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Dog plush stuffed animal toys have come a long way from the old days. In the past you could only find a mutt style dog plush stuffed animal. Today you can find plush stuffed animal dogs in popular dogs like Golden Retriever, Cocker Spaniel, Beagle, Boston Terrier, but you can also find hard to find dog breeds like a Bearded Collie Plush Stuffed Animal Toy. Aurora plush toys like the Bearded Collie Plush Stuffed Animal Toy called “Harvey” now fills the need. For purists it even comes with a grooming brush since it is obvious with all that hair it will need extra attention. Featuring Silver White soft plush Harvey the puppy Bearded Collie stuffed animal has an adorable face, and cute loving eyes. Bearded Collies are part of the herding group for dog competitions and their cousin so to speak is the Old English Sheepdog. As with so many other dog breeds the Bearded Collie finds its origins in the area in and around Great Britain. Dating back to the 1500 the evolution to today’s Bearded Collie began with dogs left on the shores of Scotland and bred with local herding dogs. Earliest notes on the breed describe them as “A big rough tousy-looking tyke with a coat not unlike a doormat, the texture of the hair hard fibry and the ears hanging close to the head. (1) Bearded Collie like most herding dogs work well with humans and therefore make excellent family pets. With their heritage in work related activities the Bearded Collie also works well in obedience as a companion dog and in therapy related areas like hospitals and nursing homes. For dog enthusiasts the Bearded Collie plush stuffed animal can serve many of the same needs as real Bearded Collie. The Bearded Collie plush stuffed animal can help in therapy, companionship and best of all can be permanent whereas a real dog usually is only allowed to stay for a few minutes. Likewise, for families where having a big dog is not an option the plush Bearded Collie stuffed animal is a beautiful solution. The Bearded Collie Dog Plush Stuffed Animal Toy allows dog enthusiasts of even hard to find breeds the opportunity to enjoy their dog without substitution.
(1) Atlas of Dog Breeds by Wilcox and Walkowicsz, 1991 TFH Publications