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|Rescue Me ID: 17-04-19-00284Max (male)|
Fee for food, harness, his favorite toys. Max is a happy, excitable, very smart, and EXTREMELY high energy. He loves playing with other pups at the dog park, keep away and wrestling are his favorite things EVER. (I've never seen him be aggressive with other dogs) Max does not like to be in a kennel for a long time, in fact it causes him to be quite stressed and that results in diarrhea. He does need to be kenneled/garaged when left alone though because he gets VERY bored and will destroy anything he can get his mouth on. Max would do best on a farm or a large fenced in yard, perhaps a playful pup to be around. Max is a super big lover and sometime quite mischievous, due to his intelligence he can be a handful and is not for an inexperienced dog owner. I am having to put him up for adoption for his own well being. I am gone for 9 hours a day and despite the morning walk and the hour at the dog park he needs more stimulation and less kennel time. He is a lovely dog and I am only doing this because he needs more than I can give him. NOTE: Max has a limp, but that does not stop him from being the fastest dog in the dog park. I was told that his leg was broken a few months prior to my adoption and had re-healed incorrectly. This does not seem to cause him any pain or slow him down. (Less)
Washington County Portland, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-04-19-00035Myko (male)|
Please contact me by email. I am not living in an area that has cell phone coverage. Myko is fairly large (75lbs) for his breed. He has been traveling a lot (loves to go for rides) and spending lots of time outdoors. Myko hikes well and is recoil leash trained though we still use a prong collar to prevent pulling. Unlike most border collies he loves the beach and water. He does not like skateboarders, scooters (kick power type) or wild donkeys (found that one out the hard way). He prefers to be indoors at night, loves to sleep on the bed but is just as happy on a cool floor and is fully house trained. He is very smart and quite a character. Loves to play with dogs of all sizes and cats (as long as the cat knows he's playing and wants to play back). He really wants a stable home and unfortunately I can no longer provide one.. (Less)
Clackamas County Molalla, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-04-18-00559Mordy (male)|
Mordy is a super sweet heeler/border collie mix. He is afraid of men but will come around after alot of time and treats. He plays well with my heeler and my doxies tried to attack him through the fence and he was a perfect gentleman about it :)
Washington County Banks, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-04-15-00101Duke (male)|
Duke is a loving and fun-loving 3 year-old who likes to herd, although he has not been trained to do so. He would do best on a working ranch, or with a family/individual with land to run and time to spend with him. His family moved into the city and can't give him enough exercise.
Lane County Eugene, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-04-02-00326Luna (female)|
Luna is a smart, sweet girl who is in need of a forever family who will be able to build up her many strengths and work with her on her challenges. She is a 1 year old border collie mix and weighs 36 pounds. She loves to be petted. She is a 'people dog' and will soak up lots of contact, affection and interaction from her family. She has a lot of energy, but also likes to relax at home. Luna learns quickly and is almost always up for a training session. She knows sit, down, stay, go to your spot, and has been working on wait and walk with me. She has a lot of potential to learn much more and would probably love the challenge of agility training or other dog sports. Luna can happily chew on a bone for hours or play with her kong. She is crate trained and she has never had an accident indoors. She is used to being fed by playing 'find it' or training, or by way of a dog toy. She loves playing fetch with a ball or frisbee. Luna is a wonderful dog indoors, but she is reactive and hyper vigilant outdoors. If she sees other people or dogs, she will bark and she does not quiet down easily. She also tends to remain focused on whatever is bothering her. It is hard to distract her or break the spell when she sees 'prey'. This is likely because Luna was under-socialized and was not exposed to many different things when she was younger. Her coping strategy is to approach and try to ferociously bark the fearful thing away from her. Her high prey drive and border collie focus makes it difficult to intervene when this happens. She has never bitten anyone. Because of Luna's behavior outside of her home, we believe she needs to be in a more rural environment with much less exposure to distressing stimulation. She also needs plenty of physical exercise. She has so much potential and will be a wonderful companion in the right type of home. She is currently taking anxiety medication, but it is unknown if she will need it while living in a different atmosphere. Luna is spayed, up to date on vaccinations and is ready to find people that she can call her own. If you are interested in adopting Luna, please fill out an application on our website www.herduneededahome.com or using the link on our Facebook page. Her adoption fee is $300. (Less)
herd U Needed A Home Canine Rescue
P.O Box 9063
Deschutes County Bend, OR 97708 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-03-22-00116Maisie (female)|
Maisie is a very very loving, loyal, smart and energetic smooth coat Border Collie. She is trained to sit, stay, down, come, and heel. She has some experience working cattle, but is not cattle trained. We are extremely saddened to have to rehome her as she has a wonderful personality. Because she is not compatible with our other dogs, we are forced to rehome her. She is an alpha female and should not live with other dogs. She would do best in a home where someone is with her almost all the time.
Columbia County St Helens, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-03-11-00210Milo (male)|
***Courtesy Listing*** Milo is a sweet adult Border Collie (mix?) that was adopted three years ago. He is estimated to be around 8 years old. Here iswhat is owners have to say about him: Since then our lives have changed a great deal, Milo is now alone for way too many hours in the day. He deserves to be with humans who have more space (a yard or a farm) and more time at home. He is the most mellow Border Collie you will ever meet. EVER. He is good with kids and other animals (except on leash he barks at dogs). He is quiet at home and likes to hang out in corners, under tables, or on the floor near you but not next to you. His knees are a little creeky but he has hiked with me well here in Oregon. He is not effusive with affection (no licking or welcome home hysterics) but he is quietly attentive and welcomes attention, scratches behind the ears and tummy (or on the backside), and loves to go on walks. He is healthy though his teeth are worn down from when he was a stray (so the vet suggests). We will miss him but he deserves more than we can give him right now. If you are interested in giving Milo his forever home, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a phone number with your inquiry. (Less)
herd U Needed A Home Canine Rescue
P.O Box 9063
Deschutes County Bend, OR 97708 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-02-13-00435Ralph (male)|
Ralph is a border collie mix. One vet put him at 5-6 years old and another at about 8-9. His foster/finder thinks he's closer to 6, but we just aren't sure. He's happy and healthy though! He's is neutered, vaccinated, and de-wormed. Here is Ralph's story: While out searching for dumped dogs in an area known for dog fighting, we stumbled upon an elderly man with two dogs. He waved us over to his car and showed us a skinny, abandoned dog he had discovered a couple weeks prior. He had been bringing his own dog out three times a day to visit this dog he named Ralph and feed him because they 'had extra food to share'. Ralph was found in the cold and rain, with only bare trees for shelter, living all alone surrounded by carcasses of dead dogs and roosters. We watched him gulp down the dog food the old man had brought for him, and we couldn't leave him there. It was freezing cold and he was skin and bones. It took about 20 minutes to coax him into the car but once we got him in he laid down in the back on a blanket and drove around with us for the next two hours. He would lift his head and wag his tail a little when we looked back to check on him. He seemed to grin, happy to be safe and warm. Since he's been with me, he's adjusted to a fluffy comforter in the laundry room. He is sensitive to yelling (when I yell at my dogs he runs off and hides). He's learning how to walk on a leash and go for walks. He's very sweet but I can tell he's a working dog and would like a daily routine of some sort. He doesn't ask for much, never a peep out of him, he's friendly with other dogs and seems to know how to approach even the dominant ones. He's sweet in that innocent kind of way. I see him on a secure farm or large yard where he can still have some freedom but relax on the porch with his family. There's something special about this guy. I know that with the right adopter, he'll be happy to show his true talents. Ralph is in foster in Southern California but ready for adoption. He can be adopted to Oregon, California, or Washington. **************Apply here: https://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/Jke0fghdOcnrSHm8 (Less)
Linn County Albany, OR MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-09-15-00597Harley (male)|
Harley is a fun loving 8 month old male Border Collie. He is fully potty trained, does good with dogs however he does try to be dominant with the males. He loves to go for walks and does great with kids and on a leash. This guy needs a new forever home!
Ani-Care Animal Shelter
Malheur County Ontario, OR MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Border Collie in Oregon|
Border Collie Dogs can make good pets in Oregon 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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