Princess

 

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4/15/14:  Uh Oh, I came into heat today so my vet work will have to wait until that is over.  Even though the boys here are neutered they are still very interested and following me everywhere.

4/13/14:  Good news that my heartworm test was negative and will be going for my spay on Thursday.

4/9/14:  I am an eight year old collie girl that arrived today because my person passed away.  I’m a little confused but the others have let me know I am in a safe place.  This coming week I will be going to the groomer to get my hair done and then to the vet to be spayed.  I am a very sweet girl that absolutely loves children.  Please check back to see how I am doing and if you would like to help with my medical cost just hit the donate button and say it is to help Princess.

Thank you Leslie McCullough, Edward Brown, Ann Moyle, Ann L. Bishop and Gordana Kosutic for caring about me and helping me on my way to a better life.

 

Scout

 

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4/12/14:  Hello people, my name is Scout and I am a one year old collie girl.  My folks have had collies all their lives and in fact I was their sixth one.  However we have a toddler in the house and I just can’t stop nipping at him trying to get him to play so now he is afraid of me.  My people loved me very much and didn’t want to stick me outside or keep the baby in a play pen all the time.  So they did the responsible thing and called the collie rescue.  Miss Jean suggested maybe an older more settled collie would be a match for the toddler as she always does in any small child situation.  So my folks drove me the three hours to rescue and mom sure was crying when she left.  I have been very well taken care of and also know basic commands.  However I am having a wonderful time playing with the other collies and this is just what I needed.

 

Alfie

 

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4/18/14:  Doing great after my heartworm treatment and thanks to everyone that helped me with my medical cost.  That fine looking Princess is in heat and wish she would understand just realize what a great guy I am.  However I will continue to romance her and the rejection isn’t bothering me.  I realize in a couple of weeks I will be neutered and this may be my last chance to prove my manhood so I’m giving this my best effort.

4/10/14:  Please to me you folks and my name is Alfie.  I am about a four year old collie mix fellow at around 60 pounds.  My person had pneumonia and while in the hospital she caught something else that took her away at only 37.  She loved me very much and I know she would have never left me but she would want me to find a good home.  I’m a sweet fellow that likes laying my head in your lap.  This week I went to the vet for treatment of a light case of heartworms.  In about a month I will be neutered and have my teeth cleaned.  I’m doing great with the other dogs and love everyone.  Please check back to see how I am doing and if you would like to help with my care just click that donated button and say it is to help Alfie.

Thank you Mary Witul, Sharon Ross, Danita Morgan, Carla Ashby, Nancy Covey and Rebecca Fox for helping me on my way to a home.

 

Utah

 

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4/6/14:  Hello folks and some of you might remember me.  I was adopted but that border collie girl just would not accept me being in her home so I am back looking for my home again.  I am a three year old sheltie / border collie mix, little fellow at about forty pounds.  I have good house manners and love to play fetch.  You just throw the ball and I will do all the running.

Thank you Kim E Moore for caring about this little fellow.

 

Homer

 

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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 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.

 

Dolly (Adopted)

Dolly & Johnson's

4/9/14:  This little girl is going home with the Johnson Family.  Mom needed a girl to help balance things out in the home.  I’m going to grow up with my boys, Miles, Devin and Eli and they have promised to take very good care of me.  Thanks everyone that helped me on the journey and made this home possible for me.

 

 

 

 

 

Dolly Collage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4/6/14:  It has been a busy week for me with going to the vet for vaccinations.  I’m doing great in my foster home and learning so many things.  I am a confident, easy going kind of little girl.  Just click on the link to watch a movie of me.  http://youtu.be/uxIcfwTGXoY

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3/29/14:  Well hello, my name is Dolly and I am about an eight week old collie mix girl.  Our folks took mom and I to the animal shelter because they didn’t want us.  That was really our lucky day because mom is just a baby herself and under a year old.  The rescue folks have no idea what breed dad might have been since I am 90 percent collie.  I have all the collie markings but my head is a little wide.  Mom is a very small girl at about 40 pounds and if I take after her I will be small also.  That is my mom, Rayne and she is looking for a great home also.  Well let me tell you about myself.  The rescue folks say I am the sweetest, most precious little thing and they keep smelling my puppy breath.  Last night I slept quietly in my crate and did not have an accident.  I love playing with the other dogs and they are very tolerant of me.  I will be going to the vet this week for my vaccinations and worming.

Terri L. Cheema, Elisabeth Slone and Jim Sain has donated to help this little tyke on her way to a better life.

 

 

Brinn

 

Brinn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3/22/14:  My name is Brinn, about a one year old sheltie girl at 35 pounds.  My folks surrendered me to the animal shelter because they said I was to much trouble to take care of.  I guess that included giving me my heartworm preventive since I tested positive for a light case that will need to be treated.  Any way the shelter collie the collie rescue for me and I arrived today.  My medical work and evaluation is in progress so please check back to see how I am doing.  If you would like to help with my medical just click that donate button and say it is to help me.

Frank Carney, Anna Craig, Chris Hillhouse, Nancy Gooding, Kathy Carroll, Dawn Pecora and Carol Lightcap have donated to help with my medical care and thank you.

 

Parker

 

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3/22/14:  Hello folks my new name is Parker because no one knows my original name and I just arrived today.  I am a 10+ year old collie fellow that has never been neutered and my people took me to the animal shelter because they didn’t want me anymore.  This nice lady took me in and called the collie rescue and thank you so much for taking me.  My medical work will be taken care of in the next coming weeks and please check back to see how I am doing.  If you would like to help with my medical cost just hit that donate button and it will be greatly appreciated.

Things are already looking better and Kimberlee Rettberg, Laura Walters, Jan Wiley, Joyce Cerato, Kelly Anne Kasheta, Abbie E Schaub, Debbie Olsakovsky, Mary Diesen, Jim Sain, Diane Kennedy and Michele Ewing  has donated to help with my medical needs.

 

Lotus Rose

 

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3/15/14:  When the vet did my bloodwork they found out I have a low thyroid.  Now this could change as I continue to receive good nutrition and will be retested in a month or so to make sure I still need it.  However I have so much more energy now and will you just look my hair has started to grow back on my rear.   I feel like running and playing with the other dogs now and having so much fun.  Oh did you know my name means new beginnings?

 

 

 

 

Lotus 5

2/22/14:  I am feeling and looking so much better after my trip to the groomer.  Actually I had never had a bath before and it was scary at first until Meg started massaging me all over.  I also went to the vet this week where I was spayed and had my rabies vaccination.  Things just keep getting better and better for me around here.  I never knew people could care so much about me and I thank you so much.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2/1/14:  I just can’t believe all the food I am getting here at the rescue and with my weight so low I really need it.  I have never know such a place like this where there is love and care but I sure do appreciate it.  Today I picked up a toy to play with and getting more comfortable.  I will be going to the groomer to get a bath soon and when I gain some weight I will be spayed.

Lotus 1

 

1/27/14:  Fender, Ava and I just arrived here at the rescue.  What a wonderful place this is with plenty of food and a warm place to sleep.  The animal control picked us up along with many other dogs because we weren’t being cared for.  Thank goodness they came before the cold and snow or many of us would not have made it.  The rescues came to get the other dogs just as you folks came for us and we thank you so much for saving our lives.   We have met the other collies and they say we are going to find homes where we will be loved and cared for.  Please check back to see our progress and watch us blossom as we become healthy again.  If you would like to help with our medical care just hit the donate button and say it is for us.

 

We never imagined anyone would care about us.  Thank you so very much Kellyanne Kasheta, Kim Rettberg, Anne White, Linda Plante, Bobby Chastain, Judy Tull, Virginia King, Audrey Sumner, Sheila Nelson, Mary Diesen, Susan Hopkins, Joe Rogers, Carol Lightcap, James Pollard, Gayle Taylor, Laurina Emery-Jacobs, MaryJo Scarlette and Deborah Knowles

 

Ava

 

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3/3/14: I’m starting to feel better and have a bit of a spring to my step now.  I am gaining some weight and enjoying all the good food here that just keeps coming.  Went to the vet this week for a much needed bath and some bloodwork.  It is just  going to take time for me to get healthy again.

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2/22/14:  I don’t have a lot to report like the others and we are just trying to put some weight on me because I am so skinny.  I’m a bit older than Fender and Lotus Rose and have suffered from bad nutrition longer.  However I’m not as old as you may think and as I get healthy you will see a remarkable difference.  I’m going to the vet this week for some bloodwork and a bath.  I have a cyst on my tail they will take off when I am strong enough to be spayed.  I will also have a much needed dental and my teeth are like grains of rice.  Thank you all so much for caring about this little girl and it is a love I never thought possible.

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2/1/14:  I am so afraid this good life might end that I just cling to everyone I meet.  I never imagined such a good life was possible for a little girl like me.  We have freedom out in the yard to walk around and there is plenty of food for everyone.  I will be going for a bath soon and when I gain some weight I will be spayed.  I am so very happy to be here in this wonderful place and they say my life is only going to get better.

Ava

1/27/14:  Lotus Rose, Fender and I just arrived here at the rescue.  What a wonderful place this is with plenty of food and a warm place to sleep.  The animal control picked us up along with many other dogs because we weren’t being cared for.  Thank goodness they came before the cold and snow or many of us would not have made it.  The rescues came to get the other dogs just as you folks came for us and we thank you so much for saving our lives.   We have met the other collies and they say we are going to find homes where we will be loved and cared for.  Please check back to see our progress and watch us blossom as we become healthy again.  If you would like to help with our medical care just hit the donate button and say it is for us.

 

We never imagined anyone would care about us.  Thank you so very much Ann L. Bishop, Ann Moyle, Cheryl Budde, Julie Ferrario, George Jensen II, Christina Clark, Kellyanne Kasheta, Kim Rettberg, Anne White, Linda Plante, Bobby Chastain, Judy Tull, Virginia King, Audrey Sumner, Sheila Nelson, Mary Diesen, Susan Hopkins, Joe Rogers, Carol Lightcap, James Pollard, Gayle Taylor, Laurina Emery-Jacobs, MaryJo Scarlette and Deborah Knowles

 

 

Drummer

 

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3/23/14:  Well I’m back being fostered at the rescue because I didn’t like that other dog.  I am very much a people and children kind of fellow and prefer their company.  I love to run, play and as you can see cut up.  Just a sweet, cuddly, love bug that doesn’t really care for other dogs.  I have learned to sit and down and working on stay.

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2/10/14:  I’m doing well in my foster home and as you can see I had a much needed bath.  This is my collie friend and I taking a nap together.  I am learning so many things and have no problem with the housetraining.

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1/25/14:  My name is Drummer and I came in with Tara.  The collie rescue found us listed on Craigslist and took us in.  We are so happy to be here before it got very cold.  We have always live outside and never known the warmth of a house.  I am between 1 and 2 years old and so far have received my vaccinations and neuter.  I will be going in soon for a much needed bath.  Thanks everyone for helping us.

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

 

 

Halo

 

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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 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.

 

Rex (Adopted)

Rex & Gomersall's

 

4/5/14:  I have a home with the Gomersall’s and will be their second adoption from the collie rescue.  I was very skeptical about that getting neutered thing and it might not have happened if it hadn’t been for the UPS man helping to shove me in the van.  However looks like it has paid off for me and on my way to VA and a new wonderful life.  There is no doubt I will be very much loved and cared for.  Thanks everyone that helped me.

 

 

 

 

 

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3/22/14:  I understand on Tuesday I will be going to be neutered and have a hernia repair.  Folks, is this really necessary?

Rex

3/15/14:  Hello folks I am the new fellow in and my name is Rex.  I am a three year old collie boy that loves riding in the car and am housetrained.  I am in rescue because my people breed Bishions and these little dogs were beating me up.  I have been very well taken care of but need to be neutered.  I weigh about 65 pounds and my evaluation is in progress.  Please check back to see how I am doing.

 

Thank you Mikey Blaylock, Margie Hoffman and David Levy for donating to help with my care.

 

Brick (Adopted)

Brick & Kim

 

4/5/14:  Woo Hoo I’m going to Florida and this is my new mom, Kim.  She drove a long way to meet me but knew I was going to be the one for her family.  When we get home I will meet dad and Finn who will be my new collie friend.  I never imagined such a wonderful life could be possible and heck I might even get to meet Mickey Mouse.  Thanks everyone that helped me on my journey to a better life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3/23/14: Big things happening for me this week.  I went for my heartworm treatment and I have also learned to come in the house.  Getting use to the tile floors and they aren’t so scary anymore.

3/15/14:  Most of my life I have just been out in the backyard with people coming out to feed me.  This is so different and people actually interact with me and give me pets.  Today I went in the house for the first time.  I just stopped because that tile didn’t feel right under my feet and I have never been in a house before.  So we will take it slow and I will eventually learn how great the indoors is.  For now I am outside in the kennel and always do my business in a specific spot where it will not be near me.  I’m great on the leash and love going for walks.  The said news is my heartworm test was a light positive and I will need to have treatment.  I realize that I am not a pure bred collie but this rescue seems to love all of us no matter.  Please keep me in your prayers.

Brick 2

3/8/14:  Doing great here at the rescue and get along fine with everyone.  I’m a quiet, gentle, laid back kind of guy however I do love to howl when I hear a siren.  I’m not a barker and this good life is all new for me.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3/1/14:  Just arrived here today and thank you folks for springing me and Dahlia from the animal shelter.  I am a three year old collie mix fellow who hasn’t ever really had much of a life.  While I have always had enough food to eat my people never really paid much attention to me.  Check back to see my journey as I learn what it means to have people care and love me.  Please excuse the shelter picture and there will be more as I progress.

The great life is starting and Kimberly Giannetti, Susan Cate, Karen Creager and Carol Lightcap have donated to help with my medical cost.

 

Rayne (Adopted)

Rayne & Jensen's

4/5/14:  I’m going home with the Jensen’s and clearly I will be a lap dog that is very much loved.  They have adopted from the collie rescue before and I’m pretty lucky.  I said goodbye to Molly my puppy and explained she will find a home of her own.  Thank you folks so much for saving us and letting us have a chance at a better life.

 

 

 

 

 

Rayne

 

 

 

 

3/29/14:  Just arrived at the rescue yesterday with my daughter, Dolly.  Our people didn’t want us so they took us to the animal shelter.  We are so happy to be here and know that we are safe in your hands.  Any way  the rescue believes me to be just under a year old and I am about 40 pounds.  I’m doing great with the other collies and was so very glad to see them.  I will be going to the vet next week for my medical work and will not be having any more babies.  Please check back to see my progress and if you would like to help with my medical needs just click that donate button.

Thank you so much Carol Lightcap, Robin Caltagirone and Rebecca Fox for caring about this girl.

 

Dahlia (Adopted)

Dahlia & Dickenson's

4/5/14:  It is pretty clear how happy I am to be going home with the Dickenson’s.  After meeting all the collies they picked me, me, me.  Oh I am going to have a wonderful life with them and when we get home I will meet the other dogs.  I don’t know how life could be any better and thanks everyone that helped to make this possible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3/23/14:  This week I went to the vet for my heartworm treatment and have learned to come in the house.  I am such a sweet girl with a great personality.

3/15/14:  Doing great here at the rescue and today I went in the house for the first time.  I just stopped because that tile didn’t feel right under my feet and I have never been in a house before.  So we will take it slow and I will eventually learn how great the indoors is.  For now I am outside in the kennel and always do my business in a specific spot where it will not be near me.  Wren worked with me on the leash today and I’m doing very well with that.  The said news is my heartworm test was a light positive and I will need to have treatment.  I realize that I am not a pure bred collie but this rescue seems to love all of us no matter.  Please keep me in your prayers.

Delilah

 

3/8/14:  Here is a much better picture of me and I know I am big for a girl.  I sure am a sweetie, not a barker and very gentle.  I get along with all the others and getting use to this new, great life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3/1/14:  Thank you folks for picking Brick and I up from the animal shelter.  Our people took us there and didn’t want us anymore.  They never really paid any attention to us anyway so I am excited about the possibility of going to a home with a real family.  I am a three year old, collie, mix girl but there is so much collie you would never figure out what the other ten percent is.  Please check back to see my progress as I lean about the great, new life that is to be for me.  Excuse the shelter picture please and more will follow.

Oh wow Mary Witul, Sharon Ross, Edward Brown and Karen Creager has donated to help with my medical needs.

 

 

Thor (Adopted)

Thor & Neal's

3/29/14:  Today I am headed to Florida to start my new life with the Neal’s.  They have adopted from collie rescue before so I know I will be in good hands.  They fell in love with me when they saw my picture.  Thanks everyone for helping me.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 2/8/14:  Went to the beauty shop where Miss Meg got out all of those mats and gave me three baths before I was finally clean.  I am feeling so much better now and know I look handsome.  I’m pretty much skin and bones and need to gain some weight before I can be neutered.

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2/1/14:  Just came in today and I am about 2 ½ years old.  I was picked up as a stray and my coat is a matted mess but I am going to the groomer on Tuesday.  Then I will go to the vet for vaccinations and neutering.  Please check back to see me when I am all beautiful again and how I am doing.

Thank you Bobby Chastain, Susan M. King, Audrey J Sumner, Barbara Minakakis and Kellyanne Kasheta for donating to help with my care.

 

Leah (Adopted)

Leah & Smith's

4/5/14:  The Smith’s were here to meet all the collies so I desperately had to do something to get me noticed because barking wasn’t working.  While Miss Jean was explaining that most collies do not like water I ran over to the water bucket and stuck both of my front feet in.  Wow, everyone noticed me then and they all had a good laugh.  The Smith’s clearly saw what a bright, fun girl I am so I’m on my way home to VA.  I’m going to be the only dog and get all of the attention which will suit me just fine.  Blessings to all the folks that helped me to find them.

 

 

 

 

 

Leah running

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Leah

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3/23/14:  Found out I had a light case of heartworms and went to have those treated on Thursday.  Doing well here at the rescue and getting along great with the others.

3/1/14:  Hello folks, my name is Leah and I am a two year old collie girl.  I was picked up by the animal shelter as a stray and thank you for getting me out.  I just arrived on Monday so my medical work is in progress while I am being evaluated for the home that will suit my personality.  You may have noticed in the first picture that I do have a bit of a mowhawk or cow lick on the top of my head.  It just gives me character and Miss Jean likes to put hair gel on it.  Anyway I have included a picture of me playing tug with Sebastian.

Thank you so much Susan Huneycutt, Kimberlee Rettberg, Sylvia Montgomery, Debbie Olsakovsky, Danita Morgan and Karen Creager for donating to help with my care.

 

 

Fender (Adopted)

Fender & Bodtmann's

3/22/14:  Happy ears today and I have a home with the Bodtmann’s.  I will be there second adoption from the collie rescue and on my way to the good life.  Holly sure was glad when she saw me and glad to have a playmate.  The cat will take a little time to adjust and I am ok with her.  Wow what a long way I have come and I thank everyone so very much.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3/13/14:  I went to the vet today where they removed my manhood, two teeth and a pea sized growth on my chest.  This is supposed to be getting healthy but I’m not so sure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2/22/14:  Will you just look at me now and I am feeling so good after my trip to the groomer.  Oh it was a wonderful massage, had my nails done and got rid of that awful smell.  I also went to the vet this week for some bloodwork and we found out I have a very low thyroid.  So I am taking medicine for that and starting to fill better.  This however will delay my neuter for a month and that suits me fine.  Did I tell you how wonderful it is to be in the house?  I have my very own crate which I absolutely love. In there I have my toys and a bone to chew on.  I am gaining weight with all the food I need and so very grateful for all you folks are doing for me.

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2/1/14:  We are being take care of here so well and the first time I have known a good life where there is love and care.  The volunteers came today and they didn’t care that we don’t smell good or that we have hair missing.  They were so many pets and kisses that I couldn’t believe this is happening to me.  This is a life I never knew existed or could even imagine being possible for me.  They even have toys for dogs here.   I will be going to the groomer soon and when I gain some much needed weight I will be neutered.

Fender

1/27/14:  Lotus Rose, Ava and I just arrived here at the rescue.  What a wonderful place this is with plenty of food and a warm place to sleep.  The animal control picked us up along with many other dogs because we weren’t being cared for.  Thank goodness they came before the cold and snow or many of us would not have made it.  The rescues came to get the other dogs just as you folks came for us and we thank you so much for saving our lives.   We have met the other collies and they say we are going to find homes where we will be loved and cared for.  Please check back to see our progress and watch us blossom as we become healthy again.  If you would like to help with our medical care just hit the donate button and say it is for us.

 

We never imagined anyone would care about us.  Thank you so very much Nancy Covey, Carla Ashby, Shirley Treichel, Kellyanne Kasheta, Kim Rettberg, Anne White, Linda Plante, Bobby Chastain, Judy Tull, Virginia King, Audrey Sumner, Sheila Nelson, Mary Diesen, Susan Hopkins, Joe Rogers, Carol Lightcap, James Pollard, Gayle Taylor, Laurina Emery-Jacobs, MaryJo Scarlette and Deborah Knowles

 

Stella (Adopted)

Stella & Espinoza Family

3/16/14:  Big news for me and I have found a home with the Espinoza Family.  I am doing well in my new home and they love me very much.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4/20/13:  So tonight Stella was barking all over my bed and going crazy.  While she can be annoying sometimes I know to listen to her and no one would ever come in this house without her letting me know.  So I turned around to see what she was barking at and says something moving on my bed.  I jumped up but couldn’t find anything but knew I saw something.  Stella continued to look for it and finally there it was a Centipede and have no clue how it got in the house.  It is safely outside right now and thank Stella I didn’t go to bed with this thing.

8/25/12: Hi folks my name is Stella and I am a four year old CairnTerrier mix.  Guess you are wondering what in the world I am doing at the collie rescue, huh?  Well I came in with Colin and our people did not have time for us anymore so here we are.  I am a very sweet, smart little girl that loves walks and rides in the car.  I am great with the other dogs and housetrained also.

 

 
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