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My name is PuddyTat!
I'm being cared for by
Emotional Rescue

Facts about me

Border Collie
Black - with White
2 years 5 months old, Young
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current

My story

Good With Dogs: Yes

Good With Cats: Unknown

Good With Kids: Unknown

Kennel Trained: Yes

Age: Approx. 1 Year

Adoption Fee: $ 350

Fee Includes: Current vaccinations, micro chip

If you want to be considered for adoption, fill out an application at

If you follow Emotional Rescue on Facebook, you already know all about PuddyTat.

PuddyTat is a 9 week old Border Collie mix who came to us as a very young puppy with a broken back. He was paralyzed. Daily physical therapy has given us hope that he may partially recover as he gains strength in his back legs, spontaneously stands on his own and can even take a few steps unassisted. He's always so excited to just GO that he often falls down and just scooches along.

He's a very happy-go-lucky kind of guy. He's playful and cuddly as well as being super well socialized with other dogs!

This pup does not have control of bathroom functions. Baths will be required daily and Living area will have to be created, such as in a play pen where there is soft bedding that can be changed out couple times a day.

To meet PuddyTat, apply at

Emotional Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Po bx 521, Hastings, MN 55033

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Application, background check, references, home visit, indoor pets only, all pets are utd on vaccines and altered.

Go meet their pets

Arranged by foster home in Mn after application.

More about this rescue

We rescue homeless dogs from South Dakota Reservations and urgent dogs in a high kill, overpopulated shelter.