"When I say cookie, it's like total 100-percent attention," says their owner Janet Grimm.
Grimm is an expert when it comes to dog show competitions, and knows what it takes to get them show ready.
"I'll trim up around his ears because they grow hair and it can be long and fly away around the ears," says Grimm.
Her Collies enter the Conformation part of the show where dogs are judged on their body structure, expression and movement.
Collies are a head breed, which means most of the points will be based on their facial expression.
"Head and movement and structure is most important, but they're judged on proper coat texture because in Collies their coat really protects them from the elements because they are a working dog," says Grimm.
Grimm has two champions in her kennel and haze is also on his way. He's got two major show wins under his belt, and he's close to meeting the 15 point-requirement.
Grimm has been showing dogs for move than 30 years and says Collies are a special breed.