Prince is now available for adoption! After several months of heartworm treatment, he is healthy and doing great! He is a sable collie boy who is about 5 years old. He came to Collie Rescue, Inc. after his owner passed away, and now he is looking for a new place to call home.
Prince is a very sweet, alert, and friendly boy who will bring joy to a lucky family! He is a friendly guy who loves to run around and play, whether it’s outside in the yard or indoors with his toys. He used to live in the city and would love to be with an owner who can take him on frequent walks. With his long coat, he does enjoy being groomed, but squirms when clipping his nails. He also enjoys his food, and will do anything for yummy treats.
He gets along very well with other dogs and is as friendly as can be! However, we do not know how he is with cats, and would prefer that he find a home without them. Overall, Prince is an extremely well-behaved dog! The only bad manner his foster mom can say is that he barks when left alone at the house. He will settle down after a few minutes, but definitely prefers to tag along and be with his people! Luckily, he does ride very well in the car.
Prince is not yet neutered and will not be able to do that until after July 28, 2017. Collie Rescue, Inc. will consider adopting him to a family prior to this date, but arrangements will need to be discussed.
If you are interested in rescuing a collie, please complete this short adoption questionnaire. Our standard adoption fee is $350. This fee helps us to cover the expense of providing each dog with a Health Exam, Rabies/DHPP vaccines, Heartworm Test, Heartworm Preventative, Flea & Tick Protection, Microchip, Neuter/Spay, and a Bath.
Thank you for your consideration in adopting a collie in need!!!
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