11/22/14: I’m going home with Irene today and we will have a special Thanksgiving. I will have my new collie friend Jamie to play with and he will show me how to get around. I will miss all the folks at the collie rescue but looking forward to my new life.
11/19/14: I am very gentle on the leash and just watch this sweet girl walking me: http://youtu.be/wcYjHNQnHpg
11/9/14: As you can see I like being a lap dog and have put on my winter coat. Is there anyone out there that can recognize me for the great collie I am and overlook that I am blind?
11/4/2014: I’m doing great here at the rescue and the folks think I have been blind since birth because of my great perception and they way I don’t bump into things. I just seem to sense objects are there and go around them. I am wonderful on the leash and hop right in the van to go for car rides. I go up and down the five deck stairs with no problem. A housetrained, crate trained, very sweet, loving fellow who gets along with everyone.
8/22/14: While I was being neutered they discovered both my ears have infection so I have medicine for that. I’m a small collie fellow at only 45 pounds and that is a good weight for me.
8/21/14: Hello folks my name is Jack and I am a six year old collie fellow at 50 pounds. Unfortunately I am at the vet today being neutered and they sure don’t wasted any time here. I am in rescue because my people built a new house and there wasn’t enough room for me since the yard was smaller. I am a friendly kind of fellow that loves everyone and great with the other dogs. I do need to let you know that I am blind but I have very good perception of where things are and do not bump into them. I am great on the leash and will hop right in the car to go for a ride.
You folks are wonderful and thank you Ann Bishop, Pam Barron, Margie Hoffman, Kimberlee Rettberg, Sharon Ross, Lisa Dalkey, Rebecca Fox, Chris Hillhouse , Barbara Minakakis, Bobby Chastain and Kim E Moore for caring about me.