sheep dog

NOUN
  1. any of various usually long-haired breeds of dog reared to herd and guard sheep
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How To Use sheep dog In A Sentence

  • There may be the rare exception, such as a working sheep dog, which could fall within the statute, but the exception only proves the rule.
  • There were no collies in those days and many of the best sheep dogs were big upstanding and both smooth and rough coated.
  • Those days in Ireland there were few breeds to choose from and the greyhound, Irish red setter, terrier and sheep dog were about as far as it went.
  • An American who was visiting Scotland met a shepherd with a beautiful sheep dog.
  • The sheep dog protects the sheep from danger.
  • He tries to cheer him with news of the sheep dogs he has bought for their new occupation.
  • Spectators had a diverse range of exhibits to engage their attention and sheep dog trials generated considerable interest.
  • This is a ‘must have’ book for anyone who has an interest in sheep dog trialling.
  • The sheep dog protects the sheep from danger.
  • Sheep and cattle farmers may oppose to this action, but one solution is to increase the use of 'guardian' sheep dogs to keep dingoes away from vulnerable animals. Biodiversity 100: actions for Australia
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