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Rescue Me ID: 18-03-30-00298Nola (female)

Border Collie Mix    Age: Young Adult


    Nola is a 1 - 1 1/2 year old Lab Mix. Nola has recently have 8 puppies who are also listed for adoption. She will be ready for adoption in the middle of April. Nola is a very sweet dog great with other dogs, kids and cats. She will be spayed and vaccinated before adoption.

     Animal Location:

Rescue Charlie's Friends
Sagadahoc County woolwich, ME 04579 MAP IT!

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Janine Hague - Rescue Charlie's Friends - rescuecharliesfriends@gmail.com - 207-607-9417

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Rescue Me ID: 18-02-23-00159EMILY (female)

Border Collie    Age: Puppy

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

    EMILY was saved from a high kill shelter in Texas, where dogs generally have just 3 days to be saved before they are killed for space. EMILY is spayed, core vaccines, rabies, de-wormed, heartworm tested negative and micro-chipped. She has an estimated date of birth of 7 February 2016 and at the time of rescue in February 2018 weighed around 34 pounds. Emily has been listed as a Border Collie, however, we are not able to say for sure what breed she is, it is up to you to look at her pictures and decide what you think she looks like. When working with the shelter they told me that Emily was extremely fearful, but has shown no aggression, so ... (Read More)we took this beauty on to give her a chance. At the rescue she has been extremely scared but working with her in her kennel she did start to gain trust taking treats from the dog bed that I set down close by to me. She did take a few treats from my hand but was very nervous in doing so. After a few days I put her in with WRIGHT another scared pup and the two instantly started to play. She is still very nervous with people, but had started to relax a little more. After a week or so I brought Emily (and Wright) over to the house and she has been fine. She took a few days to get comfortable and walk around with the other dogs and still will play with Wright, when he is not playing with the other dogs. She is extremely smart and watches everything I do. She has either been badly abused or just never had any kind of interaction with humans. She will walk around the house exploring, but is conscious of where I am and what I am doing. If I go up to her with a treat she will shy away or run off, but after a little while will come back to see what it is and will gingerly take it from my hand. She will walk on the leash and does use the dog door to go outside to do her business or go out to explore. We do not have cats or livestock at the rescue so are unable to comment how she would be near or around them. Emily is going to need a very special family who understands that this precious girl has had some significant trauma. She needs to be with a family that will let her come around and build trust in her own time and understand that could take a few weeks or it could take months or even years. It is not something that can be predicted and not something that should be forced upon her. She is very gentle sweet girl, with so much potential and when she plays with Wright it is truly heart melting to see her enjoying life. A family with another dog would help her adapt a lot quicker. 'We do not recommend dog parks for several weeks, if not months, it is so very important for families and dogs to form a strong bond and get to know each other before exposing them to the potential dangers of dog parks. Although all GaDaH dogs are very well socialized with other dogs, lots of other dogs have not had the benefit of this socialization and do not always know how to play and act with other dogs. You also do not know the control the other families have over their dogs and you should always have a good recall for your adopted dog before going to dog parks. EMILY is available for adoption from Give a Dog a Home, German Shepherd Dog Rescue for an adoption fee of $550. This fee is not negotiable and is used to cover the rescue costs of pulling, vetting, health certificate, transport from Texas to Maine, monthly preventatives, supplements, food and anything else that is needed. If you feel that you have the heart and home to give this precious soul a wonderful life, please go to our website, under the APPLICATION tab, complete, then submit the APPLICATION. Our process takes around 2-4 days, and ensuring your references are aware that we will be calling, could speed up the process. Once you have been approved, we discuss any questions in regards to the dog you are wanting to adopt, then you complete and submit the contract, make payment and then we can work out the pick up / transport arrangements. Please do NOT submit an application if you are not looking to take home a new best friend within the next few weeks. http://www.giveadogahome-sanantonio.org EMILY is located at the rescue in Sebec, Maine. We post in various states along the east coast and Canada where we have had lots of successful adoptions to enable more exposure for these beautiful saved souls. Families will need to be prepared to travel to the rescue to meet and take home their new best friend. Sebec is located just outside the towns of Dover-Foxcroft and Milo (approx 8 miles) and approx 45 miles from Bangor. There are also lots of hotels, motels, pet friendly accommodations and wonderful camp-sites for the more adventurous families and what a great way to get to know your new best friend. If there are options to arrange transport, we will work with you to make it happen. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $550 Animal Location:

Give a Dog a Home, German Shepherd Dog Rescue
Piscataquis County Sebec, ME 04481 MAP IT!

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207-564-8838

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Rescue Me ID: 17-12-17-00111Morgan (female)

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: Needs to be Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Morgan Is A Very Sweet Playful Puppy Loves Kids And Adults Gets Along With Other Dogs And Cats , Will Make A Awesome New Family Member To Any Size Family . Up To Date On All Vaccines And Vetting All Vetting Records Come With Our Pups

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Angels Heart Puppy Rescue
York County Kittery, ME 03905 MAP IT!

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Connie 501-764-6342

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Rescue Me ID: 17-11-16-00332Ace (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: Needs to be Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Ace Is A Very Sweet Playful Pup,Snuggles And Hugs Loves Being Around People Is Up To Date On All Vaccines, All Vetting Records Come With The Puppy

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Angels Heart Puppy Rescue
York County Kittery, ME 03905 MAP IT!

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Connie 501-764-6342

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Border Collie in Maine
    Border Collie Dogs can make good pets in Maine 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 used as guide dogs in the Netherlands. Border Collies are considered by some to be the most intelligent breed of dog.

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Maine Animal Rescue
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York County - W Kennebunk, ME 04094
Animal Welfare Society 207-985-3244

Cumberland County - Portland, ME 04101
Friends of Feral Felines 207-797-3014

Androscoggin County - Auburn, Maine 04210
Greater Androscoggin Humane Society 207-783-2311

Oxford County - Rumford Center, Maine 04278
Maine Veterinary Association 207-364-8660

Kennebec County - Augusta, ME 04330
Kennebec Valley Humane Society/Pet Haven 207-626-3491

Penobscot County - Bangor 04401
Bangor Humane Society 207-942-8902

Hancock County - Prospect Harbor, Maine 04669
M.A.M.A. 207-422-2358

Aroostook County - Houlton, Maine 04730
Houlton Humane Society Animal Shelter 207-532-2862

Aroostook County - Mapleton, ME 04757
Aroostook Animal Welfare Group 207-227-5056

Kennebec County - Waterville 04901
Humane Society Waterville 207-873-2430

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