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Border Collie Dog For Adoption in Whitehouse Station, NJ, USA


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Date Listed: 01/12/2018
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Organization Name: Rogers' Rescues
Location: Whitehouse Station, NJ

Breed: Border Collie
Gender: Female Female


Age: Young
Color/Markings: Black with White
Size at Maturity: Medium
Availability Date: 01/12/2018
Location: Whitehouse Station, NJ, 08902
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Border Collie Dog For Adoption in Whitehouse Station, NJ, USA

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Posted Breed: Border Collie. If you want to enter an Adoption Application, please click on the following link: We adopt to NJ and the eastern edge of PA. Please contact ROGERS' RESCUE if you are uncertain of us adopting to your area. All our foster dogs are spayed/neutered, up to date on their shots, and have a clean bill of health. In order to meet any of our dogs, you should check your email daily for follow-up instructions. PERSONALITY: Smart, loving, cuddly BREED: Border Collie mix AGE: 1 year old WEIGHT: 33 pounds (I am done growing!) PERSONALITY: Playful, silly, and sweet ENERGY LEVEL: Animated, active, and fun GOOD WITH OTHER DOGS: Yes, requires another dog GOOD WITH CATS: Depends on the cat GOOD WITH KIDS: I prefer calm people, so no toddlers or loud, active kids please! SHEDDING: Yes, I shed GOOD IN THE CAR: Quiet and polite CRATE TRAINED: Yes MUST HAVES: Lots of toys, another dog, and a physically fenced yard ABOUT: Do you have a fenced yard and another dog? Then I may be the dog for you! I’m Millie and I love to have fun and learn new things! In my foster home, I spend so much time playing with all of the toys! They really are my favorite things. I willingly go into my crate and am content to hang out there while my foster people are out. They tell me that I’m very smart and food motivated. I learned sit right away and am getting really good at coming when called and drop it! My new home will need to have a fenced yard since I really love to run and play. I definitely need an outgoing and confident dog in my new home, as I follow my doggy foster brother's lead and am more confident with him around. There are also cats in my foster home and I get along with them most of the time, but sometimes I do chase them so it really depends on the cat. I do take time to warm up to new people, and seem to do best when allowed to approach them rather than them approaching me. I have gotten used to household sounds like the TV and vacuum cleaner, but would be happiest in a home without toddlers or loud, active kids. I do hope to have a cozy bed and blankets to roll in, lots of toys to play with, and people who will continue to teach me to be confident in all situations! Our dogs are all fostered in private homes, and all adopters must go through our screening process before being put in contact with the foster family. By responding to our email inquiries quickly, you can help speed up the approval process! Rogers' Rescues is a 501(c)3 non-profit, all volunteer dog rescue. We are in DESPERATE NEED of more volunteers. CLICK HERE if you are interested in volunteering with us. Donations are always needed to help with vetting, transportation, and supplies for our dogs. To donate, please use PayPal: or mail a check to: Rogers' Rescues, 531 Route 22 East, Suite 191, Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889 To learn more about our rescue, visit

Border Collie

A.K.A. : Scottish Sheep Dog, Welsh sheep dog
Overview: The Border Collie enjoys working; if not actually herding sheep, he needs to be in the company of an athletic owner who will allow him to work out often. He's intelligent and eager to please, so makes a fine companion for active and attentive owners.
Breed Group: Herding
Weight (lbs): 30-45
Height (in): male: 20-23, female: 18-21
Colors: Black, blue merle, and sable, marked with varying amounts of white and/or tan.
Coat: Can be either smooth or rough. The smooth coat is short; the rough coat is medium to long and flat to Slightly waby.
Character: Border Collies are intelligent, determined, and brave. They form a very close attachment to their family and are always eager to please.
Temperament: This breed gets along well with other pets and children, as long as there is sufficient activity to keep everyone occupied.
Care: The Border Collie requires at least weekly brushing.
Training: This breed is very intelligent and eager to please, thus making training a very pleasurable and rewarding experience for both dog and owner.
Activity: The Border Collie needs to stay active to keep from being bored (and, therefore, behaving badly). He needs plenty of exercise or specific tasks on a regular basis.
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Health Issue: This breed is hardy, but some are prone to hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, and eye disease. Some are allergic to fleas or prone to epilepsy and deafness.
Life Expectancy: 12-15

More About Border Collie Breed
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