English sheepdog (a dog with a curly tail) is not in English, it is a French name.
It is pronounced ‘fuh-SHEE-dee’ and comes from a French-language word for a sheep.
“We’re not saying that French sheepdogs are not English,” said French Sheepdog expert Paul Dallaire, who is also the owner of the company called French Sheepdogs.
“There are lots of French sheep breeds, like the American red dog, that are English.
And the English sheepdogs, they’re quite similar.”
The sheepdog has been in use in France for over a century, and the breed is still considered by some to be a French invention.
In the 1960s, a group of French breeders decided to create a new breed of dog called a dog with curly tail.
Dallaire and his team went to a breeder in the United Kingdom and told him to breed a sheepdog with curly tails, which the breeder agreed to do.
The result was a breed called the French sheep dog.
When the breed was officially recognized in 1977, Dallain and his colleagues were so pleased with the outcome that they called it a golden bulldog.
The French sheep is considered the national dog of France and is one of the most popular breeds in the country.
The breed is also popular in the U.S. and Australia.
Dallais has seen a lot of dogs from other countries and said that the fact that French breeder Paul Dallois created a new dog was a blessing in disguise for his team of breeders in the UK.
Dallain said that it’s not the same for English sheep dogs.
English sheepdogs have curly tails and are known for being good with kids.
However, they are not as popular as the French breed.
In addition, Dallaises sheepdog isn’t popular with many people.
He said that he doesn’t think English sheep are going to go away anytime soon, and that there will be some crossover between the two breeds in time.
“I don’t think the English will be replaced by French sheep dogs,” Dallaris said.
“I think it’s going to be an ongoing process.
Hopefully, it’s a good one.”