regular households, and they often begin to vandalize and destroy their owner's house and furniture if not properly taken care of.
The Bearded Collie is intellectually identical to the Sheepdog and other larger herders. This breed is known for being boisterous and charismatic. It was also the dog in the 1960s television show "My Three Sons". The Bearded Collie's intelligence can make it a challenge to train, as it is an independent thinker. Bearded Collies are mostly known for being the loyal and charismatic dogs that often appeared on television shows during the '60s and '70s. It's a Scottish herding shepherd dog and weighs an average of 50 pounds.
Bearded Collies are usually called that for good reason, as most of them have a very long smooth fur coat that could double as a rug. They are very independent and excel at competitive sports, while also having a surprising amount of agility and obedience. These dogs are extremely loyal and family-friendly. They're essentially herding dogs and can be used to work on a farm to take care of cattle. You'll find many of these in the UK, especially Scotland since they mostly originated from there and really don't mind the cold.