** Be sure to watch Carlee video below --
As you can see Carlee is a pretty little puppy Collie mix yet she is going to be on the small size for Collie, perhaps 35lbs full grown. She is extremely sweet, friendly, gentle, loves playing with all her foster sibling & her coat is as soft as a rabbit. As with all our puppies we do require that an adopter is willing to provide 2 potty breaks a day. She is too young to be able to "hold it" like an adult dog. We would love for her to have a young sibling to play with because like all puppies she really loves to play with dogs & all her toys. We working on potty training & she’s doing very well. Carlee is very submissive as you can see in the video below.
Sadly Carlee didn’t have a great start in life when she was in KY. She was found with an arrow in her thigh. Picture of the wound below. It has healed & she is perfectly fine. There is more detailed information about Carlee below.
If she sounds like the perfect little girl for your family please read our adoption requirements & if you can meet or exceed them you can apply online at our website.
All LnF pups/dogs have been temperament tested & live in foster homes ~ All pups and dogs have been housebroken (puppies are paper trained) & crated trained ~ All pups/dogs have been Microchipped ~ Tested for Heartworm, Ehrlichia & Lyme ~ Each dog is on Heartworm Medication year-round while in our care ~ Up to date with three-year Rabies ~ Distemper, Parvo & Leptospirosis vaccines ~ Wormed.
Our adoption fee includes (30) days of FREE pet insurance with an option to purchase but it's your choice. We strive to provide the BEST medical care available so that YOU are assured all our pups/dogs are healthy, up-to-date with all necessary shots, spayed or neutered by our rescue.
Adoption Requirements: *A minimum physical 4-foot high fence or is higher is always mandatory and must be installed. We will not consider any applications that does not have a safe fence.
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