Here are two herding dog breeds: one from Australia and the other from Scotland.
Australian Cattle Dog
The Australian Cattle Dog breed was developed by Australian stockmen approximately in the mid 19th century as a dog having enough stamina to drive wild cattle over long distances. Ancestors were blue-merle Collie, Dalmatian, Dingo, and Australian Kelpie stock. Here is an energetic, compact, and sturdy dog with a strong back, brawny shoulders, deep chest, strong and straight forelegs, and wide and muscular hindquarters. The head is broad of jaw, cheeks muscular but not coarse, slightly tapering to a deep and powerful muzzle. The darkbrown eyes express vigilance and intelligence.
WEIGHT: 30-50 pounds
HEIGHT: males 18-20 inches; females 17-19 inches
COLOR: blue, blue-mottled, red speckle, with or without markings.
This shaggy-haired herder, among Britain's oldest breeds, perhaps descends from the Magyar Komondorok of Central Europe. He was popular in Scotland
WEIGHT: 40-50 pounds
HEIGHT: males 21-22 inches; females 20-21 inches
COLOR: black, gray, blue, brown, or fawn, with or without markings.