Adoptables

These dogs are all being fostered by ETBCR volunteers and their descriptions are written by their foster parents. Prior to or upon adoption, all dogs in our rescue program are spayed/neutered (there are NO exceptions), fully vaccinated, heartworm negative, started on heartworm prevention, treated with flea and tick preventive, microchipped, and temperament tested. We also strive to crate and house train each dog before placement.

Click on each dog's photo or name for more photos and complete information.

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Bailey
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Ollie
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Gloria
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Bandit
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Ian
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Ben
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Levi
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Jeff
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Koda
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Lucy
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Annie
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Harley
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Timber
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Rosie
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Bella
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Early
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Barney
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Lucy
Please note that as a policy ETBCR does not place puppies in families with children under 6 years of age, as border collies and border collie mixes can be very reactive to the movements of small children.

Please email us if you need more information about one of the above rescued Border Collies, can provide a foster home for a rescue dog, or can volunteer your help for Border Collie Rescue!

Other Adoptable Dogs

Click here to see more dogs available for adoption from other rescues, shelters, and individuals

 

Top Ten Myths About Adopting a Border Collie
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Things to consider...

When considering adopting a Border Collie, please ask yourself these questions: