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My name is Creek!

Border Collie Dog for adoption in Mount Ida, Arkansas - Creek
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I'm being cared for by:
Warm Hearts Humane Society, Inc.

Facts about Creek

  • Breed: Border Collie
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Creek was rescued on December 6th when a good samaritan found her eating a dead deer on the highway. She weighed 22 pounds, had an ear infection, and abscessed tooth and was almost too weak to walk.

She is how a healthy, happy, playful, loving 42 pound dog. Creek is an old girl and she is completely deaf. That doesn't stop her from playing frisbee or chasing her favorite tennis balls. She is great on leash and has learned to "sit" using hand signals. We are working on more training for her.

She prefers to potty outside and will bark when she needs to go, but if you miss her cues, she will have an occasional accident in the house.

Creek will need a home with experience working with deaf dogs. She must always be walked on leash in unprotected areas and needs a fence to keep her safe. She is a delightful dog and gets along with the other dogs and cats in her foster home. She has an adorable personality and watching her eyes sparkle when she knows that a ball is going to be tossed is pure joy.

Creek has been spayed, vaccinated, de-wormed and, except for her deafness, has a clean bill of health. If you are interested in adopting Creek, email warmhearts@earthlink.net for an application. Her adoption/vetting fee is $100.00

About Warm Hearts Humane Society, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a local humane society dedicated to ending the homeless pet problems in our county and to help our county become a role model for how rural communities can care for animals humanely.

We provide low-cost spay and neuter vouchers to county residents who cannot afford to have their pets fixed.

We have several feral cat colonies that we have worked out a trap and return policy on. These cats have all been fixed and are fed and cared for by residents in the community.

Our Adoption Process...

Warm Hearts animals are not adopted on a first-come, first-serve basis. We require an adoption application and vet references. Interviews are conducted to make sure that the animal is a good fit for the family. Our adoption fees help cover our vet and day-to-day costs of animal care.