My name is Champ, and I'm a four year old sable merle boy. My folks took me to the animal shelter because they had too many dogs. My coat was totally orange from mud. My other dog friends and I lived in a dog lot, and our people didn’t pay much attention to us. This good life is new to me here at rescue, but I am starting to believe it is really happening. I’m a good guy with the housetraining, cats, children and the other dogs. It is people I am not sure about because I have never known their love.
I need someone who would like to work with me on learning to accept human companionship. I have come a long way here in rescue, and I'm ready for the next step to my new life.
Collie Rescue of the Carolinas
Contact: Jean Smith, 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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