My name is Liberty!

Spaniel (Unknown Type) Mix Dog for adoption in Chantilly, Virginia - Liberty
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Collie Rescue, Inc.

Facts about Liberty

  • Breed: Spaniel (Unknown Type) Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9403798

Meet Liberty!  Isn't she a major cutie? She is a mix of various breeds, and sometimes those make the cutest pups!  Liberty is a young gal who is about 1 to 2 years old and weighs 20 pounds.

Liberty is sweet and gentle.  Everyone who meets her falls in love because she is such a cuddle bug!  Even though she is a puppy, she is not high energy and does not require a ton of exercise to wear her out.  However, she does like to run around and play each day, especially with her toys. She loves to play with other dogs, and we are hoping to find her a home where she will have another young dog to play with.  She also would do best in a home without younger children. She also likes to nibble on some things, which is normal for a puppy like her.  Overall, Liberty loves to be the center of loving attention!

We are teaching Liberty to walk on a leash and get acclimated to new sights and sounds.  She gets nervous in new surroundings and around new dogs, but once she learns that everything will be OK, she eases right in and joins in on the fun!

She will be a wonderful 'cuddle bug' for a loving family!  Contact CRI if you're interested in learning more about Liberty.

 If you are interested in rescuing a collie, please complete this short adoption questionnaire. Our standard adoption fee is $350. This fee helps us to cover the expense of providing each dog with a Health Exam, Rabies/DHPP vaccines, Heartworm Test, Heartworm Preventative, Flea & Tick Protection, Microchip, Neuter/Spay, and a Bath. 

Thank you for your consideration in adopting a collie in need!!!

About Collie Rescue, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Collie Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. Our mission is to place stray, abandoned and surrendered collies into loving and permanent homes, educate the public about the collie breed, and promote responsible pet care. Our goal is to provide a safe and healthy haven for all dogs placed in our care until loving, adoptive homes can be found.

Our Adoption Process...

It is Collie Rescue, Inc’s responsibility to place the animals that we rescue into an environment compatible with their needs and to ensure their adoption is in the best interest of both the animal and the adopter. Following are a few guidelines to help you understand the adoption process:

All rescued animals receive the following:

- Spay/Neuter

- DHPP & Rabies Vaccines

- Heartworm Test

- Monthly Heartworm Preventative (Interceptor) while in our care

- Fecal Exam

- Deworming, if needed

- Microchip Implant

- Bath, Groom, Frontline while in our care

Collie Rescue, Inc. will contact your veterinarian for a reference.

Collie Rescue, Inc., or an approved third party, will perform a home visit before the rescued animal is placed with the adopter. The home visit is performed to assure us that the prospective rescue will be a good match for your household. If necessary, areas of concern and helpful suggestions will be discussed either during or after the home visit.

There is a $300 adoption fee. The adoption fee pays for the veterinary expenses of the rescued animals.

The adopter must sign a legally binding adoption contract.

The adopter must return the animal to Collie Rescue, Inc. in the event they can no longer keep it.

The adopter represents that all members of the household have never been charged with cruelty to animals.

If the adopter moves, they must notify Collie Rescue, Inc. of their new address and phone numbers. (Collie Rescue, Inc. registers the microchip and therefore needs to keep adoption records current should the rescue animal become lost.)