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In Scotland, a shepherd relies heavily on his companion dog to round up his animals. For every one mile the shepherd travels, it's estimated that the dog travels 15 miles. The collies work in response to either whistles or traditional Scottish commands. "Come by" tells the dog to move the animals to the left. "Away to me is the command to move the animals to the right. It's in this tradition that the Border Collies are bred, trained, and used as herd dogs today.
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