Sirius

 

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7/20/14:  I’m feeling so good I just have to shout!  Now free of mats, fleas, ticks and a good bath sure make a difference.  I will be going for my heartworm treatment next week and things are only getting better.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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7/15/14:  Hello folks my new name is Sirius and the rescue believes me to be about four years old.  Marq and I arrived on the 4th of July and it truly was and independence day for us.  We had been on our own for a while until we wondered up to this nice ladies house.  She looked for our owner but they couldn’t be found so she called the collie rescue.  Ann and Emily came to pick up us up and our new life started.  We were matted, skinny, loaded with fleas and ticks.  The volunteers came on Sunday to give us a much needed brushing and bath.  We loved all of the spa day and feels good to be clean.  Marq and I both have heartworms that will need to be treated before we can be neutered.  If you would like to help with our medical needs just hit that donate button.

The love just keeps coming with Bob Jones, Sabrina Pacifici, Mary Jane Checchi, Kimberlee Rettberg, Edward Brown, Rebecca Fox and Stephanie Smith for caring.

 

Marq

 

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7/20/14:  Please brush my coat some more, it feels so good.  Had a nice bath, blow dry and now a brushing.  It feels so good to be free of the ticks, fleas and mats.  My eye infection is getting better and will go for my heartworm treatment next week.  It is amazing all the love and care I am receiving.

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7/15/14:  Hello folks my new name is Marq and the rescue believes me to be about six years old.  Sirius and I arrived on the 4th of July and it truly was and independence day for us.  We had been on our own for a while until we wondered up to this nice ladies house.  She looked for our owner but they couldn’t be found so she called the collie rescue.  Ann and Emily came to pick up us up and our new life started.  We were matted, skinny, loaded with fleas and ticks.  I also have an eye infection that is being treated.  The volunteers came on Sunday to give us a much needed brushing and bath.  We loved all of the spa day and feels good to be clean.  Sirius and I both have heartworms that will need to be treated before we can be neutered.  If you would like to help with our medical needs just hit that donate button.

Thank you Kim E Moore, Sandra Schuck, Bob Jones, Sharon Ross, Mary Witul, Ann Lamparter, Kim E Moore, Nancy Covey, Ann Moyle and Rebecca Fox for caring about me.

 

 

Jorge

 

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7/15/14:  Would you just look at me now that I have had a brushing and a much needed bath.  I was great for it all and enjoyed every minute of spa day.  I am getting lots of calories so I will gain some weight but still eat as though it might be my last meal.  Henley and I never fight over food or try to take the others.  I am doing great with the other dogs and getting along fine.

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7/4/14:  What a wonderful holiday for these four year old fellows and truly a time to celebrate.  You see yesterday our owner took Henley and I to the animal shelter and it was the best day of our life.  We are about 20 pounds under weight and have gone hungry for a long time.  We were covered in fleas, ticks, mats and dirt.  The animal shelter vaccinated and wormed us then called CRC.  Cheryl came to pick us up and she didn’t care that we were dirty with fleas letting us ride in her van any way.   Greg and Robin came today to groom collies and we absolutely loved the attention.  We have truly hit the good life with so much food here and people to love us.  Unfortunately both of us are heartworm positive and will need to have treatment after we get healthy.  If you would like to help us on our way to a better life just hit that donate button and thank you for making this new life possible for us.

I am so bless these great folks are helping with my medical needs:  Deborah Sullivan, Debbie Olsakovsky, Susan Ellis, Kimberlee Rettberg, Carolyn McCullough, Maryann Pelletier, Caroline Mclean, Anna Craig, Terri L. Cheema, Laurina Emery-Jacobs, Leah Ford, Lee Ann Bunn, Diane Kennedy, Anne White, Merry Day, Karen Creager, Sandy Hawkins, Christopher Welborn, Linda Zeiter, Nancy Reid, Jeanne Hommes, Carol Hunter, Joanne Domka, Sheila Floyd, Jim Sain, Rebecca Fox and Katherine Sanderson

 

Henley

 

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7/15/14:  I feel so much better after my brushing and bath that I just can’t stop smiling.  Oh it feels so good to have the air getting to my skin again.  There is plenty of food to eat here and I am getting some much need calories to help me gain weight.  I am getting along fine with the other dogs and so very happy  to be here.

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7/4/14:  What a wonderful holiday for these four year old fellows and truly a time to celebrate.  You see yesterday our owner took Jorge and I to the animal shelter and it was the best day of our life.  We are about 20 pounds under weight and have gone hungry for a long time.  We were covered in fleas, ticks, mats and dirt.  The animal shelter vaccinated and wormed us then called CRC.  Cheryl came to pick us up and she didn’t care that we were dirty with fleas letting us ride in her van any way.   Greg and Robin came today to groom collies and we absolutely loved the attention.  We have truly hit the good life with so much food here and people to love us.  Unfortunately both of us are heartworm positive and will need to have treatment after we get healthy.  If you would like to help us on our way to a better life just hit that donate button and thank you for making this new life possible for us.

These folks are helping me on my way to a better life:  Susan Ellis, Ruth Cummins, Laurina Emery-Jacobs, Leah Ford, Lee Ann Bunn, Kimberlee Rettberg, Merry Day, Karen Creager, Sandy Hawkins, Christopher Welborn, Linda Zeiter, Nancy Reid, Jeanne Hommes, Carol Hunter, Joanne Domka, Terri L. Cheema, Sheila Floyd, Jim Sain, Rebecca Fox and Katherine Sanderson

 

Liam

 

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7/20/14:  Had a good brushing and the hair is growing back on my neck.  I have gained some much needed weight and looking so much more healthy.  As always I am a happy boy who never stops smiling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6/28/14:  Went to the vet for a much need bath and my heartworm treatment.  In a month I will be neutered and have my teeth cleaned.  I get along wonderful with these puppies here and they follow me everywhere.

6/21/14:  I’m doing great here at the rescue and my neck is healing up quickly.  I got a good brushing with some mats shaved out so I would look nice for Emily’s birthday party today.  We sure had a good time and I am so happy to be here where I am being cared for.

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6/17/14:  Sadly today we found out I have a light case of heartworms that will need to be treated before my dental and neuter.  I have perfect house manners and enjoy being inside.  I’m doing great here at the rescue and getting along will the other dogs.  My neck is healing up nicely after being attacked by a dog at the shelter.  Please keep me in your prayers that someday I will have a life and care like your dogs have.  It is the life I have never known or imagined.

6/13/14:  Please excuse my shelter picture Just arrived at the rescue today.  Friday the 13th sure wasn’t unlucky for me and I’m on my way to a better life.  I was the only collie of 91 dogs taken in from a hoarding situation.  Clearly I have been a house dog at some time because I am housetrained, great on the leash and very comfortable indoors.  While I was at the shelter my cell mate attacked me biting my neck and causing puncture holes.  So I had to go to the vet to get stitches which means I can’t have a bath for a while.  Tomorrow I am going to get a good brushing and as I get well will then go for a dental and a neuter.  The rescue folks are guessing me to be about eight years old.  Please check back to see my progress as I become healthy again.

It is amazing these wonderful folks care about me and helping with my medical cost:  Christopher Welborn, Chris Hillhouse, Nancy Gooding, Abbie E Schaub, Scott Perman, Rebecca Fox, Audrey Sumner, Bobby Chastain, Kimberlee Rettberg, Mary Witul, Danita Morgan, Sharon Ross, Jim Sain, Carol Lightcap, Kim E Moore, Gordana Kosutic, Mary Diesen, Edward Brown, Karen L. Roth, Ann Moyle, Merry Day and Diane Kennedy

 

Drummer

 

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6/21/14:  Did I tell you folks how much I enjoy a good game of fetch and will retrieve every time?  I’m also a smart fellow and today Emily who is a volunteer taught me to give hi-five.  I learned it very quickly and have a very strong desire to please my people.

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6/6/14:  On Saturday’s the volunteers come to pet and groom the collies.  Shawn is my favorite because he is a young fellow like me.  He enjoys throwing the ball for me so I can bring it back and rubbing my belly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5/3/14:  I’m starting to take off my winter coat so today I had a good brushing.  I enjoyed every minute of my beauty treatment and was a very good boy.  When I am out in the yard I enjoy playing by myself and will throw the toys so I can catch them.  The other dogs scare me a bit and why I would prefer to be an only dog if possible.  I love to lay my head on your chest and snuggle with all people, big or small.

Oh wow, Ann Bishop, Rebecca Fox, Kimberlee Rettberg, Pamela January and Gordana Kosutic have donated to help with my medical care.

 

Coby

 

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6/29/14: My name is Coby at 10 weeks of age and I am the one of the seven puppies taken to the animal shelter.  Our mom was a tri color collie and papa was a, well we don’t know what breed he was.  The folks had mom spayed and she is going to stay with them.  Right now I weight about 12 pounds and will be normal collie size. I may look larger in the picture because they are taken at eye level but you can still hold me in your lap.  I’m very outgoing and a confident little fellow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cinnamon

 

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6/29/14: My name is Cinnamon at 10 weeks of age and I am the only female of the seven puppies taken to the animal shelter.  Our mom was a tri color collie and papa was a, well we don’t know what breed he was.  The folks had mom spayed and she is going to stay with them.  Right now I weight about 12 pounds and will be normal collie size. I may look larger in the picture because they are taken at eye level but you can still hold me in your lap.  A sweet little girl still developing my personality.

 

 

Arlo

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7/15/14:  I doing wonderful in my foster home and learning so many things.  The cat and I get along just fine and I’m doing very well with the housetraining.  Yesterday when I had to potty I went to the door and asked to go out.  I don’t mind going in the crate if I have things to play with and chew on.  Learning what no means and the things it is ok to chew on.  I am at 19 pounds now and will be normal male collie size.

6/29/14: My name is Arlo at 10 weeks of age and I am one of the seven puppies taken to the animal shelter.  Our mom was a tri color collie and papa was a, well we don’t know what breed he was.  The folks had mom spayed and she is going to stay with them.  Right now I weight about 12 pounds and will be normal collie size. I may look larger in the picture because they are taken at eye level but you can still hold me in your lap.  I do think I am the most handsome of the litter.

 

Theo (Adopted)

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7/22/14:  Please meet my new parents Amanda and Matt.  The collie is my new pal Johnny and he will teach me to do fundraisers for CRC like he does.  We are great friends already and do everything together.  Thanks everyone that helped me to find my family.

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6/29/14: My name is Theo at 10 weeks of age and I am the one of the seven puppies taken to the animal shelter.  Our mom was a tri color collie and papa was a, well we don’t know what breed he was.  The folks had mom spayed and she is going to stay with them.  Right now I weight about 12 pounds and will be normal collie size. I may look larger in the picture because they are taken at eye level but you can still hold me in your lap.  I think I am the sweetest one of the bunch and enjoy a good nap.

 

Lasso (Adopted)

Lasso, Eddie & Matt

7/20/14:  I’m moving to the capitol today with Eddie, Matt and my new friend Tulip.  I will be there 4th adoption from CRC and know I will be in the best of hands.  Tulip will teach me the things I need to know and help me to feel more comfortable.  I am a very lucky fellow to have such a great home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6/29/14:  Hi folks my name is Lasso and I am a nine month old collie boy.  Just arrived here this weekend and couldn’t believe all these puppies to play with.  They are a bit smaller than me but I am gentle with them.  This coming week I will be going to the vet for my neuter.  Please check back to see new pictures and how I am doing.

Thank you so much Gretchen Sayre, Karen L. Roth, Rebecca Fox, Pamela January, Julianne Lucas Mays and Pam Barron for caring about me.

 

Caleb (Adopted)

Caleb & Webb's

7/19/14:  Please meet my new family Isabella and Laura.  They come to volunteer on Saturday’s and fell in love with me.  My new name will be Chip like in Beauty and the Beast.  I was the runt of the litter and now up to sixteen pounds.  Isabella will take very good care of me and I will have others to play with when we get home.  Thanks everyone who helped me to find this wonderful family.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6/29/14: My name is Caleb at 10 weeks of age and I am the one of the seven puppies taken to the animal shelter.  Our mom was a tri color collie and papa was a, well we don’t know what breed he was.  The folks had mom spayed and she is going to stay with them.  I am the runt and just a tiny little fellow that never got as much food as the others.  Now that has backfired on the others and I get all the attention with folks carrying me in their arms and I get special food.  I know I don’t much look like mom but I have mom’s collie heart.

 

 

Buddy (Adopted)

Buddy, Elizabeth & Bradley

7/12/14:  Will you just look who has a family and I’m going home with Elizabeth and Bradley.  That little one is my new pal Zoe and I’m not sure she likes me yet but she will.  My new mom is a veterinarian so I will receive the best of care.  Thanks everyone for helping me to find these wonderful folks.

 

 

 

 

 

Buddy

 

 

 

 

6/21/14:  Woo-Hoo it’s party time and don’t I look handsome in this hat?  I’m a happy boy who is always smiling and loves to have a good time.  I’m the clown here and always making the volunteers laugh.

 

 

 

 

 

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5/23/14:  I had the heartworm treatment this week and doing great.  I do the happy dance when it is time for breakfast and when we are going for a walk.  I’m just a happy kind of fellow that will make you smile.

5/10/14:  I am always smiling now and so very happy with being able to come in the house.  Went to the vet yesterday for a much need bath and a heartworm check.  Sadly I am a light heartworm positive and will need to have treatment.  My paperwork says I am eight but I act more like six and my teeth look great.  I know basic commands like sit and absolutely love going for walks or rides in the car.  Doing well with the other dogs and playing with Kurt the puppy.  If you would like to help with my heartworm treatment just hit that donate button and say it is for Buddy.

Buddy

 

5/5/14:  Today I will be leaving this home that I have known all my life.  The collie rescue is picking me up because my person has to move and cannot take me.  I understand this weekend I will get a much needed bath and the folks will get to know me.  Please check back to see my new pictures and more about me as I learn this new life.

Folks are already stepping up to help me on my journey.  Thank you Stephanie Smith, Anna Craig, Ruth Cummins, Chris Hillhouse, Neil Janis, Margo Sullivan, Victoria Gustafson, Edward Brown, Nancy Covey, Carla Ashby, Gordana Kosutic, Kim E Moore, Merry Day, Maureen Lahti, Kimberlee Rettberg, Robin Ungano, Jim Sain, Ann M Moyle, Rebecca Fox, Carol Lightcap, Elisabeth Slone and Kimberlee Rettberg.

 

Camilla (Adopted)

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7/4/14:  I’m going home with the Knouse family to start my new life.  Nola has been waiting on a girl like me with lots of spirit and fun.  I will have a sheltie girl to play with and I can teach her things.  So far everything is going great and I love it here with this great family.

 

 

 

 

Camilla

6/21/14:  Just arrived here today because my folks have to travel for their jobs and didn’t think it was fair for me to being boarded all the time.  I am about a four year old, female collie girl at 45 pounds.  So far I have fit in just fine with the others and learning the routine.  Please check back to see how I am doing as the rescue folks learn more about me.

Thank you wonderful folks for helping me.  Rebecca Fox and Kim E Moore

 

Archie (Adopted)

Archie, Jett & Stone's

 

 

 

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7/5/14:  We will be starting our lives with the Stone Family.  They came to the rescue today and decided we would be the new family members.  We love our huge backyard and they sure enjoy watching us play.  Our folks haven’t stopped smiling since they brought us hope.  Thank you Karen for letting us pee, poop and throw up in your car on the way to collie rescue.

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6/29/14: My name is Archie at 10 weeks of age and I am the one of the seven puppies taken to the animal shelter.  Our mom was a tri color collie and papa was a, well we don’t know what breed he was.  The folks had mom spayed and she is going to stay with them.  Right now I weight about 12 pounds and will be normal collie size. I may look larger in the picture because they are taken at eye level but you can still hold me in your lap.  I’m an easy going kind of fellow who really enjoys toys.

 

Jett (Adopted)

Archie, Jett & Stone's

 

 

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7/5/14:  We will be starting our lives with the Stone Family.  They came to the rescue today and decided we would be the new family members.  We love our huge backyard and they sure enjoy watching us play.  Our folks haven’t stopped smiling since they brought us hope.  Thank you Karen for letting us pee, poop and throw up in your car on the way to collie rescue.

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6/29/14: My name is Jett at 10 weeks of age and I am the one of the seven puppies taken to the animal shelter.  Our mom was a tri color collie and papa was a, well we don’t know what breed he was.  The folks had mom spayed and she is going to stay with them.  Right now I weight about 12 pounds and will be normal collie size. I may look larger in the picture because they are taken at eye level but you can still hold me in your lap.  I’m a lazy kind of fellow that likes to lay down to eat.  I also like to boss the others around and keep them in line.

 

Bowen (Adopted)

Bowen & Ellis Family

7/5/14:  I’m going home today with Cyndy and Chris Ellis.  Please meet my new girl pal Maggie who will show me the routine and we will be buddies.  We have already started to play and run around the yard together.  Maggie has let me know I am in great hands with Cyndy and Chris.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6/29/14:  Hello folks, just arrived yesterday and I am a six year old collie fellow.  My person developed Parkinson’s and could no longer care for me.  I’m doing great here with the other dogs and I even like cats.  Please check back to see how I am doing.

Thank you Rebecca Fox for caring about me.

 

Halo (Adopted)

Halo & McConnel's

 

 

6/26/14:  Although I cannot see this is the brightest day of my life because I’m going home with Jack and Gloria.  They adopted Jackson who was also blind eight years ago so they have plenty of experience.  I will have Devin, Siberius and Woodrow to play with and they will assist me in getting around.  This is the home everyone has been praying I would have and no doubt I will be in the best of hands.  What a long way I have come and thanks so much to everyone who helped me to progress and believed in me.

 

 

 

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6/21/14:  My training is complete and I am back at Miss Jean’s house.  I am doing absolutely wonderful and follow her all over the yard while she poop scoops.  I am now great on the leash and what a long way I have come with so much more confidence now.  Today we had a birthday party for Emily who volunteers here at the rescue and I got to wear this great hat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2/10/14:  Will you just look at me and I am so proud of myself.  I have learned to pull this cart of hay to the pasture so Albert the Ox can have his breakfast.  Then off to Lowe’s we went and I got up on that cart to go for a ride through the store.  I’m pretty much a normal dog now with so much confidence.  When I first came to rescue I was so afraid of what might be happening to me.  I had no idea life for me could be so wonderful.

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12/16/13:  Well I am with Claire now and she is teaching me so many things.  Here we are at the pet supply store where I am leaning sit and doing pretty good if I say so.  Thanks everyone that cares about me.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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11/23/13:  This little lady is making great progress here and enjoy when the volunteers come and let me lay in their laps.  I have truly learned to enjoy the touch of a human and how loving they can be.  I did well at the beauty shop and had my very first bath.  As you can see the tips of my ears are gone and that is where the flies ate them biting me.  I understand that will never happen again and my life will only get better.  You folks are just wonderful for taking me in and I appreciate it so very much.

Halo & Emily

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11/16/13:  My name is Halo and I am about 2 years old.  I live in a dark and quiet world because I am blind and deaf.  It is the only world I have ever know because I was born this way.  When two merles are bred together they can produce blind and deaf puppies and should never be done.  I have also received very little attention and don’t really know the love of humans.  The volunteers come on Saturday’s to spend time with me and I am really starting to enjoy what I have been missing for so long.  This week I will be going to the groomer to get these horrible mats out of my coat.  Please keep me in your prayers and just hit that donate button if you would like to help with my care.

Thank you Kimberlee Rettberg, Samantha Hjerpe, John Olsakovsky, Vincent Binek, Roberta Braun Curtin, Peter Belardino, Beveraly Hirt, Debora Doney, Deborah Knowles, Carol Lightcap, Kathy Boyes, Karin Bennett, Ginny Young, Kelly Anne Kasheta, Marilyn Mayhew, Kim Rettberg, Susan Chase, Desiree Griffiths, Nathan Kovell, Eric Oaks, Ann M Moyle, Thomas Boardley and Ann L. Bishop for loving me.

 

Winnie (Adopted)

Winnie & Ritch's

6/28/14:  Starting my new life today with the Ritch Family and I am so excited.  They love me already and I sure love them.  I have two older brother dogs Cody and Jake to play with and show me the routine.  I have settled in great and like hanging out in the kitchen with mom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6/21/14:  Hello folks, I am a one year old collie girl new to rescue.  My person had to move to a small apartment and she thought it would be better for me to find another home.  Being just a puppy I am full of energy and love to play.  I am also housetrained and great with the other dogs.

Thank you so much Rebecca Fox, Deborah Sullivan, Debbie Olsakovsky and Sylvia Montgomery for helping with my medical cost.

 

 

Homer (Adopted)

Homer & Rode's

6/16/14: Can you believe I HAVE A HOME with the Rode’s.  Please meet my new people Dennis and Suzy.  They have done a lot of research about us blind dogs and getting things ready to take me home.  Once they met me they saw I’m not that much different and just do things a little slower.  Last night I slept on my brand new doggie bed and this morning we went for a walk together.  I love them already and they love me too.  How could I ever express my gratitude to the folks that helped me to find them and a home I never imagined possible for me?  This is the home you folks promised me and the other collies told me about.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5/17/14:  Well I went to see the eye doctor this week and she has a twelve year old smooth collie so I got the special treatment.  I hopped right in the van all by myself and a very independent fellow.  Any way it seems I have progressive retinal atrophy which is what caused my cataracts and my sight cannot be restored.  I have adjusted to not being able to see and have learned to rely on my other senses.  I can follow your footsteps and do very well on the leash.  Once I learn where everything is I rarely bump into things.  I can do anything the other dogs do just a little slower.  Blind dogs need homes too and I would really like to have mine.  Do you have a special place in your heart for one who needs you?

5/7/14:  I have an appointment with the eye doctor on the 13th to find out if my cataracts can be removed and some of my sight restored.  Please keep me in your prayers.

4/25/14:  Well what a day it has been for me with going to the vet for a bath, dental and neuter.  Thank goodness I was heartworm negative but someone could have warned me about that neutering thing.  You should have seen me try to hope in the van and I’m an independent kind of guy.  When I heal up from the neuter I am going to the eye doctor to see if something can be done about my cataracts.  Thanks everyone for keeping me in your prayers.

4/10/14:  I’m pretty proud of myself today and after covering every inch of the yard with my nose, learned to go up and down the deck stairs all by myself.  I’m doing great with the other dogs although I sometimes bump into them and they just get up a move.  They seem to understand that I don’t see well and very nice to me.  I am so happy here where I have a normal dog life with love and many pets.

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3/22/14:  This is so confusing and I just arrived with Parker yesterday.  First my people take me to the animal shelter however a nice lady got me out and now I am here at the rescue.  It is a bit harder for me to understand because I am blind and 10 + years old.  It is clear that they care about me here and thank you for taking me in.  I have so much medical work to be done with a dental, neutering and vaccinations.  Please keep this senior fellow in your prayers and if you would like to help with my care I would really appreciate it.

Thank you Nancy Covey, Carla Ashby, Michele Ewing, Samantha Hjerpe, John Olsakovsky, Dennis & Suzanne Rode, Nicholas Lamparter, Virginia Coile, Scott Henning, Jan Wiley, Lisa OHara, Kimberlee Rettberg, Gordana Kosutic, Beverly Hirt, Kelly Anne Kasheta, Nancy Marks, Melissa Stone, Carol Lightcap, Merry Day, Anne White, Mark Serosky, Deborah Sullivan and Abbie E Schaub for caring about this senior gentleman.

 
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