(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Spayed or Neutered,
I thought we would be together forever....
It should have been you and I against the world. After all, you adopted me when I was just a tiny fluffball. You thought I was the cutest thing ever and I thought you hung the moon. I was so happy that I had a home. That I had someone to love and someone to love me. At first, you and I did everything together. As I began to grow, things changed. I required more and more of your attention, and things were not as simple anymore. You stopped working with me on things. You stopped paying attention to me. And one day you stopped loving me. You left me all on my own and I was left wondering how things went so wrong?
I found myself in the shelter and I kept hoping that you would come. This couldn't be the end for us. You promised me forever. Now, I was behind bars and my only crime was not being wanted. And that hurt the most. I was in the shelter because you no longer loved nor wanted me. I tried to forget you. I tried to win over every person's heart that walked by my kennel. Sadly, I was one of many black dogs and people often overlooked me. It didn't matter that I was super sweet. It didn't matter that I was a playful and adorable girl. All that mattered was that I was taking up space and the shelter just continued to fill out. Decisions would soon have to be made. Ones that meant I may not ever leave the shelter.
When I got the word that someone had come to bail me out of doggie jail...I thought it was you for a second. I thought maybe you finally realized how much you missed me. When they brought me up front and I saw it wasn't you, it finally clicked that we would never see one another again. If that was for the best...maybe it was. It also meant that I had to let go. I had to let go of you and all our hopes for us. I had to start a new future...one without you in it. For you had already broken my heart and this was my second chance.
I waltzed right out of the shelter and hopped right into the car with my foster mom. I tried riding upfront with her but she said it isn't safe and ended up buckling me in. It was cool getting to look out the window and see everything going by...especially after staring at the same ole bars day in and day out. I even tried sneaking some kisses and cuddles in with my foster mom. I was so thankful that she chose me.
I was so excited when we made it to my foster home and I saw that I had doggie friends. I LOVE playing with them. I could spend hours playing chase out in the backyard with them. I also enjoy wrestling with them and playing tug o war with them. I am definitely a dogs dog. I also discovered that I love these things called walks! I had never been on one before but quickly decided that they were one of the coolest things ever! I am still learning to walk properly on a leash, but sometimes I get so excited and before you know it...you and I are all wrapped up in it together. I cannot say that I have ever been hiking but I can only imagine how much fun going on a hike would be! I am a big fan of toys, and I especially love the squeaky balls! If you throw them, I will absolutely give chase pretty much every time and carry the ball around for a bit. Sometimes my foster mom acts like she wants me to bring the ball back to her..which cannot be. Why would she throw it just to ask me to bring it back to her? 🤔
I have heard of this thing called doggie daycare and I think that would be SO much fun. Plus, it beats sitting at home all alone while my owner is away at work. Now, if I had some doggie friends to keep me company at home, I would probably do just fine getting to have free-roam of the house. Especially because I am potty trained!
Overall, I am an active and fun-loving girl that is looking for a family of her very own. If you think you could be the family for me, I hope you will apply for me at
Please I am begging you though, only apply to adopt me if you can keep me forever. If you can't keep me through ALL of life's changes, don't be the one that makes me have to be passed around a few months/years down the line. That just isn't fair to me.
I would NEVER give up on you, so please don't give up on me. I want to be your forever...not your until dog.
Application to adopt Seance
Location: Tulsa, OK
-Adopters must be able to pick up their new dog, with no exceptions.
Adoption Fee: $250 Includes: Two rounds of the DHLPP, Rabies, Bordetella, Fecal, Deworming, Heartworm Test, Micro-Chip, Spay, and she will be current heartworm and flea/tick prevention.
FROM HER FOSTER MOM 🐾 ↓
~Seance is a beautiful 8-10 month old 32lb, Border collie mix.
Seance has gorgeous soft, fluffy black fur with longer curls towards her lower back and tail. She has a touch of brown marbling on her face, chest and arms. She is SO pretty! Seance is on the more petite side and weighs around 32 pounds. We don't expect she'll get much bigger. Seance is a player! She loves to play with the other dogs in her foster home. Chasing tennis balls in the yard is one of her favorite activities- she loves running FAST! She jumps up when she gets excited- her new family will want to work with her to redirect her from jumping up. We think she'd excel in obedience and other dog training classes- she is a border collie mix and very intelligent!
Seance is VERY sweet! She loves getting attention and spending time with her family. We hope she will be adopted by a family who will treasure her- she's a very special little gal!
Seance's ideal home would have another dog for her to play with, or a family who is home most of the time and can help her burn off some puppy energy.~