BEAU NEEDS TO BE PLACED IN A HOME WITH AN ADVANCED DOG SAVVY HUMAN!
Beau is a 2 year old male Border Collie mix being fostered in Darien, Illinois. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions about Beau. You can complete an application to adopt Beau or any of the dogs on our website at www.comebyebcrescue.org.
Meet Beau. He was found as a stray in rural Tennessee 3 months ago. A family was feeding him, hoping to find his home. Beau's home was never found. The landlord threatened to shoot Beau if he was not gone by the end of the day, so that's how Beau came to Come Bye Border Collie Rescue. Beau's about 1 to 2 year old, altered male border collie. He weighs about 40 lbs. His rough black and white coat is very soft and his brown eyes are the window to his loving heart. Beau has a significant overbite where his lower jaw is shorter than his upper jaw, this definitely gives him some character, especially when he smiles. Beau has many of the qualities of the ideal border collie, he's intelligent, sensitive, eager to please and very quick to learn.
He is very active, loves to run and play with tennis balls but is definitely not obsessed with these. His favorite place to nap is at your feet. Beau can be wary of people he doesn't know and very sensitive to reprimands, but he equally craves guidance and instruction. He has a strong herding instinct that makes him restless in the car or even trying to catch the lightening when there's a storm.
Beau was probably affected by a bad experience prior to coming to CBBCR and is currently undergoing intensive socialization. Anyone who has owned Border Collies will find Beau's sensitivity and intelligence very appealing. He will be available for adoption once he's completely bounced back. Beau is being fostered in Darien, IL.
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