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View all our collies currently needing homes here.

 

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The Custom Collie Store

Click on the COLLIE to go to the Custom Collie Store.

CELEBRATE
THE
DOG DAYS OF SUMMER
WITH
FREE SHIPPING
AT THE
CUSTOM COLLIE STORE!

Between July 16 and August 15, shipping and handling will be FREE on every order, no matter how large, at SWCR's Custom Collie Store, where we've just added a sports cap to keep the sun out of your eyes.

You can't always beat the summer heat, but now you can get a hot deal on beautifully embroidered T-shirts, golf shirts, polo shirts, shopping bags, a night shirt and a new cap, all in great colors.

HOW COOL IS THAT?


 

 

2016 COLLIE/SHELTIE STATS
Rescues:
25
Adoptions:
23

 

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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.

 

Good news! Honey's tumor is shrinking!

Our beautiful collie mix girl in Phoenix visited her oncologist the other day, a month after undergoing stereotactic radiation treatments for her cancerous tumor, a soft-tissue sarcoma. Dr. Eric Boshoven told us he was "very pleased” with the shrinkage of the tumor so far.

We are thrilled by this news and extend heartfelt thanks to all those who helped fund Honey’s highly specialized and costly treatment — especially Phoenix Animal Care Coalition (PAC911), through both its emergency fund and Lulu’s Fund.

Happily, the tumor no longer causes Honey discomfort. She’s energetic, playful, and enjoying life at her foster home. We should know more by late July, when she goes back to Dr. Boshoven for her first post-radiation X-rays.

Meanwhile, here’s a video update starring our sweet girl. Watch for her to get excited when she sees people she knows at the park!

 

 

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.

 

 

LAD – A COLLIE MIX

Sex: Male
Color: Sable and White
Variety: Smooth
Age:
1 1/2
Rescued: Los Lunas NM
Fostered: Albuquerque NM
Coordinator: Arlene Starkey at arlenestarkey@q.com

   

 

JOJO

Sex: Male
Color: Sable and White
Variety: Rough
Age: 11
Rescued: Prescott AZ
Fostered: Phoenix AZ
Coordinator: Bill Ferrell at bkferrell@cox.net

   

 

LEO


Sex
: Male
Color: Sable and White
Variety: Rough
Age: 10
Rescued: Farmington NM
Fostered: Farmington NM
Coordinator: Lee More at leemore@mac.com

Leo will require expensive vetting and dental work before he is ready to be adopted. Leo was shaved by his previous owner, so he does not look like a Rough, but he is.

JOY – A COLLIE MIX

Sex: Female
Color: Sable and White
Variety: Rough
Age: 7-8 months
Rescued: Chaparral NM
Fostered: Phoenix AZ
Coordinator: Bill Ferrell at bkferrell@cox.net

 

   

LACI

Sex: Female
Color: Sable and White
Variety: Rough
Age: 11
Rescued: Yuma AZ
Fostered: Phoenix AZ
Coordinator: Bill Ferrell at bkferrell@cox.net

 

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

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