My name is Stevie!

Border Collie Mix Puppy for adoption in Morgan Hill, California - Stevie
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I'm being cared for by:
South Bay Purebred Rescue

Facts about Stevie

  • Breed: Border Collie Mix
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Puppy
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: Stevie
Stevie, 6 Month Old Female, Border Collie Mix

Special Needs

Stevie is totally blind. She arrived at the shelter with a head injury which could have been due to a dog bite to her head, since she can not see visual cues from other dogs. Shel loves to play and does not even know she has a disability. She is crate trained and working on housebreaking. Stevie is learning how to walk on a leash and some basic obedience. She comes running when she hears your voice. Stevie likes other dogs and cats, but will need patient ones to cohabitate with. She is spayed, microchiped and current on vaccinations.


About South Bay Purebred Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Established in 1998.

South Bay Purebred Rescue was founded by a few veteran foster homes. Trying to stand out among dozens of other groups, we chose to focus primarily on purebred dogs (although we're still suckers and do take mixed breeds regularly). We are as passionate about finding appropriate forever homes for our dogs as we are about matching the right dog with the adopter. We welcome new volunteers to join us in our effort to save as many adoptable dogs as we can.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

We have adoption fairs most Saturdays from noon-3:00 at Pet Club in South San Jose.

Our Adoption Process...

We screen by asking a variety of questions in person at our pet fairs or over the phone if we're setting up an appointment during the week. Once a determination has been made that the dog may be a match for your family, you get to meet with the dog and decide if you'd like to adopt. Then you will be given an adoption contract to fill out and sign. Pay the adoption fee and you go home with your new pet!

We are as careful as we can to place dogs in well-matched situations. If we feel that the dog you're interested in is not a good match for your family, schedule, level of experience or any other reason, we will not do the adoption. We will try and guide you to another dog that would be more appropriate for you, but there is no appeal process once an adoption is declined.

We cannot hold dogs. If you decide to wait on making a decision, please be prepared for the fact that the dog you were interested may be adopted by someone else in the meantime.