Order your 2018 OTSC wall calendar to help promote the breed in the coming year. The theme for the 2018 calendar is Join the OTSCA to help us protect and preserve this rare breed. Your support helps us promote these dogs to a wider audience and to locate remaining Scotch Collies wherever they are and bring them into our breeding program. The OTSCA and its registry were created for the purpose of protecting and preserving the unique characteristics and working ability of these great dogs. We are committed to the preservation of the OTSC as the healthy, intelligent working collie it has been for centuries. The OTSC breed standard is written to preserve and protect the working abilities, intelligence and loyalty that the Scotch Collies were famous for over a century ago. As a landrace breed the OTSC has a range of looks and behavior. The OTSC pedigree database and breed registry is unique. Anyone can add a dog to our database and owners and breeders have free reign to update their dogs at any time. You are encouraged to browse through the dogs  in our database.
In 1900 the Scotch Collie was the dog to have, they were sought after by farmers for their herding ability and they were sought after by city dwellers because they were intelligent and loyal pets, in fact the qualities that made the Scotch Collie a great farm dog were largely the exact same properties that made it a great family dog, their intelligence and desire to please. Later in the 20th century fancy show dogs and the decline of the small family farm made the Scotch Collie obsolete, a few people began searching for and reviving these dogs in the 1980s and 1990s. Today we have a small population of these fantastic dogs left, join us as we work to preserve and increase the Old-Time Scotch Collie.

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We currently have 224 registered OTSC dogs.

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