The Herding Group, created in 1983, is the newest AKC classification; its members were formerly members of the Working Group. All breeds share the fabulous ability to control the movement of other animals. A remarkable example is the low-set Corgi, perhaps one foot tall at the shoulders, that can drive a herd of cows many times its size to pasture by leaping and nipping at their heels. The vast majority of Herding dogs, as household pets, never cross paths with a farm animal. Nevertheless, pure instinct prompts many of these dogs to gently herd their owners, especially the children of the family. In general, these intelligent dogs make excellent companions and respond beautifully to training exercises.
The Border Collie, the adults sometimes teach the pups, they are so intelligent.
2. The Australian Shepherd - these dogs also excel in the agility ring.
3. Puli - these are wonderful dogs, but remember they can take 2 or 3 days to dry after a bath.
4. Briard - you don't often see this breed around, very beautiful.
5. Pyrenean Shepherd - this a rare breed recognized by the AKC back in 2010