My name is Annie!

Border Collie Mix Dog for adoption in ROSENBERG, Texas - Annie
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Saving Our Companion Animals - Fort Bend County

Facts about Annie

  • Breed: Border Collie Mix
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10491332-A003071

Hello, my name is Annie and I’m a Border Collie/Lab mix.  The vet says I’m about 2-3 years old.  I weigh 45 pounds (I like to eat!) and as you can see, I have beautiful black curly hair. I have been treated for heartworms and the vet says my heart and lungs sound good now.  I have a great personality; I love children – even the little ones that cry and pull my hair.  I get along great with my foster family’s male Lab and older female German Shepherd/Collie mix but I like to be "in charge".  I haven't been around many small dogs but the Chihuahua next door is OK. I might like the cat better if it wouldn’t scratch my nose every time I tried to “herd” it so I just as soon not live with cats.  I’m usually very good at walking on a leash but if I see a squirrel, cat or another dog, I have to be reined in because I bark at them a lot. I’ve learned that my crate is a safe place and not a punishment so I’m good with it now – especially if you throw in some treats for me to dig around for.  I love to run and play with my Lab buddy but after that, I like to be a couch potato. 

I’ve never been completely alone so I might get bored because my breed likes to work.   I’m a very good girl when my people are gone.  I don’t tear things up and don’t chew although the tiny humans I live with now give me plenty of opportunities.

I love going outside to play but I don’t like being out there for too long without my people.  I don’t like loud noises like thunder so I could never be an “outside” fur baby.

I’m a very smart girl and learn quickly.  I like long walks, being able to run and chase balls, being a lap baby when I’m tired and especially being a part of a loving family.   

About Saving Our Companion Animals - Fort Bend County

About Our Rescue Group...

SOCA - FBC is a non-profit, 501c3 organization run solely by volunteers. SOCA - FBC works with local veterinarians to provide medical care for sick/injured animals at Fort Bend County Animal Services (FBCAS) that are not taken in by local rescue groups. SOCA - FBC gathers donations to provide supplies and medicine for the animals at FBCAS. SOCA - FBC also manages the foster program at FBCAS, holds adoption events and fundraisers, and transports animals to out-of-state rescues for adoption. Whether it is by locating the owners, adopting, fostering, or obtaining a rescue, SOCA - FBC and FBCAS do everything possible to find FURever homes, for all of them.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Most of our Pets are in Foster homes. You can meet them by scheduling an appointment or join us for one of our many meet and greet events including Petco at 5574 West Grand Parkway S. Richmond, Texas 77406.

Our Adoption Process...

Following an initial meet and great, potential adopters must pass a home inspection and complete an application. Upon approval, they are required to pay a fee and sign an adoption contract.