“To The Border Bred” is a 67-minute documentary film about shepherds and sheepdogs, and the amazing bond that can develop between them through months and years of working companionship in all weathers.
Set in the stunning scenery of Northumberland and the Scottish Borders, “To The Border Bred” tells the story of the Border collie through the words of the people who work with them every day.
Featuring many local voices from the area, the film includes a newly born litter of puppies, shows the first time a keen young puppy is taken to sheep, and looks at the ongoing training of a working Border collie.
The film also tells the story of World War 2 heroine, Sheila the sheepdog, as well as looking at the important work of Border Collie Rescue (UK) and the Search & Rescue Dog Association (SARDA).
“To The Border Bred” was launched to excellent reviews, including the International Sheep Dog Society Magazine (Jan/Feb 2015):
“This is a real addition to the library of all those who love, admire, and work with the border collie… It is heart warming to hear the true affection and real esteem in which these dogs are held”.
Not just a film about shepherds and sheepdogs. Contributors to the DVD include successful trials competitors Emma Gray (first woman to win the Northumberland Sheepdog Trials League) and trainer and author, Tony Iley.
|Important DVD info|
|This DVD is PAL format – all regions – it will also play on a Multi Region DVD Player or DVD enabled computer anywhere in the world.|
|Run time:||67 min (approx)|
|Aspect Ratio:||19:9 (Widescreen)|
|Please contact us if you need more information on the suitability of this DVD for your equipment.|