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Collie puppies and dogs in Little Rock, Arkansas

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Adopt a Collie near you in Little Rock, Arkansas

These Collies are available in Little Rock, Arkansas.
We'll also keep you updated on Archie's adoption status with email updates.
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Archie

Collie

Male, 6 mos
Little Rock, AR
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Friendly; rabies tag #24-0213 given 3/16/24If unaltered, will be scheduled for spay/neuter before leaving LRAV. To see all our animals, click here. For adoption or rescue information, click here.

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These Collies are available for adoption close to Little Rock, Arkansas.
We'll also keep you updated on Meadows CR*'s adoption status with email updates.
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Meadows CR*

Collie Australian Shepherd

Male, 1 yr 4 mos
North Little Rock, AR
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Can a Collie get a break here?? Yes, we think I am a collie mix and what a handsome boy I am!! I did not look this handsome when I arrived at the rescue, but a DEDICATED foster took me in and nursed me back to health and (even though it will be hard for her), I am READY for my FUREVER HOME!!! I came from a plea at a local animal control facility- I had been attacked by three other dogs at the facility who broke into my kennel and mauled me pretty bad :( My foster mom saw the post and agreed to help, and HELP she DID!!! Even though not a medical foster, she learned ALL the things she had to do to help my body and my soul heal. My back end/sides were torn OPEN on each side, numerous bite marks and punctures and infection when she got me. I spent quite a bit of time at the rescue vet for debridement and treatment of the very serious infections and then she took me home and changed my dressings daily and then weekly and then no more dressings!! I am a very very sweet and cuddly boy. House/crate trained, great with other dogs and everyone I meet (except kitties- not a fan). I am a medium sized boy and I am ready for you!!! My ideal family will love and appreciate my survivor personality, my cuddly and happy temperament and will keep me safe from harm for as long as they are blessed to have me :) Local adoption fee is $200 (in TX) Out of state adoption fee is $400 (includes transport to your area, $50 temporary fuel fee will be included)
We'll also keep you updated on Boomer's adoption status with email updates.
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Boomer

Collie

Male, 8 mos
Jacksonville, AR
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
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These pups are in Little Rock, Arkansas too!

Below are our newest added Collies available for adoption in Little Rock, Arkansas. To see more adoptable Collies in Little Rock, Arkansas, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
We'll also keep you updated on Riley Roscoe's adoption status with email updates.
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Riley Roscoe

Border Collie Collie

Male, Adult
Little Rock, AR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Riley Roscoe, born in January or February of 2015 is a tricolor, smooth coat collie/border collie mix. He is a very smart boy and has had extensive training over the years. He was adopted from us when he was about 6 months old and was returned to us 3 years later when the male member of the adoptive family, who had Alzheimer’s, became abusive toward him. In time he began developing his self-confidence again and began to lose his fear of men. Riley has some obvious border collie traits and the second adopter did not have the experience required to channel these traits in to positive qualities, so after a year he was again returned to us. He gets along well with the dogs in his foster home but can act aggressively toward a strange dog he does not know. He is not good with cats. He has now caught his second skunk. The first time he took the live skunk to his adopter’s back door for her. The second time, at his foster home, he caught one but another dog probably killed it and a third dog was carrying it around the yard. He was the one that got sprayed though. Riley weighs about 55 pounds. He is quite smart, wants to please and learns quickly. He rides well in a car and enjoys walking on a leash but does like to pull and will behave aggressively towards dogs he meets while out on the walk. Riley is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, is heartworm negative and is being kept on heartworm and flea and tick prevention to maintain his good health. If you would like to foster or adopt Riley, please complete the first step in the adoption process by filling out an online adoption application. You can find a copy of that application here. An application does not obligate you to adopt from us, but it does show that you are serious about the adoption process. Please remember our organization is staffed completely by volunteers. Please Note: All applications are processed in the order received, but an adoption is made to the best application received for each of our animals. All applicants must provide a vet reference on the adoption application. If you are adopting a dog from ARFA, a fenced in yard for the dog will be required. Home visits often occur with each adoption. ARFA has the right to deny adoption to any applicant for any reason without explanation. Please remember that the adoption donation is not for the purchase of the dog, but rather to help cover the medical costs of all dogs in our care. THE FINE PRINT 1. Animal Rescue Fund Arkansas reserves the right to deny any application, for any reason without explanation to the applicant. 2. You understand that we often take many applications on the same animal and that they are processed in the order that they come in. An application is in no way a reservation for any animal or a guarantee that you will be selected to adopt the animal. 3. If your application Is approved, you will be asked to sign a separate adoption contract. 4. Once the trial period is over, usually 1 week unless there are special circumstances, the adoption donation cannot be returned to you for any reason. It will have been used to help rescue another homeless animal and is no longer available therefore, if you return the dog to us for any reason, you will not be refunded your donation. Please remember that if you no longer want the dog, it must be returned to A.R.F.A. 5. If the animal you want to adopt is placed in another home, you can transfer your application to another A.R.F.A. animal without completing additional paperwork. 6. You understand that this is a rescued pet. We rarely have any information about their past life circumstances. We have all animals examined by a vet, brought up to date on shots, given their rabies vaccine, spayed/neutered (If old enough), wormed and checked for heartworms and if positive begin treatment. We do our best to ensure that we are placing healthy pets but can make no guarantee to the health or temperament of this pet, and vet expenses are the responsibility of the adoptive family from the date of the adoption. We require that you take the pet to a vet within one week of adoption for a check-up and to allow your vet to get a baseline for your new pet’s health
We'll also keep you updated on Lucy (Courtesy Listing)'s adoption status with email updates.
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Lucy (Courtesy Listing)

Blue Heeler Australian Shepherd

Female, Adult
Little Rock, AR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Let me introduce you to the sisters Roxie and Lucy. Both dogs were rescued by the Humane Society of Faulkner County, Arkansas, and are thought to be a mix of blue heeler and Australian shepherd. They came from a litter of 11 pups that were dumped on a rural county road, and we adopted them in December of 2018. Both dogs love each other’s company but are happy and playful when by themselves and relish any attention provided to them. I know they would love a new “forever home” together, but they also are fine being by themselves, especially when given any kind of attention. Roxie is the more adventuresome of the pair. She loves to sit on the back porch watching the squirrels and wishing she were fast enough to catch one. Lucy on the other hand is content to lay on the back porch and nap until she hears us come home or some other commotion in the neighborhood. They are both excellent with children (we have two young grandkids) and while they’ll bark at a stranger, it takes only a minute or two for them to cozy up to you in anticipation of getting petted. We trained them at the Little Rock Dog Club, and they are very smart and responsive to verbal and hand commands. They have never chewed any property inside our home (we do provide inside chew toys) and are house trained; they do not climb up on furniture either. They slept in dog kennels at first but have been sleeping on dog beds in our bedroom for years. They do like to occasionally chew on our outside drip irrigation spikes for our landscaping, it must be the right texture for their teeth. Both dogs were chipped by the Humane Society, are healthy and just finished their annual wellness checkup at the veterinarian on September 6, 2023. They are current on their rabies, Bordetella, and lepto vaccines, and negative for heartworms (on Heartgard) and wear Seresto collars for flea/tick control. Roxie weighs 63 lbs. and Lucy 65 lbs. Now, why are we wanting to help them find new homes? It’s because of our extensive travels since our retirement. We’ve never boarded them, rather we had to count on neighbors or friends to feed them and they are not getting the exercise nor the amount of attention that they need with our absences. It’s hard, but we believe that they need a loving home for them together or individually that will help keep them healthy and happy. The adoption donation is $250individually or $300 for both dogs. A fenced yard is required. The first step in the adoption process is to fill out an online adoption application. You can find a copy of that application here. You can find a copy of that application here. An application does not obligate you to adopt from us, but it does show that you are serious about the adoption process. Please remember our organization is staffed completely by volunteers. Please Note: All applications are processed in the order received, but an adoption is made to the best application received for each of our animals. All applicants must provide a vet reference on the adoption application. If you are adopting a dog from ARFA, a fenced in yard for the dog will be required. Home visits often occur with each adoption. ARFA has the right to deny adoption to any applicant for any reason without explanation. Please remember that the adoption donation is not for purchase of a dog, but rather to cover the medical cost of all dogs in our care. THE FINE PRINT 1. Animal Rescue Fund Arkansas reserves the right to deny any application, for any reason without explanation to the applicant. 2. You understand that we often take many applications on the same animal and that they are processed in the order that they come in. An application is in no way a reservation for any animal or a guarantee that you will be selected to adopt the animal. 3. If your application Is approved, you will be asked to sign a separate adoption contract. 4. Once the trial period is over, usually 1 week unless there are special circumstances, the adoption donation cannot be returned to you for any reason. It will have been used to help rescue another homeless animal and is no longer available therefore, if you return the dog to us for any reason, you will not be refunded your donation. 5. If the animal you want to adopt is placed in another home, you can transfer your application to another A.R.F.A. animal without completing additional paperwork. 6. You understand that this is a rescued pet. We rarely have any information about their past life circumstances. We have all animals examined by a vet, brought up to date on shots, given their rabies vaccine, spayed/neutered (If old enough), wormed and checked for heartworms and if positive begin treatment. We do our best to ensure that we are placing healthy pets but can make no guarantee to the health or temperament of this pet, and vet expenses are the responsibility of the adoptive family from the date of the adoption. We require that you take the pet to a vet within one week of adoption for a check-up and to allow your vet to get a baseline for your new pet’s health.
We'll also keep you updated on Roxie (Courtesy Listing)'s adoption status with email updates.
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Roxie (Courtesy Listing)

Blue Heeler Australian Shepherd

Female, Adult
Little Rock, AR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Let me introduce you to the sisters Roxie and Lucy. Both dogs were rescued by the Humane Society of Faulkner County, Arkansas, and are thought to be a mix of blue heeler and Australian shepherd. They came from a litter of 11 pups that were dumped on a rural county road, and we adopted them in December of 2018. Both dogs love each other’s company but are happy and playful when by themselves and relish any attention provided to them. I know they would love a new “forever home” together, but they also are fine being by themselves, especially when given any kind of attention. Roxie is the more adventuresome of the pair. She loves to sit on the back porch watching the squirrels and wishing she were fast enough to catch one. Lucy on the other hand is content to lay on the back porch and nap until she hears us come home or some other commotion in the neighborhood. They are both excellent with children (we have two young grandkids) and while they’ll bark at a stranger, it takes only a minute or two for them to cozy up to you in anticipation of getting petted. We trained them at the Little Rock Dog Club, and they are very smart and responsive to verbal and hand commands. They have never chewed any property inside our home (we do provide inside chew toys) and are house trained; they do not climb up on furniture either. They slept in dog kennels at first but have been sleeping on dog beds in our bedroom for years. They do like to occasionally chew on our outside drip irrigation spikes for our landscaping, it must be the right texture for their teeth. Both dogs were chipped by the Humane Society, are healthy and just finished their annual wellness checkup at the veterinarian on September 6, 2023. They are current on their rabies, Bordetella, and lepto vaccines, and negative for heartworms (on Heartgard) and wear Seresto collars for flea/tick control. Roxie weighs 63 lbs. and Lucy 65 lbs. Now, why are we wanting to help them find new homes? It’s because of our extensive travels since our retirement. We’ve never boarded them, rather we had to count on neighbors or friends to feed them and they are not getting the exercise nor the amount of attention that they need with our absences. It’s hard, but we believe that they need a loving home for them together or individually that will help keep them healthy and happy. The adoption donation is $250individually or $300 for both dogs. A fenced yard is required. The first step in the adoption process is to fill out an online adoption application. You can find a copy of that application here. You can find a copy of that application here. An application does not obligate you to adopt from us, but it does show that you are serious about the adoption process. Please remember our organization is staffed completely by volunteers. Please Note: All applications are processed in the order received, but an adoption is made to the best application received for each of our animals. All applicants must provide a vet reference on the adoption application. If you are adopting a dog from ARFA, a fenced in yard for the dog will be required. Home visits often occur with each adoption. ARFA has the right to deny adoption to any applicant for any reason without explanation. Please remember that the adoption donation is not for purchase of a dog, but rather to cover the medical cost of all dogs in our care. THE FINE PRINT 1. Animal Rescue Fund Arkansas reserves the right to deny any application, for any reason without explanation to the applicant. 2. You understand that we often take many applications on the same animal and that they are processed in the order that they come in. An application is in no way a reservation for any animal or a guarantee that you will be selected to adopt the animal. 3. If your application Is approved, you will be asked to sign a separate adoption contract. 4. Once the trial period is over, usually 1 week unless there are special circumstances, the adoption donation cannot be returned to you for any reason. It will have been used to help rescue another homeless animal and is no longer available therefore, if you return the dog to us for any reason, you will not be refunded your donation. 5. If the animal you want to adopt is placed in another home, you can transfer your application to another A.R.F.A. animal without completing additional paperwork. 6. You understand that this is a rescued pet. We rarely have any information about their past life circumstances. We have all animals examined by a vet, brought up to date on shots, given their rabies vaccine, spayed/neutered (If old enough), wormed and checked for heartworms and if positive begin treatment. We do our best to ensure that we are placing healthy pets but can make no guarantee to the health or temperament of this pet, and vet expenses are the responsibility of the adoptive family from the date of the adoption. We require that you take the pet to a vet within one week of adoption for a check-up and to allow your vet to get a baseline for your new pet’s health.

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Little Rock Animal Services

4500 S. Kramer Street, Little Rock, AR 72204

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7.7 miles

Gods Dogs Rescue of TX in AR Transport stop

3300 AR-391, AR 72117, North Little Rock, AR 72117

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12.7 miles

Jacksonville Animal Shelter

217 S. Redmond Rd., Jacksonville, AR 72076

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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