JRtheBorderCollie

Affectionate dog shows owner how much he loves her26s

Affectionate dog shows owner how much he loves her

This affectionate border collie is madly in love with his owner and has the most adorable method of showing it. When his owner asks him how much he loves her, he runs into the other room and brings back a flower in his mouth and drops it beside her before showing her a big, lovable smile!

Goofy Dog Flashes Hilarious Smile For Camera36s

Goofy Dog Flashes Hilarious Smile For Camera

If you have not checked your watch and calendar, we will drop you a little secret – times have changed. Modern times call for some pretty amazing modern dogs with a developed sense of self, a charismatic personality and a brilliantly hilarious way to show it. Our goofy four legged friend here is repeatedly called by the owners in front of their camera to show exactly that modern zest. Every time they call him to perform, he just raises his cute fluffy head, flashes the camera with the puppy look trademark for its kind and shines us a smile that would both melt your heart and give you the giggles. He certainly knows how to make most and steal the limelight in the mock photo shoot. Each time he hears his owners’ ‘Smile for the Camera’, he assumes position and flawlessly goes through his entire performance. And what is most heartwarming - he gets more and more convincing at every new attempt, bringing his owners, most definitely us, and we sincerely hope – you to tears! We believe some of the shots in this amazing clip will make the next hottest meme on the Internet. Watch the entire video. Don't you think?

Dog hilariously savors every single bite of food1m17s

Dog hilariously savors every single bite of food

Junior the Border Collie loves food so much that he takes the time and savors every bite with such satisfaction. The way he hilariously chews so slowly with his mouth super wide open is extremely entertaining. You can just see the happiness!

Border Collie Loves Watching Other Dogs On TV45s

Border Collie Loves Watching Other Dogs On TV

When a dog show or video of dogs doing tricks comes on the television, Junior the Border Collie becomes completely obsessed with it, studying every move. Junior can see images on the television and has been known to watch hours of television at a time, barely taking his eyes off the screen. He even knows the theme songs of certain shows and movies and comes running from across the house to sit down and watch. Like most other dogs, Junior can perceive images on the television like a human. He is intelligent enough to recognize other animals, toys and activities and has different reactions to what is on. He barks at other dogs, whines at cats and loves to have a ball in his mouth when watching flyball competitions on the dog shows. He loves fast moving objects on the television, but most of all, he loves watching other border collies do tricks. Research has shown that all dogs can see the television, they just see it differently. The reaction the dog has comes down to its personality. Some dogs are very territorial and when they see another dog on the television, they may bark and freak out to make it leave. Other dogs hate people and seeing people on the tube may create a nasty reaction. The breed of the dog also has a lot to do with their reaction. Hound Dogs are driven by their nose and are not usually interested in visual stimulation; however, Border Collies like Junior can be obsessed with moving objects, making the television a highly stimulating activity.

Dog treats stuffed animal like puppy, preciously grooms it45s

Dog treats stuffed animal like puppy, preciously grooms it

This Border Collies owner had a sneaky suspicion that their dog was laying on the couch when they were not home. So before they went to work, they put up a hidden camera to catch him in the act. What they caught was something completely different. They caught the most precious moment between Junior and his stuffed dog. They always knew Junior loved his stuffed animals, but they didn't know he played with this all day when they were away. Here Junior the Border Collie is caught on camera rolling around with his toy, snuggling up with it and grooming its head like it was a real puppy! At first it looks like Junior is just sleeping, but then he picks up the stuffed dog and starts playing with it like it is another dog! After tossing it around for a while, he snuggles up on the carpet and starts grooming it on the head. At first it doesn't look like Junior likes the taste, but he goes back in for more, licking the stuffed animals head while his arms are around it! Such a precious moment caught on camera!

Excited Border Collie Can't Control His Tongue1m16s

Excited Border Collie Can't Control His Tongue

Junior the Border Collie had been separated from one of his favorite toys for the last week while it has been in the washing machine. When his owner brings it back upstairs all nice and squeaky clean, he can't keep his tongue in his mouth in excitement. He wants his toy so bad he can taste it and his reaction is simply adorable! Border Collies are extremely attached to their toys and when one goes missing, even if it is just for a short time, they can become obsessive trying to find it. Because Junior is so attached to his toys, he rarely goes anywhere without one. This means that they get very dirty very fast and need to be washed regularly. Carter the bear is Junior's favorite toy, and when it disappeared for a “spa" week, Junior started searching the house top to bottom to find his Carter. When he spots his toy coming out through the glass window, the tongue starts coming out and he cannot seem to make it stop. His eyes get huge with eagerness to have his toy back! Border Collies are working and herding dogs originating from Scotland. They are known to be one of the smartest and most obedient dogs, and can make great house pets if you know how to handle them. They are very high energy and require a lot of exercise, both physically and mentally. Because they are such smart dogs, they need to be stimulated to make them feel like they have a job to do. Before taking on a border collie as a pet, make sure that you have thoroughly researched the breed, have enough room for them to run and enough time to spend with them. If you understand what it is they need, they will become the most loyal and amazing best friend you could ask for!

Border Collie obsessed with watching TV1m16s

Border Collie obsessed with watching TV

When the TV get’s turned on, Junior the 7 year old obsessive Border Collie comes running to take his seat. Occasionally on Saturday evenings, Junior and his owner will have movie nights. They love cuddling on the floor and putting on one of his favorite movies. When he really gets into what he is watching, he won’t even take his eyes off the television and becomes completely obsessed. Junior has his favorite shows and has been known to watch movies and television shows for hours just like a human. He absolutely loves to watch dog shows, the movie Lassie and Purina commercials. He even knows the sounds and songs these shows and commercials make and will come running from across the house to watch. Like most other dogs, Junior can perceive images on the television like a human. He is intelligent enough to recognize other animals, toys and activities and has different reactions to what is on. He barks at other dogs, whines at cats and loves to have a ball in his mouth when watching fly ball competitions on the dog shows. He loves fast moving objects on the television, but most of all, he loves watching other border collies do tricks. Research has shown that all dogs can see the television, they just see it differently. The reaction the dog has comes down to its personality. Some dogs are very territorial and when they see another dog on the television, they may bark and freak out to make it leave. Other dogs hate people and seeing people on the tube may create a nasty reaction. The breed of the dog also has a lot to do with their reaction. Hound Dogs are driven by their nose and are not usually interested in visual stimulation; however, Border Collies like Junior can be obsessed with moving objects, making the television a highly stimulating activity.

Dog looses best friend to cancer, finds comfort in stuffed animal1m03s

Dog looses best friend to cancer, finds comfort in stuffed animal

Junior the Border Collie was so sad after he lost his 13 year old best friend to cancer. He stopped playing and just laid around all day looking heart broken. His owners were not ready to get another dog, so instead they gave Junior a new friend that changed his life! Now Junior and his new best friend are inseparable and go everywhere together!

Dog's rare behavior captured on camera1m14s

Dog's rare behavior captured on camera

When Junior the border collie thinks he's alone, he pulls out all of his toys from the basket and the games begins. What he doesn't know is that his owner is hiding behind the dining room table, capturing his adorable behavior. Although Junior is 7 years old, he loves to act like a puppy, but only when he thinks no one is watching. His owners have been trying to get this behavior on camera for a long time, and when you see what he does with his stuffed animals, you will know why!

Dog has hilarious reaction to new toy 1m03s

Dog has hilarious reaction to new toy

Don't worry, no dogs or stuffed animals were harmed during the making of this video, and it ends up super cute! You can see the dread in his eyes as he looks at his new toy! Typically dogs are all about the toy, but for some reason, this 7 year old border collie is terrified of his new friend at first. Please like and share!

Super Smart Dog Answers Owner22s

Super Smart Dog Answers Owner

They say border collies are the smartest dogs on earth and this video will prove it! This 7 year old border collie is in trouble for eating his owners shoe and answers her questions by doing something you won't believe!