Border Collie Question

Are unbred, untrained, 2 yr old Border Collie females (healthy-outside dog) of any value?

I have a healthy 2.5 year old pure bred female border collie who has never bred and has always been an outside dog; she is trained with basic commands, but no herding; the farm here is not likely to get any sheep, so maybe she would be valuable to someone else?

    In Border Collie - Asked by Anonymous - 9/14/2013 10:20:45 AM
Your Border Collie will be worth more is she has some kind of verification that she is purebred - for instance, registration with the AKC. Because she is not a puppy, she is no longer worth a breeder's price. This does not mean you should advertise her as free to good home. Free to good home advertisements usually bring out dog fighters and abusers. If you are looking for a new home for your dog, you may want to give her to a no - kill rescue group. Otherwise, you can list her on the classified advertisements for a reasonable adoption fee (about $50-100). Be sure you know she is going to a good home. If you know a friend or relative who may want a dog, suggest your dog to them.
    Answered by Anonymous - 9/26/2013 3:17:12 PM

I have a 2 yr old Border Collie and she is for sale I cant get her online though she is NOT trained but she has had one litter it was a secret litter though :-(. She is a great watch dog though she does have a little training in herding, but other than that just her name, Sweetheart. She barks every time anyone drives up the driveway. If you want another dog most of the time a dog will bark at something if another dog is barking at it first email me if your interested in her: Hope It Helps, -G
    Answered by LeleLittleLady - 1/31/2014 1:17:38 PM