I'm being cared for by: Border Collie Rescue & Rehab of Texas
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Bandit
Breed: Border Collie Mix
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
up to date with shots.
I am up to date with shots.
Bandit is a one year old blue merle male border collie pulled from the Abilene shelter. He seemed very shy upon rescue, so we are excited to watch him come out of his shell as he realizes his life will never be the same again! Check back for more updates on his personality soon
Please visit our Adoption Page at http://bcrrt.com/adoption for more details and to complete an Adoption Application
Border Collie Rescue & Rehab (BCR&R) is a network of volunteers and foster homes dedicated to helping save Border Collies, Border Collie mixes and other similar herding breeds.
The dogs in our program have come from shelters and the streets and we bring them into our homes and provide them with the training and love necessary to help them become valued members of a family. We call it our Rescue & Rehab Program.
All dogs are provided with necessary veterinary care and are microchipped. The dogs in our program will live with us as part of our families for a minimum of 3 to 4 weeks for evaluation and training in addition to ensuring overall health.
Our Adoption Process...
Once we have your application we will begin our screening and matching process so we can help find you a perfect match.
All Applicants are interviewed, reference checks and a home visit completed.
Once approved and you have met a dog that you would like to adopt, an adoption contract will be completed and an adoption donation of $300.00 requested to complete the adoption process.
BCR&R is totally dependent on our volunteers and foster homes, most of whom have full time careers and commitments outside of BCR&R. As a result, we work with potential adoptive families in the evenings and weekends.
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