Type: The Borador is a mix between a Border Collie and Labrador Retriever.
Height: 12-17 inches.
Weight: 35-80 lbs.
Coat: Borador coats come in a range of beautiful colors including solid black, brown, tan or a combination of hues. Depending on how much they take from their parents, the Borador can have short or medium-length fur. Should your Borador have medium fur, you should brush it regularly to keep it shiny and tangle-free.
Description: The Borador breed is known to have some of the hardest dog jobs around. Because of their wonderful trainability, they are known to participate in competitive obedience, man trailing, narcotic detection, search and rescues and other police work. They are also excellent service dogs, serving the blind and disabled to make their lives a little bit easier. The Borador is also a wonderful family breed. Their loving, sweet nature comes from Labrador Retrievers, which is arguably one of the best family-oriented dog breeds around.
Special Needs: Regular walks and or runs.
Life Span: 14-15 years.