Hi, my name is Quinn and I am a four year old sable smooth boy that
during the first years of my life, I just didn't get much attention. My breeder, had way too many of us to care for us properly. When the great people in Arizona took me in, I was very shy. In the past year that I have been in foster care, I'm beginning to come out of my shell. I am very loyal to people I know but I am still shy of strangers and loud noises like blenders or vacuum cleaners. Despite all of this, I am quite curious about things in the backyard. I like to know what is going on. I am a gentle boy who gets along with all the other dogs here at the foster home. And I do love to play.
One of my favorite activities is what I am doing right now, lounging on my favorite chair. I am very clean inside and will use the doggy door to go outside when I need to. I am looking for a very patient owner. You will need to look beyond my shyness and know that underneath it all, I am a very happy, affectionate boy that could become your best friend with just a little time, love and gentleness. If you believe in the power of love, then you can believe in me.
Southwest Collie Rescue
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Southwest Collie Rescue website: http://www.nmcollierescue.com/
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