My name is Marlie. My people took me to the shelter after having many litters of puppies for them. They told the shelter that I am eleven years old. The rescue folks say I sure am spunky for a senior. When I first came to rescue I only wanted to stay in a dog run because that is all I have ever known. A ten by ten area is where I have lived for eleven years. Now I have learned to enjoy walking around the yard and coming in the house where it is cool. CRC would like to find me a permanent foster home. This means rescue would pay for my medical needs, within reason, and all you have to do is love me like I will live forever. Seniors are a lot like puppies without all the bad habits.
Collie Rescue of the Carolinas
Collie Rescue of the Carolinas Website: www.collierescue.net
Contact Jean Smith, Rescue Director
Many avenues are available to assist collie rescue organizations near you or nationally through the Collie Rescue Foundation. Of course, monetary donations are always needed and appreciated to help pay for spay/neuter, worming, heartworm treatment and preventative, vaccinations, surgeries, and food. There are, however, many ways to assist rescue such as donating supplies, offering to foster, helping to transport, as well as offering services and expertise.
Collie Rescue Foundation
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