List of Popular Border Collie Mixes


The Border Collie is a medium-sized dog possessing plenty of energy and stamina. It is not a cuddly lap dog but a workaholic that needs a task. The Border Collie mixes usually inherit its alertness, smartness, and hardworking instinct and may possess the behavioral characteristics of its other purebred parent.

Border Collie Mixes

1. Borador (Border Collie X Labrador Retriever)

Sweet, loving, happy, and friendly, the Borador is loyal to its people and gets along well with children.

Border Aussie

2. Border-Aussie (Border Collie X Australian Shepherd)

It is an energetic cross that is eager to please its owner and needs vigorous exercise daily.

Border Heeler

3. Border Heeler (Border Collie X Blue Heeler)

A friendly dog that bonds closely with one person, and may display strong prey drive while having a high energy level.

4. Golden Collie (Golden Retriever X Border Collie)

Its pleasant disposition, along with watchdog abilities makes it a popular family pet.

Border Collie Pit

5. Border Collie Pit (Border Collie X Pit Bull)

Hard-working and intelligent, the Border Collie Pit may possess the herding instinct of its Border Collie parent.

Bordoodle

6. Bordoodle (Border Collie X Poodle)

Affectionate, smart, and protective are some of the good qualities that you will find in a Bordoodle.

Border Beagle

7. Border Beagle (Border Collie X Beagle)

It combines the hardiness and workaholic attitude of a Collie with the sweet, gentle, and funny nature of a Beagle.

Borgi

8. Borgi (Border Collie X Pembroke Welsh Corgi)

It is a smart little dog that may possess the herding instinct of both its parent breeds.

Border Collie Pyrenees

9. Border Collie Pyrenees (Border Collie X Great Pyrenees)

The Border Collie-Great Pyrenees mix is a working dog that is calm, courageous, devoted, and protective of its family.

10. Border Jack (Border Collie X Jack Russell Terrier)

The Border Jack is characterized by a loving, fearless, and lively personality with an inherent hunting instinct.

Bodacion

11. Bodacion (Border Collie X Dalmatian)

It is highly energetic and has an excellent capacity for exercise, often participating in dog sports like agility and flyball.

Border Point

12. Border Point (Border Collie X Pointer)

Known for its speed and ability to work, the Border Point also makes a cheerful, loving companion.

Border Sheepdog

13. Border Sheepdog (Border Collie X Shetland Sheepdog)

A lively, energetic mix that requires plenty of exercises and is not able to adapt to apartment living.

Italian Border Greyollie

14. Italian Border Greyollie (Border Collie X Italian Greyhound)

It is an ideal pet for those looking to have a racing dog that can participate in canine sports like lure coursing, obedience, conformation, and agility.

Border Pom

15. Border Pom (Border Collie X Pomeranian)

Affectionate with its family, it has boundless energy like the Collie and a cute, furry appearance of the Pom.

Bordernese

16. Bordernese (Border Collie X Bernese Mountain Dog)

Although it is highly trainable and friendly, its increased energy can be challenging to handle for a novice owner.

Border Collie Cocker

17. Border Collie Cocker (Border Collie X Cocker Spaniel)

The Border Collie Cocker with its sound temperament and cute appearance is absolutely a pleasure to own.

Border Newfie

18. Border Newfie (Border Collie X Newfoundland Dog)

It is a sweet-natured and responsive working dog that makes an excellent companion.

Border Schnollie

19. Border Schnollie (Border Collie X Schnauzer)

A small- to medium-sized family companion, it has a loving personality and a strong protective instinct.

Aside from the popular Border Collie mixes mentioned above, breeders create crosses with the German Shepherd, Siberian Husky, Boxer, Chihuahua, Rottweiler, Chow Chow, Dachshund, Catahoula Leopard Dog, Great Dane, Whippet, Australian Kelpie, Doberman Pinscher, Akita, Basset Hound, and Boston Terrier.

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