Little Bear (Available)















4/26/21:  Pleased to meet you folks and thanks for letting me come to the collier rescue.  My folks are very elderly and having a hard time taking care of me.  I’m about 8 years old and weigh 40 pounds.  A bit overweight but the way I like to run in the yard that will come off quickly.  I have always been an outside dog living in a dog lot so I am very happy to have the large fenced yard.  In spite of being an outside dog I have perfect house manners and no accidents inside.  I am also already crate trained but I do not really need it.  I walk good on the leash and ride well in the car.  I get along with all the other dogs and will be tested with the cats this week.  I love all people and children and when I see them I put on a great big smile.  I am the best little fellow and cute as a bug.



Alexa (Adopted)



4/15/21:  Headed to my retirement home with Patricia and Ted.  They are going to give me all the love and care that I could ever want.  Nothing but the good life for me from now on.  I am so happy to become a member of the  Voigt family and it is special people that give us seniors a home.







3/20/21:  I have been used as a breeder dog and at 12 years old no longer wanted.  My coat is matted, dirty and I am in heat.  Did you know there is no menopause for dogs and we continue to have heat cycles all our life.  I am in pretty good shape and have no problem doing stairs.  I am housetrained and would love a soft dog bed to lay on.  I get along fine with the other dogs and don’t even mind the cats.  I sure would like to have a real home with someone to love me.

The rescue would like to find me a permanent foster home to live out my days.  This is where the rescue pays for all approved medical cost so all you have to do is love and take care of me.

Thank you Susan Veld and Landee Roth for helping with my medical cost.



Thank you Deborah Brown for helping with my medical needs.


Vanity (Adopted)

4/10/21:  Finally I can go home with Rhonda and Melvin.  We have been waiting for my medical work to be complete.  They immediately noticed my now 10 pound slimmer size.  Not quite ready for that bikini but I’m getting there.  We will wait until my thyroid is stable and I lose more pounds before my spay.  We had a quiet ride home where I met Macy.  She and I were instantly friends whit her showing me all around the yard and house.  Adding a picture of me in my new home and thank to all that helped me to find the Jaynes.


3/20/21: I was picked up as a stray by the animal shelter.  The rescue folks are guessing me to be between 6 and 8 years old and if you can believe it I weigh 105 pounds.  My coat is very think and I have hair loss which is all classic signs of a low thyroid.  Sure enough after going to the vet my thyroid was so low they were surprised I was feeling so good.  I have started on medicine now and it is very inexpensive at about $8 per month.  I will need to stay on it the rest of my life.  Now my hair will start to come back in and these pounds will drop off quickly.  As you can see I have great hips and still lay like a puppy.  I’m a very sweet girl that gets along with the other dogs and the cats.  I’m housetrained and enjoy sleeping on a dog bed.  I have a great personality and love to  be petted.

Thank you June Evans and Pamela January for donating to help with my medical cost.

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