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Borador Dog

The Borador or Border Lab is a mixed breed of dog cross between Border Collie and Labrador Retriever, they are a medium- to large-sized dogs that inherited both qualities of their parents such as very energetic, outgoing, and loyal. They think they are the best lap dog so if your looking for an affectionate dog they are might be the best for you.

Borador Appearance

Borador is a medium- to large-sized dogs, they weigh around 18.14 to 29.03 kg and their height is around 19 to 24 inches at the shoulder, their body is slightly longer than it is tall, and it should sport a deep, well-formed chest, they have a flat skull, squarer muzzle, straight legs, and long tails.

Borador coats are a mix of their parent’s coat sometimes it is solid, and sometimes they have a mixed color, it can be short- to medium-length, the common color of their fur is brown, black, tan, and white. Like other breeds of dog, it is better to bathe and groom them as necessary and used the right shampoo and conditioner for their fur to make it soft, silky and smell good. It is best to keep their dental hygiene and nail care properly, periodontal disease is very common to dog whatever their size, brush their teeth several times a week to help remove tartar and bacteria and maintain the good condition of their teeth. Trim their nails once or twice a month to prevent injury in your dogs, long nails can also cause arthritis or other health concern in dogs. Short, neatly trimmed nails keep the feet in good condition and prevent our dog’s legs from getting scratched when they excitedly jump up to greet us.

Borador Personality

The Borador dog is very ideal as a pet companion, they are very caring and have a desire to please their owner, they are smart, energetic, outgoing, and loyal dog generally quite sociable and tend to be friendly to family members and strangers but they will bark to alert their family to unexpected noises which makes them good as a watchdog. It is advisable to live in the house with a yard if you have this kind of breed so that they can run and exercise. They are also a good playmate to the children as long as we teach the children how to handle the dogs for the safety of the dogs and the children themselves. 

Borador Health

Borador dog has an average life span of 12 years, They are generally healthy but like other breeds of dogs, they are also prone to some diseases. Not all of them will get any or all of these diseases but the following are the common diseases they can have.

Ear Infections The dog ear canal is more vertical than that of a human, forming an L-shape that tends to hold in a fluid. This makes dogs more prone to ear infections. Ear infections are typically caused by bacteria, yeast, or a combination of both. In puppies, ear mites can also be a source of infection.
Collie Eye AnomalyIt is a genetic disease that affects Collies as well as other dog breeds. Also known as Choroidal Hypoplasia, this condition can lead to vision loss due to holes or pits in different layers of the eye. Depending on the size and location of the holes, vision loss can be slight or total. 
Hip dysplasia It is an abnormal formation of the hip socket that, in its more severe form, can eventually cause crippling lameness and painful arthritis of the joints.
CataractsIt is an opacity in the lens of a dog’s eye, causing him to have blurry vision.

How much is Borador?

In buying to a legit Breeder you can expect to pay $200 – $500 to Borador puppies.

The legit breeder puts a lot of effort into high quality and healthy breeding of dogs. They provide healthy Dog Foods, visit the Vet for check-ups, Vaccinations, Vitamins, and proper Grooming of the dogs. The breeder will coup up all the expenses he/she spent to provide a healthy breed to you so expect a little expensive.

Nowadays hundreds of thousands of dogs are being abandoned that’s why instead of buying I suggest you adopt! Support those in need give them love and a home to stay for the rest of their life.

Note:  The expenses of taking care of dogs do not end in buying one after you bought or adopt your dog you must provide their necessary needs, like visit vet once a year for their health check-up, complete and follow up vaccinations, foods and provide vitamins as their maintenance and the most important is time to play and cuddle with them, I think that’s the most affordable one, giving attention to them, proper care and lots of love from you…

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