Shetland sheepdog

Shetland sheepdog
Shetland sheepdog
n.
any of a breed of dog closely resembling the rough collie but smaller: developed in the Shetland Islands for herding cattle and sheep: see COLLIE

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  • Shetland sheepdog — Shet′land sheep′dog n. dch one of a breed of small longhaired sheepdogs raised orig. in the Shetland Islands …   From formal English to slang

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