My name is Hank!

Border Collie Dog for adoption in McKenna, Washington - Hank
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Second Chance Dogs

Facts about Hank

  • Breed: Border Collie
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 97880

Hank is a 7 year old black and white cattle dog mix, who loves people and gets along well with other dogs. He is very sweet, loves affection and needs a fenced yard with people who don't often move the furniture, because he is blind. When he feels safe in an area, he loves running in the grass. He is quite trusting when walking on a leash, although he could use more practice. Hank is neutered, up to date on vaccinations and has a microchip. He will be happier in a home without cats.

The adoption process begins the completion of an application which you can find on our website at

Adoption donation is $225.

Hank, Border Collie has been shared from Shelter Exchange.

About Second Chance Dogs

About Our Rescue Group...

Second Chance Dogs was founded by a group of 3 determined women who, for years, independently helped "in need" dogs transform their current situations. In July, 2009, they joined forces and started Second Chance Dogs, a non-profit organization in an effort to help more dogs in more ways. Each member brings to the organization their own special gift, and when combined, allows Second Chance Dogs to offer a variety of services to help rehabilitate and find loving homes from these dogs.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our pets are in foster homes, and can be viewed online on and

Our Adoption Process...

1. Indicate Interest about the dog who is available for adoption
2. Discuss the dog’s biography with people who will often be with the dog
3. Make a list of questions about the dog
4. Evaluate the amount of time you can be with the dog…….he/she is a new family member
5. Fill out the adoption application
6. Send photos of the yard(s) & schedule a home visit
7. After Board approval, the foster family will get in touch with you ; scheduling a “meet and greet”
8. One of more Board members will be present at the “meet and greet”
9. A protocol for the “meet and greet” is sent to the people considering adoption.
10. SCD consults may take place throughout the application process. Topics such as dog nutrition; medical needs; training; getting along with other pets in the home may need to be discussed
11. When the “meet and greet” goes 100% well, depending on circumstances, the dog may go home with the new family
12. After the majority of “meet and greets”, the potential adopting family and SCD will review how things went and discuss options (people and/or dog training)