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  • Collie Dog For Adoption in Eureka, CA

    Michael

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    Breed: Collie
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: Eureka, CA
    Posted Breed: Collie (long coat). Magnificent Michael is a 2 year old Collie. He is a very sweet, rather large boy. A little shy at first, but very loving. He weighs 100 pounds. Michael will need to have regular grooming due to his very long hair. He loves other dogs and children, could you be the family for this gorgeous beauty. *Breed Experience required for the adoption of Michael. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM & TWITTER FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AND UPDATES! PLEASE CALL (707) 442-1782 FOR AVAILABILITY OF SPECIFIC ANIMALS. PRIOR TO RELEASE, ALL OF OUR ANIMALS ARE FIXED, VACCINATED, DEWORMED, MICROCHIPPED, HEARTWORM/LYME TESTED FOR DOGS(OVER 6 MONTHS OF AGE) AND FELINE LEUKEMIA/AIDS TESTED FOR CATS. OUR ADOPTION DONATION IS $150.00 (PLUS COST OF RABIES VACCINE IF GIVEN WHILE HERE). ANIMALS BORN AT SEQUOIA HUMANE SHELTER HAVE AN ADDITIONAL DONATION OF $50.00 DUE TO THE EXTRA CARE COSTS. WWW.SEQUOIAHUMANE.ORG WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/SEQUOIAHUMANE.EUREKA INFO@SEQUOIAHUMANE.ORG
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  • Collie Dog For Adoption in Pueblo West, CO

    Rufus

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    Breed: Collie
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: Pueblo West, CO
    Posted Breed: Collie (long coat). Rufus is about 3 years old, neutered and up to date on his vaccines. His HomeAgain microchip is active and his adoption includes a lifetime spot in a national database. He is a rangy 86 pounds and moves like a dream sequence when he runs. And he is wonderfully housebroken, with or without a dog door. Boomer startles easily and his foster family is working to resolve some insecurities. His quirky personality will not endear him to just anyone. He has been known to grumble and talk trash to other big dogs. But he does not mean anything by it. The right family will love him for his unusual traits. Our favorite trainer Ed Russell also has us going in and out of box stores like Lowes to interact with lots of humans and to reassure Rufus that big objects will not hurt him. Rufus is incredibly handsome, as you can see, but he needs a family that sees beyond his good looks and into his "inner dog." RMCSR loves him and we will find just the right match for Rufus. Only folks with a sense of humor need apply. Please begin the process for adoption by reading our Adoption Policies and, if we sound like the right group for you, fill out our online Adoption Application. From there, our receipt of your completed application will be confirmed by email. You then will receive a follow-up phone call if we feel you are a good potential applicant for the dog. Lots of good conversation with the foster family, a reference from your veterinarian, and a home visit round out the screening process. We take dog adoption very seriously. Please put a lot of thought into why you want to adopt a dog, and help us make a good match for your family. We appreciate your taking the time to visit with us. We will look forward to hearing from you as well.
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  • Chloe - Collie Dog For Adoption

    Date listed: 01/13/2017

    Collie Dog For Adoption in Fond du Lac, WI

    Chloe

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    Breed: Collie
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: Fond du Lac, WI
    Posted Breed: Collie. Hi my name is Chloe. I'm a two year old female collie. I came into SPR as my Mom couldn't afford to take care of me and she wanted to make sure that I found a loving home that could take care of me forever. I'm a really good girl, I'm crate trained, very loving and with lots of loving care my hair loss is coming back. You see my Mom couldn't afford flea preventative and I have allergies to fleas but the vet says my hair is coming back and will take a few months to be completely back. My foster Mom says that I'm house trained but she has never left me alone loose in the house. I get along with other dogs but I really want a new Mommy and Daddy. Foster Mom says that I'm going to be cat tested soon so I'll know if I like cats or not in the near future. Do you think you can give me a forever home?Thank you for your interest in a Sandi Paws Rescue, Inc. Please visit our site at sandipaws.org for more information on our organization or to fill out an application to adopt one of our pets. You can also find volunteering information at our site as well.
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  • Collie Dog For Adoption in Atlanta, GA

    MACO

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    Breed: Collie
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Posted Breed: Collie (medium coat).
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  • Patriot - Collie Dog For Adoption

    Date listed: 01/13/2017

    Collie Dog For Adoption in Waycross, GA

    Patriot

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    rescue
    Breed: Collie
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Baby
    Location: Waycross, GA
    Posted Breed: Collie. Adoption fee includes: -Microchip (dogs only) -Age Appropriate Vaccinations -Parvo test for puppies -Spay/Neuter -Treatment for fleas, ticks, and intestinal parasites -Heartworm test if old enough. Prevention if negative.
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  • Trucker - Collie Dog For Adoption

    Date listed: 01/13/2017

    Collie Dog For Adoption in Waycross, GA

    Trucker

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    Breed: Collie
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: Waycross, GA
    Posted Breed: Collie. I was abandoned and left in an OHS staff members vehicle while it was parked in the parking lot of the shelter. I look a little rough right now as I have been beaten up by other dogs. I am very much a lover not a hater. My wounds are healing nicely. Gentle. Timid. Calm. Looking for an emotionally secure, mutually satisfying, low maintenance relationship? I am all you need. Let me sit at your feet, walk by your side, and I'll be your devoted companion forever.Adoption fee includes: -Microchip (dogs only) -Age Appropriate Vaccinations -Parvo test for puppies -Spay/Neuter -Treatment for fleas, ticks, and intestinal parasites -Heartworm test if old enough. Prevention if negative.
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  • Collie Dog For Adoption in Dublin, OH

    BUDDY

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    Breed: Collie
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Adult
    Location: Dublin, OH
    Posted Breed: Collie (long coat). Please contact Adoption (adoptions@almosthomeohio.org) for more information about this pet. To make the adoption process faster and easier, please visit www.almosthomeohio.org and complete our online application! BUDDY Good with kids?: Yes Good with dogs?: Yes Good with cats?: Unknown House trained?: Yes Crate trained?: Yes Age: 4 Years Breed: Collie Adoption Contribution: $250.00 Description: Buddy is very smart, happy boy with a great enthusiasm for life! He loves to play fetch, likes to learn new things, and enjoys the company of both people and other dogs. He loves to play and enjoys all kinds of toys and bones. He has a very sweet personality and knows basic obedience commands and how to sit and shake. Buddy is active and has lots of energy, so he will need to go to an active home where he has plenty of exercise and interaction and a fenced yard to play in. Buddy Buddy Buddy Buddy Buddy Buddy Buddy Sponsor Me! Want to help, but now is not the right time for you to adopt? We understand! Consider sponsoring one of our dogs through our Sponsorship Program instead. Learn more about this program, how to donate and other ways to donate. If you are interested in meeting Buddy please read our Adoption Requirements. Dont forget to visit our informative website, www.almosthomeohio.org, for valuable information and interesting features.
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  • Collie Dog For Adoption in Dublin, OH

    GABBY

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    Breed: Collie
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Young
    Location: Dublin, OH
    Posted Breed: Collie (medium coat). Please contact Adoption (adoptions@almosthomeohio.org) for more information about this pet. To make the adoption process faster and easier, please visit www.almosthomeohio.org and complete our online application! GABBY Good with kids?: No Good with dogs?: No Good with cats?: No House trained?: Yes Crate trained?: Yes Age: 2 Years Weight: 53 Pounds Breed: Collie Adoption Contribution: $250.00 Description: Gabby is a beautiful young collie girl who came to us with an unknown past. She is a very affectionate girl who loves to cuddle and just chill out with her foster family. She also really loves to play and will do best in a home where she gets plenty of walks and exercise. She gets very excited for walks! Her foster is working on teaching her leash manners and Gabby is learning quickly. She is crate trained and house trained. Gabby was very nervous and insecure when she first came to her foster home but has been doing very well! Gabby is still wary of strangers and takes a while to warm up to them so her new owner will have to understand the importance of careful introductions and be careful not put too much pressure on Gabby. Once she has gotten to know people, she does fine with them, although she does not like sudden quick movements. Because of this, we feel that Gabby would do best in a home without children. Gabby is a very special girl who is looking for an experienced owner to continue her training. We feel that she would do best as the only dog in a home and we will require a physically fenced yard for her. Sponsor Me! Want to help, but now is not the right time for you to adopt? We understand! Consider sponsoring one of our dogs through our Sponsorship Program instead. Learn more about this program, how to donate and other ways to donate. If you are interested in meeting Gabby please read our Adoption Requirements. Dont forget to visit our informative website, www.almosthomeohio.org, for valuable information and interesting features.
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  • Collie Dog For Adoption in Perry, NY

    Dallas

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    rescue
    Breed: Collie
    Sex: Male Male
    Age: Young
    Location: Perry, NY
    Posted Breed: Collie (long coat). Ready to Apply? You will want to have your veterinary and/or personal reference information handy, as well as landlord information if you are a renter, to fill out the application completely. • We will not pursue an incomplete application • Once complete, you can speed up process by contacting your vet's office and giving them permission to release information. We may dismiss the application if this is not completed. • Volunteers handle dozens of applications at a time so we do not guarantee contact with everyone. We try our best, but we are working around jobs, kids, and of course, dogs. •Adoptions generally take longer than 4 days to process but there is no set time frame. We do the best we can as a non-profit, so please be patient. www.goingtothedogsrescue.org Dallas was surrendered to a shelter by his owners because he was in need of medical care that they were not able to provide him. Our rescue immediately stepped in to rush him to emergency for having seizures. Although we cannot be sure without a really expensive MRI Scan if he truly has epilepsy or if he was just in such poor physical condition that his body was shutting down, we have been under guidance with a veterinarian to slowly wean off the seizure meds to see if he will continue to need them for life. We have lessened his dosages successfully but are continuing to go down as the weeks pass. Should he get adopted before off completely, the adopter would able to follow up with their own vet for assistance. If he does need to stay on the meds, they average about $70 every 60-90 days, but we are hopeful it will decrease a bit more. Dallas is considered high energy and would do best in a home where a dog enjoys play that can be somewhat "rough" in nature. His breed is mouthy so he likes to vocalize and nip at the other dogs while playing. He attends daycare with other dogs weekly and does well, but some dogs (like senior dogs) may not enjoy this. Dallas is crate trained and is working on manners but he does have a difficult time refraining from jumping on people still. This work would need to continue. His adoption fee will be $325 and training will be required with a professional who focuses on positive reinforcement. He is microchipped and up to date on all vaccinations. Adoption Procedures: Once we receive a complete application, we will do reference checks and set up home visits/meet and greets which can take more than a few days. We are volunteers with full time jobs and families so we ask for your patience. A few requirements of adoption are: *We currently do not adopt out of state (or more than 3 hours away) unless the dog in question has limited options and has been waiting for an extended period of time in our rescue. In most cases of puppies, we have so many applications it makes little sense to transport them out of area and use more resources up to do so. With that in mind, we have limited our out-of-state options to those who have less applicants coming in. *Your current pets MUST be spayed/neutered. This would negate our entire mission statement if we did not ensure the safety of all of our dogs and ensure that we are helping to END unnecessary euthanasia due to over breeding/overpopulation. We have made exceptions for severe medical conditions or age that would be too risky. *Dogs are individuals and have specific needs. We evaluate each of our dogs and develop adopter criteria for each one in order for adoptions to be successful — for life. These are often non-negotiable if listed on the dogs individual profile. Some requirements that may be listed are as follows: • Homeownership vs. renting • Fully-fenced yards vs. non- fenced; invisible fence is never allowed • Training with a professional force-free/positive reinforcement trainer • Cohabitation restrictions (cats, dogs, small animals, young children, etc.) • No indoor smoking (all adoptions) Frequently Asked Questions: 1. I applied to adopt a dog but we have an invisible fence not a solid fencing, can we still adopt? -unfortunately invisible fencing is not full proof fencing and does not protect your own dogs from other loose dogs entering your property. Many dogs get out of invisible fencing and then are too afraid to return back to the yard, and there are just too many concerns with their safety to put them at risk. Click on article below for more information. Why Invisible Fencing isn't a good solution 2. Do you negotiate on your adoption fees? If I want to take the dog to my own vet for spay/neuter can I get a discount on adoption fees? -Unfortunately 80% or more of our dogs cost hundreds more than we actually adopt them out for. When a dog has a major medical concern the rescue pays out of our adoption funds to get the dog the necessary help it needs to get it to an "adoptable" status. We rely heavily on donations and adoption fees to be able to care for these dogs who otherwise would have died, so we are insistant on our fees staying the same in order to continue rescuing future dogs. Without the set fee we are unable to rescue, and cannot afford basic care on dogs. Please understand that very few dogs (even ones that are free to us) are not free....our vets may provide a SMALL discount, but it still cost on average $300-400 to get a dog fully vetted. Our adoption fees are always under this, so as you see it is a loss. If you choose to use your own vet to spay/neuter, we allow that within 30 days of adoption; however we are unable to provide adoption fee discounts due to the reasons stated above. 3. Can I meet the dog before the home visit? Why Can't I take the dog home the day I meet them/fill out an application? -if you wish to meet a dog before the home visit, our suggestion is to attend an adoption event if they are going to be in attendance. The rescue has had numerous situations where people that are not serious about adoption have requested visits to see the dog and then never fill out applications, or set up home visits. We have made the decision that if you take a few moments of your time to do those steps first, it shows your commitment to the dog and we then will proceed to meeting the dogs. This cuts back on many wasted hours for our volunteers who drive all over free of charge to do these meets/home visits. The rescue must be very careful about our adoption process. Unfortunately we do see dog abusers apply, people that have no funding to care for a dog, hoarders, etc. and it is the rescues sole responsibility to ensure the safety of our dogs. We want to be sure that our dogs are going to a home that they will always be provided for and will not be returned. Because of this, we do not allow the dogs to go home upon first meet at an adoption event. We must proceed with vet references and home visits first. 4. Can we adopt more than 1 puppy from a litter? -No, here is an article explaining our position clearly : LITTERMATE SYNDROME 5. Why does it matter what type of training we use and who we take our dog to train with? -Because Training is an unregulated field, sadly many individuals who have had no formal training or keep up on updated standards and practices, this could be potentially dangerous to our dogs. Using inhumane methods such as choke chains, shock collars, prong collars, and "alpha" or "dominance" based theories are outdated, debunked methodologies that can cause physical and psychological damage to our dogs. Although you have committed to caring for your dog, if you have caused irreparable damage by using these tools and then return the dog we are responsible for this and are not willing to see this done to our dogs. Instead we are able to provide you with a list of excellent recommended trainers who not only are humane and kind, they are always continuing their education to be the best at what they do. Professionals like this are sometimes the best for even the easiest of puppies in order to create a success story for you and your family. American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior Statement American Animal Hospital Association Guidelines on Behavior Management
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  • Balou - Collie Dog For Adoption

    Date listed: 01/06/2017

    Collie Dog For Adoption in Freeport, FL

    Balou

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    rescue
    Breed: Collie
    Sex: Female Female
    Age: Adult
    Location: Freeport, FL
    Posted Breed: Collie.
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