When Stephanie Fox went to see a puppy almost three years ago at New England Border Collie Rescue, she knew the breed didn’t always make the best pet. As an experienced owner of other border collies, she was well aware of their need for constant work and attention. So how much more of a challenge would it be if she adopted one with deformed front legs?
COLLIE RESCUE OF THE CAROLINAS is a 501c3 dedicated to the safety and welfare of purebred rough and smooth collies in SC and NC. Secondary goal is the welfare of the canine species and education of people that interact with them. Providing food, shelter, transportation, and medical treatment to collies in their care; and education to interested persons. Find CRC on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Collie-Rescue-of-the-Carolinas/218404198186769?ref=ts
New England Border Collie Rescue has "Roosevelt" a Special Needs dog wanting a Special person of his very own. He is wheel chair bound due to a birth defect, but he is all dog and has the energy to love life to the fullest. He is potty trained and if you are Roosevelt's "Special" person please apply here. www.NEBCR.org
"Skye Watch" with Border Collies watching sheep on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, from an original painting by North Carolina artist, Fran Brooks. This painting was donated to East Tennessee Border Collie Rescue auction fundraiser. www.artistnannie.com
Houston Collie Rescue: Tomball TX Seizure. Yes HCR has 93 total Collies placed in our care by the Federal Court. How can you help? ***We are accepting donations via our Paypal button (on the website) or mail to Houston Collie Rescue P.O. Box 526 Stafford, TX 77497