Gibsondale Cheese. Susie is a typical Border Collie, and sometimes too smart for her own good. Luckily Adam was there to keep her from getting the snot knocked out of her. All of the border collies I had over the years would work sheep, but some were not tough enough for cattle in close quarters. One good kick and they were cow shy. The one I had who was tough enough was way too hard for sheep and I sold him to a farmer in Missouri who had enough wild cows to give him honest work. I like Susie, and she may be tough enough if she manages to grow up.
We quit keeping Border Collies after our last one died of old age. I also have sad associations with the breed due to a nearby crime and tragedy among a couple I knew and liked who raised and trained sheepdogs.