Meet "Tony" from
Houston Collie Rescue
My name is Tony, and I'm 7 years-old rough boy. My long coat got shaved, but it's growing back now. My owner had to go into something called a nursing home, so I ended up with some nice people at HCR. Right now I'm “between homes” and am boarding. It's not so bad, but I'm wishing for a place of my own, or at least a foster home until I find a “permanent situation.” I have so much going for me, I'm sure my wish will come true soon! I'm neutered, heartworm negative, and up-to-date on vaccinations. Oh yeah, my teeth have been cleaned – trying to show them off in the picture here. I'm very intelligent and know Sit, Down, Stay, Heel, and Hold (as in no jumping into or out of the car until I'm told and no bolting through doors and gates). In spite of my near perfection, I admit to a few very tiny flaws. I have a lot to say when I'm outdoors but settle down when I come inside. They tell me I'm also just a wee bit stubborn but take stuff seriously if I know a person really means business. My last little fault is that I weigh
82 lbs. – too many dog treats – I guess? Weight Watchers, anyone?!
For more information on Tony, please contact
Barb Lewis or Vickey Willard at firstname.lastname@example.org
Houston Collie Rescue Website
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