National Geographic : 1919 Mar
00 Photograph by William Reid THERE ARE MANY ARISTOCRATS IN THE CANINE WORLD, BUT THE SCOTCH COLLIE IS THE HONEST YEOMAN OF THE RACE The sheep-dog has few rivals in usefulness. Its intelligence is phenomenal and its industry indefatigable. The story istold ofanAmerican shepherd who died in a lonely cottage, his body lying undiscovered for two days. In the meantime,his two dogs took charge oftheflocks, driving them to pasture in the mornings, standing guard all day, to prevent molestation or straying, and driving them tothesheepfold atnight.