Herding Drive: Works livestock readily.
Herding Style: Gathering (Naturally attempts to head/off move to handler).
Power: Livestock generally respects dog.
Work Ethic: Controls appropriately without undo stress to stock.
Biddability-Responsivess to Owner: Somewhat responsive to guidance.
Approach: Adjusts as necessary.
Eye: Medium (More intense concentration but upright).
Bark: Works silently.
Bite Location: Heel or nose when needed.
Bite Appropriateness: As needed.
Bite Intensity: Soft bite.
Orientation: Strongly puts livestock second to owner.
Territoriality: Respects boundaries, stays home.
Patrol: Keeps patrol on her territory.
Warning: Usually barks to warn of unusual situations.
Defense of Property: Does not attach much importance to owner's property.
Pest Control: Routinely hunts rodents.
Attitude Towards Newborn Livestock: Shows a gentle and/or protective nature.