Rocky Mountain Collie and Sheltie Rescue | Just another WordPress site
Title: Rocky Mountain Collie and Sheltie Rescue | Just another WordPress site
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Rocky Mountain Collie and Sheltie Rescue | Just another WordPress site Menu Home About Us Our Dogs Available for Adoption Typical Health Concerns Adopting a Senior Dog Puppy Mill Survivor Tips How to Adopt Policies and Guidelines Starting the Process Adoption Application Example Contract How To Help Financial Donations Sponsor A Foster Dog Fostering Foster Home Application Volunteer Opportunities Volunteer Application Contact Us More Stories, News, and Events Resources Adopted Class of 2015 Privacy Policy I Found ME When I Was Rescued By My Dogs! Every Dog DESERVES A Home Not Every Home DESERVES A Dog Rescued Dogs make people BETTER Dogs have a way of finding the people who need them... Filling an emptiness we don't even know we have! Click Below to Help Our Adoptable Dogs Collies The Collie is a devoted family dog, especially with children. Although they require daily walks, they can also be couch potatoes. Despite the Rough Collie’s immense coat, they only need to be brushed about once a week, although the need for brushing may increase in shedding season. Collies are also a very clean breed and are noted for not having a doggie odor. Trooper Read Bio Jack (Medical Hold) Read Bio Trooper This young Collie just flew in from Kansas! Read Bio Jack (Medical Hold) Jack is a six year old male Collie, who is a gentle giant. He loves everyone he meets! Read Bio Shelties Shelties love their families, but may be reserved at first with strangers. As a herding dog, they can be inclined to bark at and herd people. Shelties thrive on the farm but adapt to many living situations if given proper exercise. The breed’s dense double coat requires regular maintenance. Boss Read Bio Ginny Read Bio Tess (Medical Hold) Read Bio Boss Boss is a lovely younger male Sheltie who has a weight problem Read Bio Ginny Ginny is a lovely 8 year old Sheltie looking for a caring family who understands some pups need a little extra loving. Read Bio Tess (Medical Hold) Tess is our newest Sheltie. She came to us by way of Kansas, where we believe she was part of a puppy mill. With out help, she is on her way to a new, wonderful life! Read Bio Little Interlopers Little Interlopers include dogs that’ve come into our system through various contacts, usually RMCSR volunteers. Although not full Collies or Shelties, they’re adorable and will be cared for until we find their forever home. Other Possible Adoptees Although the collies and shelties displayed above are the only ones currently available for adoption, we also have a variety of others that aren’t quite ready for placement. These include special needs babies that take a bit more work to get them ready for forever homes, new arrivals that we just don’t have enough contact and history with to place, as well as the occasional interloper that lands in our laps for adoption and can’t be disguised as a collie or a sheltie. Please use the links below to check out any other babies we are working with that may be a good fit for your home. We’re confident they have a home with someone who finds there way to these treasures… Special Needs Not Yet Available DONATE Rescuing dogs… it’s what we do and when we do, we make a lifelong commitment to care for them, no matter what. Your generous donation will help us keep our promise to our rescued dogs. You can become a monthly dog sponsor or make a one time or recurring donation. All donations are so very much appreciated. Please click below for more information and to donate today! Click for Sponsor Information Click for Donation Information ADOPT After Rescue, Adoption into forever homes is our never ending focus and goal. All dogs deserve to have a loving and caring forever home. We venture far and wide to find the best homes and families for our dogs. Are you looking for your forever dog? We have Collies and Shelties living with foster families right now waiting for their forever families to come for them. Click for Our Adoptable Dogs Click for Steps to Adoption GET INVOLVED It’s simple. Fosters save lives. In 2014 we saved 94 beautiful, at risk Collies and Shelties who are now cherished family members, thanks to fosters. Volunteers are the heart of our organization and a key reason why we’re able to care for so many collies and shelties throughout the year. From foster families to dog walkers, transporters and more… we need you! Click for Foster Information Click for Volunteer Information Not able to adopt right now? Check out our NEW sponsorship program for our foster dogs. Menu Navigation Home Available for Adoption How to Adopt How You Can Help Sponsor A Foster Dog Fostering Contact Us Most Recent Blog Posts RMCSR – December 2015 Newsletter December 7, 2015 Colorado Gives Day is December 8! November 26, 2015 Get well Pinky! November 14, 2015 Loving Memorial for Sassy October 8, 2015 Sassafrass, aka Sassy, gone to eternal home… October 2, 2015 Upcoming Events Click Here for Upcoming Events ? Copyright Rocky Mountain Collie and Sheltie Rescue Whois