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Collie puppies and dogs in Long Beach, New York

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Tony

Collie Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, 3 yrs 8 mos
Oceanside, NY
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(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
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Wolf 9408

Collie

Male, 3 yrs 8 mos
Brooklyn, NY
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
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Spayed or Neutered,
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Stalone 9748

Collie

Male, 3 yrs 7 mos
Brooklyn, NY
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
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Spayed or Neutered,
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Althea 9809

Collie Mixed Breed (Small)

Female, 4 yrs 5 mos
Brooklyn, NY
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
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DORAL

Collie Beagle

Female, 2 mos
Manhattan, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
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Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
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9 weeks, 6lbs, Collie Beagle Mix, Spayed Expected Full Grown Size around 40lbs  This puppy is eligible to join our foster-to-adopt program starting that day. If you are interested, please email fostertoadopt@socialteesnyc.org with the animal’s name in the subject line! Want to straight-up adopt? Submit an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org. Level of dog ownership experience needed: INTERMEDIATE: As an adult, this dog will need significant structure and plenty of daily exercise, training, and mental stimulation – 90 consecutive minutes of movement in the morning plus potty break walks and brain games throughout the day. The adopter must have relevant primary care experience with a similar breed, temperament, and/or energy level. (Primary care experience includes ownership, fostering, or dog sitting as an adult, not a dog you grew up with.) Relevant puppy care experience is a huge plus, but bare minimum the adopter must have TONS of time and patience. Raising a puppy can be a lot of fun, but it’s also  tremendous work. Puppies’ personalities and exercise/stimulation requirements change dramatically between now and when they’re a year old as their bodies and brains develop, so an active lifestyle and the ability to adapt to a pup’s evolving needs are a must. We strongly urge professional dog training with a rewards based trainer from the get go. Adults only or kids ages 8 and up – all puppies go through a mouthy, rambunctious phase and often accidentally hurt children when playing. PLEASE DO YOUR OWN BREED RESEARCH to make sure you have a better understanding of the kind of temperament and exercise requirements this dog may have as an adult. Energy level  MEDIUM: Very young puppies sleep and nap a lot, but their energy level skyrockets when they become teens (4 months to around a year). As an adult, this dog will need significant structure and plenty of daily exercise, training, and mental stimulation – 90 consecutive minutes of movement in the morning plus potty break walks and brain games throughout the day at a minimum. (This is regardless of dog size – many small breeds were designed for lots of activity and will exhibit unwanted behavior when they’re understimulated.)  Potty trained? Working on this skill. Puppies under 12 weeks old are often on track with their wee pad skills, but they’re too young to walk outside in public NYC areas yet because they haven’t finished their puppy vaccine series. Puppies older than 12 weeks are usually learning to do their business outside. Potty training takes a lot of patience, consistency, and clean up.  Crate trained? Nope. None of our new puppies have been formally trained, but many of our foster parents/adopters choose to crate train. It can be a great way to keep puppies safe and teach them independence. Social with dogs? Yes. Some puppies are shy, others are bold, but all have the potential to be taught healthy socializing skills. It’s a huge part of raising a puppy and must be done carefully. How they interact with other dogs depends largely on how their humans help them learn to.  Social with children?  (ALWAYS requires adult supervision) Yes… but most puppies are not a great match for a home with kids under age 8 because they go through intense mouthy play and rambunctious phases and often accidentally hurt young kids while playing. Children must always be monitored and taught to interact with dogs of any age respectfully.   Social with cats? Yes. Almost all puppies have the potential to be friends with a cat. It’s on the adopter to know their cat’s temperament and preferences and to teach their puppy respectful manners.  Mouthy play:   High! All puppies go through phases where they chew your stuff and grab your hands, arms, feet… puppies naturally explore the world, play, and test boundaries with their mouths. (It also happens when they’re teething.) Their teeth are super sharp though, so it can be a very painful phase for humans and other animals in the home. Proper training, outlets, and socialization are key. Leash manners: None. :) Will need to learn this skill.   Separation anxiety: MEDIUM: Most puppies have some level of separation anxiety as they learn to self soothe. Often they cry the first 10+ minutes when they are left home alone or in a crate. Consistent training and alone time is crucial. Medical status: Up to date on their DHPP and Bordetella vaccines (for dogs under 4 months old, adopters will need to finish the DHPP vaccine series and administer the Rabies vaccine at 16 weeks of age) How this dog ended up with Social Tees: Most of our dogs come via partner groups who help us save them from shelters where they are at risk of euthanasia in Tennessee or St. Thomas. There are very few spay/neuter resources there and many more animals in those areas than there are people to adopt them. Rescue groups like ours bring them to the northeast where the desire for pets like these allows us to save their lives.  PLEASE NOTE: We cannot guarantee any breed mix, exact age, or full grown size (if the dog is under a year old). We do our best with very educated guesses though!  This animal is not at the Social Tees office, all are in foster homes. LEARN MORE ABOUT US: socialteesnyc.org and Instagram @socialteesnyc
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Ash

Collie Hound (Unknown Type)

Male, 8 mos
New York, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
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Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Well hello there, Ash! This adorable 8- month old (as of 5/20) Collie/Hound mix is a total sweetheart and mushier than a meatball! Ash is friendly and fun around humans and other dogs. He loves toys, but he loves living breathing creatures much more…especially in the form of playful pups. Ash is respectful around dogs of any age, even much older ones, and intuitively knows how to fit in. He’s just so happy to be in their company, and smart enough to get them to like him! Energetic and full of joy, Ash enjoys being able to fun freely and horse around outside. He’s currently learning the ins and outs of leash walking and getting better at it every single day. Ash is doing a great job of pottying outside, he uses his pee pads when necessary, and he’s comfortable in his crate. Yay, Ash! Ash has quickly learned the commands sit, down, stay and come. He is highly treat motivated and craves praise and approval. Who knows what amazing things this pupper will be able to accomplish! Ash travels with ease, he shares his toys, he loves to cuddle, and he even gives kisses. What can be better? Absolutely nothing! If you would like to adopt this wonderful dog, please email rescue@pupstarzrescue.org or visit www.pupstarzrescue.org for an application! www.pupstarzrescue.org Please Follow us on Instagram: @pupstarzrescue Like us on FaceBook! www.facebook.com/PupStarzRescue PupStarz rescue cannot guarantee the breed, size, temperament, or age of any dog.

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Collie shelters & rescues in Long Beach, New York

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Ruff House Rescue NY

nassau county, Oceanside, NY 11572

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16.1 miles

No Dogs Left Behind - transports from China

Brooklyn, NY 11230

Pet Types: dogs

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16.1 miles

No Dogs Left Behind - transports from China

Brooklyn, NY 11230

Pet Types: dogs

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16.1 miles

No Dogs Left Behind - transports from China

Brooklyn, NY 11230

Pet Types: dogs

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19.2 miles

Social Tees Animal Rescue

443 East 9th St, Manhattan, NY 10009

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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20.1 miles

PupStarz Rescue - NY

New York, NY 10010

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits

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20.1 miles

PupStarz Rescue - NY

New York, NY 10010

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20.1 miles

PupStarz Rescue - NY

New York, NY 10010

Pet Types: cats, dogs, rabbits

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20.3 miles

Rescue Dogs Rock NYC, Inc.

P.O. Box 101, New York, NY 10028

Pet Types: dogs

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20.3 miles

Rescue Dogs Rock NYC, Inc.

P.O. Box 101, New York, NY 10028

Pet Types: dogs

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