A Border Collie doesn't need a large area, eventhough that is desirable...They need a job! If you make them part of your family, give them the attention that you would give a child, you shouldn't have any problems. They are not dogs you can put in the back yard and pet occasionally....they are so smart that they will "invent a job" and drive you crazy. Several of our pups have gone to limited spaces but they go everywhere a child would go(to the store, doggie day care, out and about with you). If you can't do that, it's better not to get a Border Collie with limited space.
Answered by riverranch - 12/12/2011 8:12:23 AM