sheepdog

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

  • Samaritans in Northallerton are helping volunteers from a North Yorkshire-based charity who are counselling farmers separated from their sheepdogs by the foot-and-mouth crisis.
  • The silence was often broken by the sexton coming to check the heating, or just popping in for a gossip, always accompanied by Lassie - the result of a moment's acrobatic limbo-passion between a local sheepdog and a Jack Russell.
  • After the last stallion pranced out of the arena, they brought out pens and slatted gates for the sheepdog trial.
  • A crowd of more than 100 people saw sheepdogs drive and foxhounds trail, but some competition categories had few entries, and one had none.
  • In a thick brown cable-knit sweater and open-necked shirt he reminded her faintly of a rumpled sheepdog. MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE
  • She came inside, and closed the gate, and told Aerlich he was the finest sheepdog in Damar.
  • If the Lord's my shepherd, then these blokes are his huge sheepdogs.
  • Two of the retired sheepdogs from the neighbouring farm occasionally come to visit us, and we make them welcome, give them a stroke or a brush and a few dog biscuits.
  • There is no dog at Styles, except an outdoor sheepdog, which is in perfect health. '' The Mysterious Affair at Styles
  • A well-known farmer has unlatched the gate on a pioneering new sheepdog training centre.
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