Meet Angel. a sweet Border Collie who by no fault of her own has become homeless. Like so many she tried to fend for herself but starvation compelled her to seek out humans for help. She was found curled up in a ball shivering on a porch. The person called the Geauga County dog pound thinking it might be a vicious dog or wild animal. The deputy dog warden took the call and came out to remove the animal from the porch. Upon seeing that it was a cold starving Border Collie who gently gazed up pleading for help, the deputy warden picked her up in their arms and carried her to their vehicle. Through this act of human kindness Angel was given a second chance. She has a ways to go in rehab. She needs to be spayed and brought up on weight and have a good going over to see that she is healthy and fit. But most of all she needs a commitment from a person that will never let her down...never break the trust....and love and care for her till her days are done. Angel is a sweet gentle adult female purebred Border Collie. And with saying that comes all the special responsibilities of this most highly intelligent breed. If you are a Border Collie Breed person and would like to give this precious girl a forever home then contact us here at ISBCR for information on our adoption policy. Every dog deserves the best of homes and just because a dog is "rescued" doesn't mean it is "home". Please Adopt don't buy
Angel Update 2/21/13 Angel has now been spayed, brought up to date on shots and rabies vac, has had a few skin tags removed, has had extensive dental work done with multiple extractions she is on antibiotics and healing fast. The day after her operations she was up and playing catch. She is as her name implies and she is looking for a very special home to call her own. If it is your home contact us for an application. Thank you
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