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 The senior collies are placed in what we call permanent foster homes. This is where the rescue pays all their medical expenses and all the foster has to do is love them like they will live forever. It is the seniors that need us the most and so sad to see them discarded after they have given so many years of love to their humans.

Please help to provide for these seniors with a donation so they can live out their  years in a home where they are loved and cared for.  A life with the dignity they deserve as they grow older.

  Thanks to these folks for donating to help the seniors:  Kristi Macaulay




Please meet our seniors in foster care and the families who are giving them a home.















Leia:  Leia came into rescue 6/21 because her people moved.  Dennis and Suzy adopted her and have a lot of experience with dogs that do not see well.















Maggie:  Fifteen year old collie mix girl came into rescue 6/21 when her owner passed.  She will be staying at the rescue and working with Miss Jean














Dash:  Eleven year old, smooth collie fellow came in 6/21.  Thank you Cindy for giving Dash a home.














Maggie:  Ten year old collie girl came in on 6/21.  Thank you Scott for giving this sweet, senior girl a home to live out her days.














Nala:  Ten year old sheltie girl came into rescue 1/21.  Had extensive medical issues that were taken care of.  Thank you Gale Davis for giving this little girl a home.

ROSIE:  Retired service collie at 11 years old.  CRC March 2020.  Thank you George and Melody Victor for giving Rosie a home.










ZIGGY:  At nine years old his owner took him to the shelter because the new wife did not like his shedding.  Thank you Jeff for giving Ziggy a home where he will be loved.










HONEY BEE:  Surrendered to CRC July, 2018 at ten years old because her owner could no longer care for her.  Thank you Scott for giving this senior lady a home.










CASSIE: Pulled from animal shelter at 11 1/2 years old 2/17