I'm being cared for by: Texas Collie & Sheltie Rescue
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Sheila
Breed: Collie/English Shepherd Mix
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Meet Sheila. She and her puppies came to us from a San Antonio shelter back in February. Her puppies were born on February 28th and the shelter was going to put them all down that very day. We were told she was a collie mix which she is obviously not. And we are not really sure what she is. But we took her and her puppies into the rescue and they have been here ever since. She is young, somewhere around 2 or so. A very sweet girl with a beautiful shiny black coat. She is now ready to find a forever home since her puppies Christi, Maggie, Dallas, Austin, Texas and Houston are old enough to go to theirs as well. If you are interested in her please go to our website www.texascollierescue.org and fill out an application. Her puppies are posted on Adopt a Pet.com also. You can also check them out on our Facebook page. We look forward to hearing from you.
Texas Collie Rescue is made up of individuals that love the breeds with a mission to help Collies and Shetland Sheepdogs (Shelties) to be placed in the best possible permanent homes. These Collies and Shelties may be found throughout the State of Texas and surrounding states as strays or in shelters, dog pounds, humane organizations, or even homes that for some reason are no longer able to provide the best circumstances for their loved pet. When received, Collies and Shelties will be evaluated and provided with any necessary veterinary care to give them the best possible quality of life. They will be spayed or neutered, checked and treated for heartworms and other internal or external parasites, vaccinated, and micro-chipped. The Collies and Shelties will be maintained in loving foster homes to return them to health, evaluate their temperament, improve behavioral issues, and wait for that right family to provide their forever home. Potential adopters will be evaluated to determine if they have commitment to provide a loving home with proper care and concern for their new family member, as well as to determine if the family and individual Collie or Sheltie will be a good match for each other. Texas Collie Rescue will also provide educational resources to help people learn about the proper care and special needs of Collies and Shelties. Texas Collie Rescue relies on financial contributors, fund-raising efforts and for volunteers to provide foster homes, transportation assistance, and activities involved in support of its goals.
Come Meet Our Pets...
All our dogs are in foster homes and can be seen after the adoption application, phone interview, vet reference checked, and home visit completed. Arrangements will be made between the potential adopter and foster family.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption Application, Vet reference checked, telephone interview, home visit. Final adoption agreement. Adoption Donation Fee at time of adopters acquiring the dog. $375.00 for puppies thru 12months. $350.00 over 12 months and thru 9 years. $250.00 over 10 years.
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