My name is Raven!

Collie Dog for adoption in Powell, Ohio - Raven
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I'm being cared for by:
Tri State Collie Rescue

Facts about Raven

  • Breed: Collie
  • Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Raven is a 4yr old female collie girl.  She weighs approx 50 lbs. She is a smaller female but a great size for cuddling.  Raven is crate and housetrained. She loves kids and all people in general.  She is OK with cats but a bit too interested in squirrels and pocket pets.

She was placed into a home where there was a year old collie who was much larger. Raven did not appreciate sharing him with her people and didn’t appreciate his antics at times.  So we are looking for a home where she can be an only dog and get all the attention she thinks she deserves.  She is very smart and quick to learn.  Rides great in the car and will make someone a great companion.  

Raven has had some bad breaks in her past and we want someone who will commit to her heart and soul. 

Raven is being fostered in West Virginia.

If you are interested in this dog, please submit an application on our website. Our organization is run by volunteers and it is hard for them to answer all the emails that come in about dogs. Once we receive your application, an interviewer will call you and try to answer any additional questions you may have. Our application can be found at under the adopt tab. Thank you.

About Tri State Collie Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...


TRI STATE COLLIE RESCUE VOLUNTEERS have been professional breeders and dog show exhibitors, and we have more then 50 years of combined professional experience with the collie breed. In addition, our group includes devoted collie owners and lovers. We are listed as a recognized rescue group with the COLLIE CLUB OF AMERICA


To end the indiscriminate breeding practices of irresponsible breeders, to educate the public about the lifetime responsibilities of caring for a pet, including the necessity of spaying and neutering, and to promote the return of undying love and devotion collies offer their owners. Too many purebred collies are found as strays, in dog shelters, or in the humane societies. We hope to eliminate the euthanasia of these collies.

"Just when you think there are no angels, a collie comes into your life"

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption process can be viewed at the following website,