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Collie puppies and dogs in Maine

Looking for a Collie puppy or dog in Maine? Adopt a Pet can help you find an adorable Collie near you.

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Adopt a Collie near you in Maine

Below are our newest added Collies available for adoption in Maine. To see more adoptable Collies in Maine, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
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Female, 1 yr 6 mos
Dover, ME
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Shots are up-to-date, House-trained,
This little dolls name is NATALIE. Here's what her foster mom has to say about her ... Super sweet Adorable Playful Intrigued with cats but doesn't hurt them Plays with all my dogs nicely but likes to bite their tails which aggravates them Loves tovs Snuggles Very loving Not a mean bone in her body Loves running around the yard Loves attention but doesn't demand it She hasn't barked when the other dogs bark, only when she's aggravating them We're working on sit and not taking my finger off with treats She likes the bed, couch, and dog beds She rides in the car in a kennel but doesn't whine or fuss alot She's pretty close to perfect in my eyes. She is approximately one and a half and just a pleasure to have around. Natalie has a great personality and can just light up the room with her spunkiness and energy. She is also a wonderful hugger and a snuggler. She’d make a wonderful walking/running companion or pal for another playful dog. Natalie is fostering in a wonderful home in Memphis, Tn with lots of other dogs and people so she is learning all kinds of socialization skills. Once adopted she will travel via private transport (transport cost is $150.00) to a location closest to you. If you would like to make this cutie part of your family please follow the link below to our application.
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Male, Young
Southwest Harbor, ME
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Good with dogs, Good with cats, Shots are up-to-date, House-trained,
Meet max he’s a pure bread rough collie. He was born on august 15th he is two years old. He loves to play, cuddle, and be loved on. He get’s along well with cats or dogs. He loves big yards to run around and walks outside. He also loves car rides. Max will come with Harness, collar , leash, food bowls, food bin, and indoor dog crate.
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Male, Adult
Stow, ME
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Not good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Shots are up-to-date, House-trained,
COURTESY POST PLEASE READ THOROUGHLY Meet Kip. He is a big, rough collie weighing 85 lbs. who will be 4 years old in May. He is a professional counter surfer and tailgater who believes everything should made into a game. Kip’s motto is a “tired dog is a good dog”. He thrives on tongue dragging games of fetch and long hikes in the woods. He loves to play with other dogs but he can sometimes overwhelm his playmates. Playmates his age with lots of energy and excellent doggy social skills with an owner that knows how to que him to disengage would be perfect. Kip must have a person who has strong and consistent positive dog training skills that can help him reach his full potential. Kip would make a good go anywhere and do anything companion if given the chance. He craves interaction with his person. Kip was abused as a puppy and unfortunately learned that the only way he could protect himself was to defend himself. He does have a bite history. His new owner or family cannot and should not physically “punish” or “discipline” him in any way. Absolutely no children. Kip is very food motivated which makes him very easy to train. Amazingly he has no food aggression or resource guarding. He is not destructive when left in the house and does not have any separation anxiety. He might “mark” in a new home and he can get a bit “nippy” and “yippy” when excited like herding dogs can and he needs continued training to keep “all 4 on the floor”. Like all dogs, Kip thrives on a quiet, stable homelife with a predictable schedule. He is happiest sleeping near his person. The following are non-negotiable requirements: Kip requires a home with another young, active, large dog. A place with lots of land no neighbors and a fenced in yard is a must. You must own your own house and be within 3 hours of central Vermont. If interested please go to to submit an application. Only once the application is approved will a meet and greet with all human and canine family members be set up. Adoption fee is 450.

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Where do Collies come from? How many types of Collies are there? From the history of the breed to question about average height, weight and size, brush up on these basic facts about the Collie.

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