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2017

Rescued 13
Adopted 17

 


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We rescue every purebred collie in our area needing help, no matter how old or how sick. All donations to Southwest Collie Rescue are tax-deductible under Sect. 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code.

 

JUST ARRIVED!!!

These collies or shelties have just arrived in SWCR. Each will be vetted and fostered until SWCR knows enough about them to write a bio. That process can take a few weeks. Then they will move to the Collies Needing Homes page. So click on this link to see if the collie you last saw on this page is now ready for adoption.

 

DIO - A Farm Collie

Sex: Male
Color: Sable and White
Variety: Rough
Age: 10 months
Located In: Jemez NM
Coordinator: Arlene Starkey at arlenestarkey@q.com

A farm Collie isn’t a recognized breed by AKC. It is considered a landrace breed. SWCR has used “farm collie” in the past to indicate a dog is mostly collie, but with no AKC conformation recognition.

Dio is neutered and comes with shot records. He is loving and sweet. He was raised with two small girls, an inside cat, livestock, and other farm collies. So he will probably fit into nearly any good home.

Dio is Bear’s sibling, is neutered and comes with all shot records. Dio is very loving and sweet. He also was raised with two small girls and an inside cat. He loves being with you. He'll lie at your feet if you're relaxing or he's ready to hit the road if you are. He's flexible! His former family has taken him to the groomer before and they said he did great. He's been taken out on walks a lot and rides in the car very nicely.

Dio is not officially a SWCR dog yet, but if you are interested in adopting him, SWCR can get him into our program quickly so we can help you with his adoption. For more information about Dio, contact Arlene Starkey at arlenestarkey@q.com

   

BEAR - A Farm Collie

Sex: Male
Color: Bi-Black
Variety: Rough
Age: 10 months
Located In: Jemez NM
Coordinator: Arlene Starkey at arlenestarkey@q.com

A farm Collie isn’t a recognized breed by AKC. It is considered a landrace breed. SWCR has used “farm collie” in the past to indicate a dog is mostly collie, but with no AKC conformation recognition.

Bear is neutered and comes with shot records. He is loving and sweet. He was raised with two small girls, an inside cat, livestock, and other farm collies. So he will probably fit into nearly any good home.

He is a cuddle bug and enjoys doing whatever it is that you want to do. He rides in the car very nicely, is housebroken and crate trained. He likes to walk and do what the family is doing. As the youngster he is, when taken to the groomer, he does NOT enjoy being brushed by strangers. Perhaps his new forever family can help him with daily grooming until he gets accustomend to the idea that it is an OK activitity.

Bear is not officially a SWCR dog yet, but if you are interested in adopting him, SWCR can get him into our program quickly so we can help you with his adoption. For more information about Bear, contact Arlene Starkey at arlenestarkey@q.com

   

 

 

 

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SOUTHWEST COLLIE RESCUE, CONTACT arlenestarkey@q.com

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Looking for a sheltie? Try our Shelties Needing Homes page to find SWCR and Arizona Sheltie Rescue shelties needing adoption!!!
 
 
Our Spring 2017 SWCR Newsletter is now online on our website. You can view it or download it, as you choose. Please go to SWCR Newsletter.
 
 
The Arizona Collie Clan, Est: 1948, is the oldest collie club in the state of Arizona and has a long history behind it. We invite fellow collie enthusiasts to contact us. We offer education, fun group events and help to old and new collie owners alike. We welcome new members to join our fellowship in honor of a special breed of dog “the collie”

Contact: Wendy Lamp, (Vice President of the Arizona Collie Clan.) (Home: 480-899-8978) (Cell:480-231-8720) Reflexioncollies@cox.net.
 
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