Dolly is a two-year-old collie mix. She is a super sweet pup! She was picked up from a rural shelter where she had some puppies, but has since been spayed. All of her puppies have found homes, and now she is ready to find hers!
She is getting comfortable in her foster home, where she enjoys being in any room with people to take a snooze or chew on a bone. Dolly is crate trained, house-broken, great on a leash, and is a great listener who is eager to please. In fact, she is naturally smart and knows exactly what you're asking of her. She will be easy to train, especially if she knows that she will be rewarded with food or positive reinforcement. If her big nose sniffs something sweet, it will be sure to grab her attention and curiosity!
She has no problems meeting people or other dogs, but tends to avoid more hyper dogs. We are currently treating her for yeast infection on her skin, which will be cleared up soon! Dolly is keen and attentive, and makes great eye contact to try and figure out what you're asking of her. She will be a very sweet addition to a very lucky home!
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.
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