Border collies are a breed of herding dog originally from an area near the border of Scotland and England. They are thought to be the most intelligent dog, and the best herder. They are extremely energetic and if they are going to be kept as a pet not a working dog will need lots of regular exercise, stimulation and be very well trained. They are not well suited to families with small children.
Scientific name: brassica oleracea
Scientific name: ilex aquifolium
European holly is a flowering, evergreen small tree or shrub with glossy, prickly leaves and red berries. The berries are not good to eat, and will make you feel sick and vomit. Lots of birds and animals can eat them though. Holly is associated with Christmas.
Scientific name: genus: Poecilia
Mollies are a large group of small fish that are popular as pets.
Rough collies are a long-haired breed of medium-sized to large dog originally used to herd animals in Scotland. They are not a nervous or agressive dog and are good with children. They make good family pets. The most famous rough collie is Lassie, so some people call this kind of dog a Lassie dog.