Herding Drive: Works livestock readily when needed.
Herding Style: Gathering (naturally attempts to head off/ circle stock, move to handler).
Power: Livestock generally respect dog.
Stock Ethic: Dog maintains control appropriately, without causing undue stress in livestock.
Work Ethic: Stays with the job, maintains focus. Will work independently if necessary.
Responsiveness/Biddability: Is in between being very responsive to somewhat responsive to guidance, control.
Approach: Moderately wide, but will adjust as necessary.
Eye: Medium (more intense concentration, but often upright and free-moving).
Bark: Force barks (fairly quiet but readily barks to move stubborn stock).
Bite Frequency: Seldom
Bite Location: Heel and above hock.
Bite Appropriateness: Bites as needed.
Bite Intensity: Adjusts as needed.
Orientation: Livestock second to owner.
Territoriality: Generally respects boundaries, stays home.
Patrol: Patrols territory.
Warning: Always barks to warn of unusual situations.
Defense of Property: Staunchly defends owner's property.
Defense of People: Diligently protects owner, "watches your back".
Tracking Ability: Generally tracks by scent and find prey.
Predators: Will always drive off predators.
Attitude Towards Newborn Livestock: Shows gentle and/or prtoective nature.
Pest Control: Routinely hunts rodents.