The Gollie is a mongrel dog, a cross between the Golden Retriever and Collie breeds. Affectionate, intelligent and energetic, these puppies inherit some of the best qualities of both their parents. You can find these mixed-breed dogs in shelters and breed-specific rescues, so remember to always adopt. Gollies love people and will become a loving and loyal part of your family. Beyond cuddle sessions, keep in mind that this breed is also very active. He is not a flat dog, and walks and outdoor time should be energetic. If you enjoy jogging or hiking, consider the Gollie as your new training partner.
The Gollie is a mixed breed dog. The most common coat colours of Gollies are black, brown, golden and white. The most common coat colours of Gollies are black, brown, gold and white, and they may be a single shade or a combination of two or three colours. Gollies and children get along very well. The dog is playful and tolerant, which means that even small children form close bonds with the dog, and the dog does not enjoy being alone for long periods of time. The Gollie is a dog with high energy and exercise needs. The Gollie is a dog with high energy and exercise needs. Consider one hour to be the minimum amount of exercise and outdoor time you should provide each day.
As a more recent designer dog breed, the Gollie probably appeared sometime in the 1980s, although the exact history of this mixed breed is difficult to pinpoint. Collies were originally bred in Scotland and used as herding dogs on farms. According to legend, Queen Victoria was also a great Collie fancier, and the Golden Retriever may also point to some Scottish history, although they were originally considered to be hunting animals. Today, the Golden Retriever has become a very popular family dog. The Gollie has become known as a designer dog breed, but many of them unfortunately end up in shelters. So consider contacting local rescue groups and shelters if you are thinking of adding the Gollie to your home.