Rescuing

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Our dogs come from everywhere! Some are happy, healthy pets that come from homes that just couldn’t handle the high energy and exercise demands of a typical herding dog. Others have stories of neglect and abuse that are quite sad. Every dog has their own story. When we accept a dog, the first thing we do is a full examination with a local veterinarian. We ensure that they are spayed or neutered, and are brought to current on all of their shots. If we find the dog has physical or health concerns, we ensure those problems are addressed before we make the dog available for adoption. We want to be sure that the dog you adopt is ready and rarin’ to go from day one! For those who feel they need some special support, we also offer training assistance for adopters.

If you have a herding breed dog that isn’t working out in your home, please contact us. Our organization may be able to help you place your dog in a new home or give you the resources you need to keep your dog in your home. Unfortunately, we are unable to take dogs with a history of biting or serious aggression. We can work with you to determine if your dog is a good fit for our program when you contact us. We have a requested donation of $100 when a dog is surrendered to us to help cover the cost of caring for the dog, but if you are unable to afford the fee, please contact us and we will still do our best to assist you should you need to surrender your dog.