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Border Collies are beautiful dogs with their flowing black and white coats, eager face, and toned herding dog physique. The beauty of Border Collies is captured in the cast stone dog figurines by Sandicast. In sizes from small, to medium, to large the Border Collie figurines make any Border Collie dog lover proud of their breed. In the smallest size the 3.5″ long Border Collie Figurine Sandicast Snoozer features an adorable sleeping pose. With their incredible athletic ability Border Collies are often dog frisbee champions but were it’s origins lie in their excellent disciplined herding skills. By staring and holding their line Border Collies force the sheep or cattle to adjust their movement left or right but not forward. The Sandicast Border Collie Figurine Mid Size 5″ high features the handsome sitting pose. When the Border collie is at rest the Border Collie will sit but remain attentive awaiting the next instruction from their handler. The Sandicast Border Collie Figurine Original Size is perfect for a shelf or mantle and measures 9″ long. This is probably the most popular size for Border Collie figurine lovers. With the larger size the detail comes to the forefront and with it’s preferred position for display it provides the most impact especially if eye contact is achieved. Perfect for display on the mantle, desk or shelf for Border Collie home decor beautiful. All the Sandicast Border Collie Figurines are made of cast stone, hand painted, feature a warm realistic look and are perfect for Border Collie dog lover collectible fun. Border Collie Sandicast dog figurines capture the spirit love and adventure of owning and working with this special breed. With the changing economic times companies like Sandicast continually are reducing their line of dog figurines. Three Sandicast Border Collie figurines have already been retired so it is important to make a Border Collie Dog Figurine selection while they are still available.
Post written by Steve Forrest Writer Video Photography updated 10/27/2011