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Rescue Me ID: 17-09-18-00178Lucy (female)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Senior

Compatibility: Not Good with Cats, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Low Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current, Obese 

    Lucy's caregiver is now in a nursing home; she can't go with her. Lucy is overweight mainly because her caregiver was sedentary, so Lucy didn't get much exercise. She is also on thyroid medications and cosequin. She has difficulty walking and we don't know if that's from being overweight or if she's arthritic. Lucy prefers the company of adults. She was with a couple of other dogs over the years, but would need to be socialized again with other dogs as it's been over a year since she's had others around her. She's generally a sweet dog once she's adjusted to new surroundings and makes a great guard dog.

 Adoption Fee: $25.00 Animal Location:

Teller County Cripple Creek, CO 80813 MAP IT!

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Anita BraUN 7196488795

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Rescue Me ID: 17-09-14-00363  (male)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Very High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Needs to be Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Need to him a good home single mom and work at night don't have the space or time for him anymore he's a collie and Blue Heeler mix

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El Paso County Colorado Springs, CO MAP IT!

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Pamela Humphrey 7192327994

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Animal ID: 082617-14Randy (male)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Young Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Please read! If you are interested in me, please visit my site, www.breederadoptions.org, read the Policies and Procedures and the FAQs page, complete the application, and my rescuers will contact you promptly. Thank you. Hi! My name is Randy and I am an adorable Border Collie/Heeler who was born 5/24/17 and I weigh 17 pounds. I just can't wait for my furever home where I can be the wonderful, smart puppy I know I am. I would love to live on a ranch or at the very least a home where I will get lots of exercise. A young, active family would be just right for me. If you have the perfect home for me, please ask for me on your application. ... (Read More)Love, Randy 082617-14 (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $375.00 Animal Location:

Breeder Release Adoption Service
18500 C.R. 47.7
Las Animas County Bon Carbo, CO 81024 MAP IT!

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719-845-0120

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Rescue Me ID: 17-08-30-00514Zorro (male)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Young Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Zorro is a 3(ish) month old Boxer/Shepherd(maybe collie?) mix. Zorro and his siblings were dumped at a rural shelter in New Mexico. The shelter director loved these babies so much and could not see them be euthanized, so she took them home and reached out to our rescue. Of course we couldn't say no to these happy, sweet faces!!! They deserve a shot at life just like all other pups! Zorro and his siblings are as sweet as can be. They LOVE to run around the back yard with each other and rough house. They always have the biggest smiles are their face. When their foster mom goes to greet them they swarm her with puppy kisses and burry her ... (Read More)under their little wiggly bodies. We would love to see all these babies go to homes with families who have lots of time to spend with them and unlimited love to get. They would be great adventure buddies, running buddies, or fetch dogs! They would do great with another dog, but that is not required as long as they get attention and stimulation. If you are interested in adopting Zorro or one of his littermates, please email us for an application at brighterdaysdogrescue@gmail.com (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $395.00 Animal Location:

Boulder County Boulder, CO MAP IT!

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Becca Lee

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Rescue Me ID: 17-08-16-00371Domino (male)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Young Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Domino is 5 months (ish) old, about 9lb, terrier/border collie? We believe he will be about 20lbs when full grown (give or take 5lbs) Domino, his sister, and his mom were all dumped at a rural shelter in TX. They had no hope of making it out alive, unless a rescue spoke up for them. One of our wonderful rescue partners was able to get them from the shelter and transport them to CO. They are now in CO and ready to find their forever homes. Domino is a sweet, loving little man. He loves to explore once he feels safe enough. He loves to rough house with his sister, and more than anything, he loves to snuggle. Domino is such a ... (Read More)loving and sweet pup, not to mention how adorable he is! Domino gets along well with other dogs, and all people. Domino is 90% potty trained already, sits for food, and knows how to play fetch. He is SO smart! He is a wonderful little dog and just needs the perfect family. We would love for him to go to a family who has lots of time to spend and train a puppy, and a family who loves snuggles and to get out for exercise daily. Ideally he would have a brother or sister to play with, but it is not required if the perfect family comes along. If you are interested in adopting sweet Domino, please email us for an application at brighterdaysdogrescue@gmail.com (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $395 Animal Location:

Boulder County Boulder, CO MAP IT!

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Becca Lee

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Rescue Me ID: 17-08-14-00024Rowdy (male)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Rowdy, Lab mix, 1 1/2 yrs, 50 lbs. Rowdy is a super great dog, considering what he's been through. He is shy at first, especially with men, but once he gets to know you he is friendly, active and playful. He was abandoned in the country and rescued by a good samaritan. He then developed happy tail, and went through two surgeries, which didn't work. The good samaritan was out of options for him so she gave him to us. He has gone through a third surgery which was a success. He is doing great and ready for his forever home. Good with other dogs. Call Cindy 970-353-1385

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Homeward Bound Rescue
Weld County Greeley, CO MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-08-08-00365Falcor (male)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Remember The Neverending Story? I'm Falcor! Ok, fine, not that falcor, but I sure do look a little like him! I'm a 2 year old Border Collie/Terrier mix all the way from Texas, which means I'm looking for a forever home that likes to party....outside! I'll have lots of energy and will be a great running/hiking partner! I'm about 50 lbs, so that means I'll fit nicely in the back seat of the car for mountain adventures! The rescue lady says I'm a real sweet guy, but I can't really be around kitties or small doggies. I chase kitties and play a little too rough for little dogs. I'm already neutered and ready to start my own Neverending Story ... (Read More)with my very own forever family. Could that be you? If so, email sunshinecanyondr@gmail.com. (Less)

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Sunshine Canyon Dog Rescue
Boulder County Boulder, CO MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-08-07-00261Zuma (female)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Submissive 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Zuma is a very cool, fun, affectionate, smart puppy. She has been through dog training and loves to learn new tricks and skills. She is wonderful with kids and dogs and is very curious about our cat, though hasn't bonded with her. She needs attention and work. That is what we have not been able to provide as we are away from the home a lot.

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Mesa County Grand junction, CO 81501 MAP IT!

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Nicole Fitzgerald 9702618631

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Rescue Me ID: 17-07-25-00387Butch & Sundance (male)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Vaccinations Current 

    Circumstances, specifically travel, have created a situation where I really need to put two (2) male, almost 4-year old, %BE Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler)/ %BC Border Collie mix dogs up for adoption. They are full brothers from the same litter and are named 'Butch' and 'Sundance'. Sundance has been neutered. Butch, who is unbelievably mellow, has not. The reason I acquired two brothers from the same litter was so that if I didn't have time to play with them, they could entertain each other. And they do! Unfortunately I just can't take care of them if I'm traveling for extended periods of time. The two dogs are virtually ... (Read More)identical in appearance except that Sundance has a prominent white blaze on his forehead while Butch's blaze is very muted, almost just a thin white line. Because they are brothers and have always been together, it would be nice if they could be kept together if at all possible. They are definitely not any trouble (low maintenance) for someone, if kept together. They are outside dogs for the most part and thrive outside unless it gets exceptionally cold. My problem is I will just not be home for longer periods and I can't take care of feeding and watering them. They do have to be separated when feeding them because Butch tends to 'vacuum' his food up while Sundance tends to sniff the aroma and savor the taste. So when Butch comes around for the food left in Sundance's bowl'|you get a bit of growling and snapping over 'who's bowl this is'. They are both in excellent physical condition weighing about 37 lbs each with absolutely no health problems. Both are energetic and love to play (or work). They are both very friendly and you have to be stern with them to control their enthusiasm. But a cross look, and a firm 'No', is enough for them to understand they need to 'tone it down'. They just want to play and they play enthusiastically. They wouldn't work for a family with babies or toddlers because they can get a bit rambunctious. But if you have teenagers or pre-teen kids who want to go out and play catch with these dogs, the kids will get bored and tired a lot sooner than these dogs. If you have kids over 10 who want to get involved in agility and other kinds of performance dog shows, these two are athletic herding 'nuts'. I have no idea how they will react to other dogs. They have always been by themselves on a small ranch in New Mexico, and then in my backyard in Colorado. They are not destructive and haven't dug up any plants or anything in the garden. They do chase squirrels and cats, and both have decided to stay out of my yard. If you are going to take them out for a walk, I suggest you keep them leashed until you get a feel for their behavior with other dogs and to keep them from taking off after a squirrel'|or probably a rabbit, or anything else that looks like it needs to be herded. I've actually seen them attempt to herd a tumbleweed on the ranch back in New Mexico so if you need 'working herding dogs', these two are instinctive herders and both parents (sire - full blooded Blue Heeler; dam - %BD Blue Heeler %BD Border Collie) were used to work cattle in northern New Mexico. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $25 each Animal Location:

Larimer County Loveland, CO MAP IT!

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John Tissler 5053501154

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Rescue Me ID: 17-07-25-00384Butch & Sundance (male)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Vaccinations Current 

    Circumstances, specifically travel, have created a situation where I really need to put two (2) male, almost 4-year old, %BE Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler)/ %BC Border Collie mix dogs up for adoption. They are full brothers from the same litter and are named 'Butch' and 'Sundance'. Sundance has been neutered. Butch, who is unbelievably mellow, has not. The reason I acquired two brothers from the same litter was so that if I didn't have time to play with them, they could entertain each other. And they do! Unfortunately I just can't take care of them if I'm traveling for extended periods of time. The two dogs are virtually ... (Read More)identical in appearance except that Sundance has a prominent white blaze on his forehead while Butch's blaze is very muted, almost just a thin white line. Because they are brothers and have always been together, it would be nice if they could be kept together if at all possible. They are definitely not any trouble (low maintenance) for someone, if kept together. They are outside dogs for the most part and thrive outside unless it gets exceptionally cold. My problem is I will just not be home for longer periods and I can't take care of feeding and watering them. They do have to be separated when feeding them because Butch tends to 'vacuum' his food up while Sundance tends to sniff the aroma and savor the taste. So when Butch comes around for the food left in Sundance's bowl'|you get a bit of growling and snapping over 'who's bowl this is'. They are both in excellent physical condition weighing about 37 lbs each with absolutely no health problems. Both are energetic and love to play (or work). They are both very friendly and you have to be stern with them to control their enthusiasm. But a cross look, and a firm 'No', is enough for them to understand they need to 'tone it down'. They just want to play and they play enthusiastically. They wouldn't work for a family with babies or toddlers because they can get a bit rambunctious. But if you have teenagers or pre-teen kids who want to go out and play catch with these dogs, the kids will get bored and tired a lot sooner than these dogs. If you have kids over 10 who want to get involved in agility and other kinds of performance dog shows, these two are athletic herding 'nuts'. I have no idea how they will react to other dogs. They have always been by themselves on a small ranch in New Mexico, and then in my backyard in Colorado. They are not destructive and haven't dug up any plants or anything in the garden. They do chase squirrels and cats, and both have decided to stay out of my yard. If you are going to take them out for a walk, I suggest you keep them leashed until you get a feel for their behavior with other dogs and to keep them from taking off after a squirrel'|or probably a rabbit, or anything else that looks like it needs to be herded. I've actually seen them attempt to herd a tumbleweed on the ranch back in New Mexico so if you need 'working herding dogs', these two are instinctive herders and both parents (sire - full blooded Blue Heeler; dam - %BD Blue Heeler %BD Border Collie) were used to work cattle in northern New Mexico. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $25 each Animal Location:

Larimer County Loveland, CO MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-07-25-00380Butch & Sundance (male)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Vaccinations Current 

    Circumstances, specifically travel, have created a situation where I really need to put two (2) male, almost 4-year old, %BE Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler)/ %BC Border Collie mix dogs up for adoption. They are full brothers from the same litter and are named 'Butch' and 'Sundance'. Sundance has been neutered. Butch, who is unbelievably mellow, has not. The reason I acquired two brothers from the same litter was so that if I didn't have time to play with them, they could entertain each other. And they do! Unfortunately I just can't take care of them if I'm traveling for extended periods of time. The two dogs are virtually ... (Read More)identical in appearance except that Sundance has a prominent white blaze on his forehead while Butch's blaze is very muted, almost just a thin white line. Because they are brothers and have always been together, it would be nice if they could be kept together if at all possible. They are definitely not any trouble (low maintenance) for someone, if kept together. They are outside dogs for the most part and thrive outside unless it gets exceptionally cold. My problem is I will just not be home for longer periods and I can't take care of feeding and watering them. They do have to be separated when feeding them because Butch tends to 'vacuum' his food up while Sundance tends to sniff the aroma and savor the taste. So when Butch comes around for the food left in Sundance's bowl'|you get a bit of growling and snapping over 'who's bowl this is'. They are both in excellent physical condition weighing about 37 lbs each with absolutely no health problems. Both are energetic and love to play (or work). They are both very friendly and you have to be stern with them to control their enthusiasm. But a cross look, and a firm 'No', is enough for them to understand they need to 'tone it down'. They just want to play and they play enthusiastically. They wouldn't work for a family with babies or toddlers because they can get a bit rambunctious. But if you have teenagers or pre-teen kids who want to go out and play catch with these dogs, the kids will get bored and tired a lot sooner than these dogs. If you have kids over 10 who want to get involved in agility and other kinds of performance dog shows, these two are athletic herding 'nuts'. I have no idea how they will react to other dogs. They have always been by themselves on a small ranch in New Mexico, and then in my backyard in Colorado. They are not destructive and haven't dug up any plants or anything in the garden. They do chase squirrels and cats, and both have decided to stay out of my yard. If you are going to take them out for a walk, I suggest you keep them leashed until you get a feel for their behavior with other dogs and to keep them from taking off after a squirrel'|or probably a rabbit, or anything else that looks like it needs to be herded. I've actually seen them attempt to herd a tumbleweed on the ranch back in New Mexico so if you need 'working herding dogs', these two are instinctive herders and both parents (sire - full blooded Blue Heeler; dam - %BD Blue Heeler %BD Border Collie) were used to work cattle in northern New Mexico. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $25 each Animal Location:

Larimer County Loveland, CO MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-07-25-00378Butch & Sundance (male)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Vaccinations Current 

    Circumstances, specifically travel, have created a situation where I really need to put two (2) male, almost 4-year old, %BE Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler)/ %BC Border Collie mix dogs up for adoption. They are full brothers from the same litter and are named 'Butch' and 'Sundance'. Sundance has been neutered. Butch, who is unbelievably mellow, has not. The reason I acquired two brothers from the same litter was so that if I didn't have time to play with them, they could entertain each other. And they do! Unfortunately I just can't take care of them if I'm traveling for extended periods of time. The two dogs are virtually ... (Read More)identical in appearance except that Sundance has a prominent white blaze on his forehead while Butch's blaze is very muted, almost just a thin white line. Because they are brothers and have always been together, it would be nice if they could be kept together if at all possible. They are definitely not any trouble (low maintenance) for someone, if kept together. They are outside dogs for the most part and thrive outside unless it gets exceptionally cold. My problem is I will just not be home for longer periods and I can't take care of feeding and watering them. They do have to be separated when feeding them because Butch tends to 'vacuum' his food up while Sundance tends to sniff the aroma and savor the taste. So when Butch comes around for the food left in Sundance's bowl'|you get a bit of growling and snapping over 'who's bowl this is'. They are both in excellent physical condition weighing about 37 lbs each with absolutely no health problems. Both are energetic and love to play (or work). They are both very friendly and you have to be stern with them to control their enthusiasm. But a cross look, and a firm 'No', is enough for them to understand they need to 'tone it down'. They just want to play and they play enthusiastically. They wouldn't work for a family with babies or toddlers because they can get a bit rambunctious. But if you have teenagers or pre-teen kids who want to go out and play catch with these dogs, the kids will get bored and tired a lot sooner than these dogs. If you have kids over 10 who want to get involved in agility and other kinds of performance dog shows, these two are athletic herding 'nuts'. I have no idea how they will react to other dogs. They have always been by themselves on a small ranch in New Mexico, and then in my backyard in Colorado. They are not destructive and haven't dug up any plants or anything in the garden. They do chase squirrels and cats, and both have decided to stay out of my yard. If you are going to take them out for a walk, I suggest you keep them leashed until you get a feel for their behavior with other dogs and to keep them from taking off after a squirrel'|or probably a rabbit, or anything else that looks like it needs to be herded. I've actually seen them attempt to herd a tumbleweed on the ranch back in New Mexico so if you need 'working herding dogs', these two are instinctive herders and both parents (sire - full blooded Blue Heeler; dam - %BD Blue Heeler %BD Border Collie) were used to work cattle in northern New Mexico. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $25 each Animal Location:

Larimer County Loveland, CO MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-07-25-00370Butch & Sundance (male)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy 
Health: Vaccinations Current 

    Circumstances, specifically travel, have created a situation where I really need to put two (2) male, almost 4-year old, %BE Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler)/ %BC Border Collie mix dogs up for adoption. They are full brothers from the same litter and are named 'Butch' and 'Sundance'. Sundance has been neutered. Butch, who is unbelievably mellow, has not. The reason I acquired two brothers from the same litter was so that if I didn't have time to play with them, they could entertain each other. And they do! Unfortunately I just can't take care of them if I'm traveling for extended periods of time. The two dogs are virtually ... (Read More)identical in appearance except that Sundance has a prominent white blaze on his forehead while Butch's blaze is very muted, almost just a thin white line. Because they are brothers and have always been together, it would be nice if they could be kept together if at all possible. They are definitely not any trouble (low maintenance) for someone, if kept together. They are outside dogs for the most part and thrive outside unless it gets exceptionally cold. My problem is I will just not be home for longer periods and I can't take care of feeding and watering them. They do have to be separated when feeding them because Butch tends to 'vacuum' his food up while Sundance tends to sniff the aroma and savor the taste. So when Butch comes around for the food left in Sundance's bowl'|you get a bit of growling and snapping over 'who's bowl this is'. They are both in excellent physical condition weighing about 37 lbs each with absolutely no health problems. Both are energetic and love to play (or work). They are both very friendly and you have to be stern with them to control their enthusiasm. But a cross look, and a firm 'No', is enough for them to understand they need to 'tone it down'. They just want to play and they play enthusiastically. They wouldn't work for a family with babies or toddlers because they can get a bit rambunctious. But if you have teenagers or pre-teen kids who want to go out and play catch with these dogs, the kids will get bored and tired a lot sooner than these dogs. If you have kids over 10 who want to get involved in agility and other kinds of performance dog shows, these two are athletic herding 'nuts'. I have no idea how they will react to other dogs. They have always been by themselves on a small ranch in New Mexico, and then in my backyard in Colorado. They are not destructive and haven't dug up any plants or anything in the garden. They do chase squirrels and cats, and both have decided to stay out of my yard. If you are going to take them out for a walk, I suggest you keep them leashed until you get a feel for their behavior with other dogs and to keep them from taking off after a squirrel'|or probably a rabbit, or anything else that looks like it needs to be herded. I've actually seen them attempt to herd a tumbleweed on the ranch back in New Mexico so if you need 'working herding dogs', these two are instinctive herders and both parents (sire - full blooded Blue Heeler; dam - %BD Blue Heeler %BD Border Collie) were used to work cattle in northern New Mexico. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $25 each Animal Location:

Larimer County Loveland, CO MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-06-29-00380Pogo (female)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    I am a very sweet girl who is looking for a home that can help me become more confident in the world and learn to trust. With a little patience, I will be your best friend. I am a smart girl and love to learn new things. I am an energetic you gal so I need regular exercise and activity!

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All Breed Rescue & Training
20 Mount View Lane Ste C
El Paso County Colorado Springs, CO 80907 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 16-10-31-00202Buddy (male)

Border Collie    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Female Dogs Only, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Buddy came to the rescue as stray. He is a sweet, gentle and friendly boy that needs a second chance with a forever family. He would love some land and a job to make him happy.

 Adoption Fee: 50 Animal Location:

Fureverdogdenver.com
Weld County Ft. Lupton, CO MAP IT!

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720 588-6809

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Border Collie in Colorado
    Border Collie Dogs can make good pets in Colorado if they match your IifestyIe. Border Collies are extremely intelligent, faithful dogs who live to please their masters. Border Collies need lots of attention and praise. They respond to high level obedience training and make excellent Frisbee dogs and farm workers. Border Collies do well in large yards or with acreage and they need a job to do. If a Border Collie becomes bored, he will find his own job to do and it may not be the owner's idea of work. Border Collies do well with older children and other dogs, and some Border Collies can coexist with cats. However, it depends on the dog, and generally Border Collies should not be trusted with non-canine pets.

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    Border Collies stare down cows and are sometimes said to hypnotize them. Border Collies are considered by some to be the most intelligent breed of dog. Border Collies are used by police for narcotics and bomb detection as well as search and rescue work.

Related pages:

Border Collie Rescue

Colorado Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

Arapahoe County - Byers, CO 80103
Every Creature Counts 720-422-5582

Denver County - Denver 80204
MaxFund Animal Adoption Center 303-595-3561

Denver County - Denver, CO 80204
MaxFund Animal Adoption Clinic 303-595-0532

Denver County - Denver 80223
Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital 303-722-5800

Boulder County - Boulder 80301
Humane Society of Boulder Valley 303-442-4030

Boulder County - Boulder, Colorado 80302
Humane Society of Boulder Valley 303-443-8102

Larimer County - Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Larimer Humane Society 970-226-3647

El Paso County - Colorado Springs, Colorado 80909
Hamlett Spay & Neuter Clinic 719-475-1800

El Paso County - Colorado Springs, Colorado 80962
Dreampower Animal Rescue Foundation 719-390-7838

Archuleta County - Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Humane Society of Pagosa Springs 970-731-4771

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