4/28/15: Well I have hit the big league and guess I will give this good life a try with my new person, Cheryl. She has experience with un-socialized collies and realizes it will take me time to trust. That smaller dog is my new friend, Annie and she has enough confidence for the both of us. She will help me to learn my place in the family and what is expected of me. I have made great progress here at the rescue and time to move to the next step. Thanks everyone who helped make this possible for me.
4/7/15: They call me the Teddy Bear and hug all over me. I’m starting to enjoy it and I am working on learning to sit for a cookie. Have that crate thing down and always get treats when I go in. I’m doing pretty good and starting to adjust to this wonderful new life. I never imagined having enough food to eat or that humans would care about me but they do!
4/2/15: Moving on up and I am now in the house. I come right in that door and run to my crate where I always get a cookie. You could probably call me the clown of the team and I get along with all the other dogs. I’m starting to accept the good life and strangers when they come however it will just take a little time with lots of love for me.
3/22/15: I am a pretty valuable player on the CRC team. Not to mention I also have this cute teddy bear face. I am about 3 years old and a white collie with a sable head. This picture was taken after my bath and before I was brushed out. This good life is a bit hard to take in when all you have ever know is being hungry and only having the other dogs for friends but we had to fight for our food. Therefore I am underweight and need to gain some pounds. Each week the volunteers come to work with us on leash walking and just showing us love. It is just a little hard to accept this wonderful new life.
How about that, Mary Witul Ann Moyle and Sandra Schuck are helping with my care.