Old English Sheepdog

Beneath the Old English Sheepdog’s profuse double coat is a muscular and compact drover, with plenty of bone and a big rump, standing 21 or 22 inches at the shoulder. Their eyes (when you can see them) are dark brown, or blue, or one of each. The OES breed standard says the skull is “capacious and rather squarely formed, giving plenty of room for brain power.”

Old English Sheepdog Interview with Jere Marder

From the June Issue of ShowSight - Click To Subscribe. It’s been my pleasure to know the subject of this spotlight for over thirty years. It’s also been my privilege to learn from her every time we were together, for ...