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Collie puppies and dogs in New York, New York

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These Collies are available in New York, New York.
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Arlo

Collie Bluetick Coonhound

Male, 4 mos
New York, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Well hello there, Houndsome! Introducing Arlo, a 4-month old, 25-pound adorable Collie/Hound mix, who’s gotta nose that works overtime, to along with his heart that’s bursting with love. Arlo is smart as a whip and eager to please. He uses his sniffer to understand his world and he uses his brain to understand his humans. In no time flat, Arlo has learned the meaning of the words sit, come, lie down, no, and good boy. He’s fascinated by people, even unfamiliar ones, and looks to greet everyone and anyone he meets. He’s also terrific around other dogs. New to leash walking, Arlo is currently being taught proper leash manners and becoming more and more comfortable with the great outdoors. He’s not a lover of freezing cold temps or heavy rain, but then again, who is? In spite of that, he’s making excellent progress being house trained and his entire face lights after receiving praise for getting it right! Atta boy, Arlo! Arlo does all the normal things you’d expect from a puppy. He’s super playful, he takes long naps, he loves playing with toys, and he lives for affection. He goes wild for head pets, belly rubs, butt scratches, and having his long floppy ears caressed. He’s a true people dog who yearns to love and be loved in return. Between Arlo’s wonderful disposition, sweet soul, and gorgeous face, he’s a hard one to resist. If you’re looking for a terrific young dog with whom to share your life, Arlo should be calling your name! Woof woof! If you would like to give this wonderful dog a home, 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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Ash

Collie Hound (Unknown Type)

Male, 5 mos
New York, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Well hello there, Ash! This adorable 4-month old, 26-pound (as of 1/10) 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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Liam

Collie Australian Cattle Dog

Male, 3 yrs 2 mos
New York, NY
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi there, my name is Liam. I am a very handsome 3-year-old, 73 lb Collie/Red Heeler mix and I’m looking for a forever home. I was off to a bad start as just another stray dog in Texas, living on the streets, trying to make it on my own, with no microchip, no tags, and sadly no owner. I was taken in by a dog rescue that placed me at a boarding facility a year and a half ago. With no prospects for adoption (it’s very slow here in Texas), 4 Little Paws Rescue was asked for some help, so now I can get my picture and my story out there for everyone in the Northeast Coastal region to see and hopefully I hit the jackpot and find a real forever home! I am a total sweetheart, friendly and happy, excited to meet new people, and anxious to play with doggy friends, like an overgrown puppy that has been cooped up for too long. I LOVE to run, I have gobs of energy, tons of enthusiasm, and would make an excellent running buddy, but I might also be perfect for agility training, or catching frisbees on the beach, and I could probably learn how to wrangle your cattle if you have any. There are so many possibilities for me to have a wonderful life instead of being kept in a kennel. I love attention and tummy rubs, and every sort of doggy treat there is. I’m not the slobbering kissy type, but I’ll cozy up beside you for pets and scratches. It shouldn't surprise you that I love going for walks and going for car rides, I’m always happy to go somewhere. I am already housebroken, I don't guard my food, and loud noises don't scare me. I’m not a digger but can jump a low fence. I am fully vetted and already neutered, and more than ready to blow this pop stand, get out of Texas, and get on my way to a LONG AWAITED brand new life! * We encourage you to send us an email with your #1, #2, and #3 choices, and we will be happy to help you find a pup to complete your family! Also, please continue watching our listings as we post new dogs multiple times a week. There is no need to fill out another application, just let us know what other dogs you are interested in as they come up.
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Bella (AL)

Collie

Female, Adult
New York, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs,
Story
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website. Bella (AL) is a female Collie mix estimated to be 18 months of age at time of rescue from AL in March 2023. She weighed 26 pounds at that time. Bella is good with people and other dogs, is up to date on core vaccines, has been spayed, and is microchipped. Bella is the perfect lady with beautiful black fur, no chewing, no excessive barking, just excessive snuggles and kisses. She is also intelligent and affectionate, and her favorite pastime is being hugged and petted. Bella would love a home where her people will spend lots of time loving on her. Bella would also love a fenced in backyard or a home with people who can take her on long walks throughout the day.  This beautiful girl l ikes her crate and will quietly hang out there when needed.   Bella is smart, well-behaved and such a love.  She's good with other dogs but would do best in a home with older children who can respect boundaries. Bella is a great dog who will be a wonderfully loving addition to her forever family. If you would like Bella to be the addition to your family, please apply online to adopt Bella (AL) at www.rescuedogsrocknyc.org.  ********************* RDR's adoption fees include the cost of spay/neuter/microchip at an RDR-approved facility, whether completed before adoption or if deferred because the pet is too young or has a medical issue.  All pets are also current on age-appropriate vaccines at the time of adoption. Given technical constraints on this database, this pet's location may not be as listed here. We can, however, provide transport support for pets in foster at a considerable distance from the adopter. Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.March 2, 2024, 9:39 pm

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Riley

Collie Border Collie

Male, Adult
Westport, CT
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Riley, born in January or February of 2015 is a tricolor, smooth coat, collie/border collie mix with some brindle markings on his legs. He has experienced 2 failed adoptions. 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. Even though he was still somewhat leery of men he didn’t know, he would actually seek attention from men with whom he was familiar. He got along well with the dogs in his foster home but he behaved aggressively toward any new foster dog that periodically come in. He is not good with cats as he showed aggression toward the clinic cat at our vet’s office. Riley was adopted a second time, but after a year of trying different techniques to manage Riley’s difficult behaviors his second adopter felt that she could no longer handle him and once again Riley was returned to us. He left us weighing 55 pounds and returned, markedly overweight, at 78 pounds. He is now back to a healthy weight. Riley has had extensive training. He is quite smart and learns quickly. He rides well in a car and walks well on a leash unless he meets a dog while out on the walk, in which case he will pull and act aggressively. 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. Riley is located in Arkansas. His adoption donation is $415 which includes the $165 transport fee. If you would like to adopt Riley, the first step in the adoption process is to fill out an online adoption application. You can find a copy of that application here. We sometimes receive a lot of interest on an animal and can't always reply to each email in a timely manner. An application does not obligate you to adopt from us, but it does show that you are serious about the adoption process. Please remember we are all volunteers. After you submit your application, please allow a few days for a volunteer to review your application. During this time your vet reference will be checked and a volunteer with determine if it is the best match for you and the animal. Applications are not approved on a first come, first serve basis. We match up the best home for the animal, so even if the pet has other applications, this does not mean he/she will be adopted to that home. Once your application has been approved a volunteer with contact you to set up a phone interview. This is the perfect time for you to ask any questions you have about the adoption process and the animal you are interested in
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Riley

Collie Border Collie

Male, Adult
Parsippany, NJ
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Riley, thought to be born in January or February of 2015 is a tricolor, smooth coat collie/border collie mix with some brindle markings on his legs. He has experienced 2 failed adoptions. 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. Even though he was still somewhat leery of men he didn’t know, he would actually seek attention from men with whom he was familiar. He got along well with the dogs in his foster home but he behaved aggressively toward any new foster dog that periodically come in. He is not good with cats as he showed aggression toward the clinic cat at our vet’s office. Riley was adopted a second time, but after a year of trying different techniques to manage Riley’s difficult behaviors his second adopter felt that she could no longer handle him and once again Riley was returned to us. He left us weighing 55 pounds and returned, markedly overweight, at 78 pounds. He is now back to a healthy weight. Riley has had extensive training. He is quite smart and learns quickly. He rides well in a car and walks well on a leash unless he meets a dog while out on the walk, in which case he will pull and act aggressively. 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. Riley is currently in Arkansas. His adoption donation is $415 which includes the $165 transport fee. If you would like to adopt Riley, the first step in the adoption process is to fill out an online adoption application. You can find a copy of that application here. We sometimes receive a lot of interest on an animal and can't always reply to each email in a timely manner. An application does not obligate you to adopt from us, but it does show that you are serious about the adoption process. Please remember we are all volunteers. After you submit your application, please allow a few days for a volunteer to review your application. During this time your vet reference will be checked and a volunteer with determine if it is the best match for you and the animal. Applications are not approved on a first come, first serve basis. We match up the best home for the animal, so even if the pet has other applications, this does not mean he/she will be adopted to that home. Once your application has been approved a volunteer with contact you to set up a phone interview. This is the perfect time for you to ask any questions you have about the adoption process and the animal you are interested in
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Sawyer

Collie

Male, Young
South Amboy, NJ
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
1 year old, collie mix, neutered, 40 lbs, utd on shots & chipped. Gets along with kids & other dogs, he has not been cat tested. If interested in adopting, please go to HSARNJ.org and fill out an application. Thank-you! ALWAYS check your spam🙏
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Capri

Collie American Pit Bull Terrier

Female, Adult
Staten Island, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Capri! Capri is a playful energetic and social 1 year old Collie/Terrier/Pit Bull mix! Capri loves to play outside with her four fur-foster siblings. She LOVES playtime, so furry companions who can keep up with her playful puppy nature are preferred! Other than that, Capri has been the perfect house guest! She's crate trained, house trained, and sleeps through the night, but is an excellent watchdog. She will bark to alert you if a person or another pup is approaching. Exercise is a must for this little lady! She is completely leash trained and loves going on walks with her foster family. As far as new friends go, Capri warms up quickly and absolutely loves to be pet endlessly. Capri would make an excellent companion for just about any family or household! She can't wait to meet you! Capri is currently being fostered in Staten Island, NY. Her adoption fee is $425. All of our animals come spayed or neutered, fully up to date on vaccinations, including rabies (if age appropriate) and Bordetella, are microchipped, heartworm negative, current on flea/tick and heartworm prevention, dewormed, and treated for any ailments found upon veterinary examination. The adoption fee covers a portion of these services, and makes it possible for us to continue rescuing animals. For more information on the adoption fees and the adoption process, please complete our adoption application here: https://www.louieslegacy.org/adopt - an application allows us to get to know your family better so we can assess whether the animal you are interested in is a good match for your home. An application does not obligate you to adopt. Please understand that due to the volume of applications some animals receive, we are unable to contact all applicants. If your application is considered a good fit for the animal you are interested in, or even a different pet, a volunteer will give you a call as soon as possible. We are a foster based rescue and do not have a shelter location where animals can be seen during the week. Please see our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/LouiesLegacy for our weekly adoption album if you are interested in meeting an animal in person. Not all animals attend every adoption event, please check our Facebook page for animal event times and locations before you make a trip to meet a specific animal.
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Espresso

Collie Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Male, Puppy
Staten Island, NY
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Expresso! Expresso is a 3-month-old, 17-lb Collie/Terrier Mix who loves kisses and cuddles, or taking naps on your lap or beside you. His superpowers include being a fast learner (he learned three commands on his first week in foster care, such as "Potty; Come, Kennel (to enter kennel/crate) along with his litter mate Eggnog. He likes learning new tricks (with a little treat as a reward) such as, "fetch, he goes after the ball/stick and keeps it -Aah! still a work in progress. He likes it when litter mate Eggnog chases him & wrestles with him in the yard. Gets along well with people. He is still unsure about walking on a lease in the city with the car's noise, yet he is walking more on a lease. He loves playing in the fenced yard and greets people with a playful bark. He is house-trained and crate trained, Expresso goes outside for "potty with no indoor accidents or in the crate thus so far! He sleeps through the night without any accidents nor does he tear up his crate cushion. He likes to keep some of his favorite chewy toys in the crate. He will alert you at night (a yelp/whine) if he has to relieve himself (command "potty) outside and quickly returns to his "kennel to return to his sleep. He loves to please and he loves to be rewarded for a good job! Some of his favorite things so far are chew toys to help with teething, chopped-up hot dogs while learning new tricks, Milk Bones, and food puzzles. If you're looking for a dear companion to greet you with kisses/licks every time you walk in the door and love to snuggle at night or naptime, and take walks; he is your perfect match. Expresso is currently being fostered in Staten Island, NY and his adoption fee is $500. To adopt this animal, please visit https://www.louieslegacy.org/adopt All of our animals come spayed or neutered, up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, are microchipped, heartworm negative, current on flea/tick and heartworm prevention, dewormed, and treated for any ailments found upon veterinary examination. The adoption fee covers a portion of these services, and makes it possible for us to continue rescuing animals. For more information on the adoption fees and the adoption process, please complete our adoption application here: https://www.louieslegacy.org/adopt - an application allows us to get to know your family better so we can assess whether the animal you are interested in is a good match for your home. An application does not obligate you to adopt. Please understand that due to the volume of applications some animals receive, we are unable to contact all applicants. If your application is considered a good fit for the animal you are interested in, or even a different pet, a volunteer will give you a call as soon as possible. We are a foster based rescue and do not have a shelter location where animals can be seen during the week. Please see our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/LouiesLegacy for our weekly adoption album if you are interested in meeting an animal in person. Not all animals attend every adoption event, please check our Facebook page for animal event times and locations before you make a trip to meet a specific animal.
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Eggnog

Collie Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

Female, Puppy
Staten Island, NY
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Eggnog! Eggnog is a 3 month old, 17-lb Collie/Terrier Mix who loves kisses and cuddles, lots of naps, playing with her chewy toys and being close to her people. Eggnog's superpowers include being a fast learner (learned three commands on her first week in foster care, such as "Potty," "Come," and "Kennel") and learning new tricks! She LOVES learning new tricks, and is currently working on how to play fetch! Eggnog gets along well with people and with other dogs (she loves to play chase and wrestle with her brother, Espresso). She is still unsure about walking on a leash in the city and loud car noises, but loves greeting people with a playful bark. As a bonus, she is house trained and crate trained, going outside for "potty with no indoor accidents or in the crate, as long as she is taken out regularly. More of Eggnog's favorites? She loves to please and she loves to be rewarded for a good job, especially with hot dogs and Milk bones! Some of her favorite things are her hard teething bones, rubber balls, a Kong stuffed with frozen chicken bites, chew toys, and food puzzles. She loves to take naps on her human's lap too. If you're looking for the biggest lover and companion who will greet you with full body kisses every time you walk in the door and loves spooning and snuggling at night and at naptime, she might be your perfect match. Eggnog is currently being fostered in Staten Island, NY. Her adoption fee is $500. To adopt this animal, please visit https://www.louieslegacy.org/adopt All of our animals come spayed or neutered, up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, are microchipped, heartworm negative, current on flea/tick and heartworm prevention, dewormed, and treated for any ailments found upon veterinary examination. The adoption fee covers a portion of these services, and makes it possible for us to continue rescuing animals. For more information on the adoption fees and the adoption process, please complete our adoption application here: https://www.louieslegacy.org/adopt - an application allows us to get to know your family better so we can assess whether the animal you are interested in is a good match for your home. An application does not obligate you to adopt. Please understand that due to the volume of applications some animals receive, we are unable to contact all applicants. If your application is considered a good fit for the animal you are interested in, or even a different pet, a volunteer will give you a call as soon as possible. We are a foster based rescue and do not have a shelter location where animals can be seen during the week. Please see our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/LouiesLegacy for our weekly adoption album if you are interested in meeting an animal in person. Not all animals attend every adoption event, please check our Facebook page for animal event times and locations before you make a trip to meet a specific animal.

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Below are our newest added Collies available for adoption in New York, New York. To see more adoptable Collies in New York, New York, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
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Ruth

Border Collie

Female, 4 mos
New York, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Ruth is a 3-month-old, approximately 12-pound female Border Collie mix from Alabama! Ruth is a curious, energetic, and loving pup.  She is continuing to adjust during her time in the city. Ruth enjoys eating, chew toys, and exploring her indoor surroundings. She is working on basic obedience training (she knows "sit" so far) and will need a patient family who can continue and expand on this training and reinforcement. Ruth has just started potty training outside, and uses potty pads inside her foster home as a backup, as well, during the transition. She’ll need a patient foster who will continue this training and help her along with her leash skills. She’s doing great for a beginner so far! The sights and sounds of the city don’t seem to bother her at all while on walks and she loves the attention she gets from strangers. Ruth has done well in and out of her crate and pen during the day with enough toys for stimulation. She sleeps well in her crate through the night, but does need to be let out once during the night for a potty break until she's a little older.  Ruth loves to be cozy with her foster family and can often be found with her favorite chew toy or bully stick. Ruth is looking for a medium to active family due to her young age and breed. She appreciates downtime and naps in between her and active moments, and when she's awake, she loves being part of the household action and seeing all that is going on, and burning off her typical puppy energy with play time.  She is currently being fostered as a solo dog, and while she had two puppy siblings prior to being fostered, she has not been around other dogs, cats, or children in her foster home, though she does happily and eagerly accept pets from strangers.  Vaccinated for rabies, DA2PP, and bordetella. Needs a DHPP booster in 2-3 weeks. Neutered and microchipped. Flea, tick, and heartworm prevention due 2/19. To apply for Ruth, visit our website (www.waggytailrescue.org) for an adoption application. It is important to fill out an application as soon as possible for consideration, and we require a complete application for you to meet an animal. We are currently unable to respond to general email inquiries as an all-volunteer run rescue. If the animal is on our website, they are still available. Waggytail Rescue CANNOT guarantee the exact age of any adoptable dog, or final size of any of our adoptable puppies. We rely on the information provided to us by veterinarians, shelters, owner surrenders and other circumstances bringing the dog into our rescue. Adoptions: adopt@waggytailrescue.org ##1942822##
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HARRIS

Cattle Dog

Male, 3 yrs
Manhattan, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Please read everything below and submit an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org if this pup seems like a good fit for your family :) HARRIS is arriving to NYC on 2/17/24. They are available for foster to adopt starting that day. Please email fostertoadopt@socialteesnyc.org with the subject line HARRIS if you are interested.  HARRIS - Cattle Dog Mix, 3 years, 51lbs, Neutered  We cannot guarantee 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! Please read everything below and submit an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org if this pup seems like a good fit for your family :) Home Recommendation We don’t know everything about this pup as they will be arriving soon. Most often our adult dogs do great in the city after a few days of adjusting to a new environment. Adult dogs are a great option for adopters who are more “green”, first time adopting or fostering. We recommend starting with an adult dog. They are much more manageable.  It’s so much fun to see their personality come out as the days go by.  Level of Dog Ownership Experience Needed HARRIS  is an Intermediate level adult dog. This means that ideally the adopter has primary dog ownership of a breed or energy level similar to this dog. At a minimum the adopter should have solid experience doing things like dog sitting, or fostering dogs of a similar breed. Adopter should be comfortable with taking care of this breed or similar breeds. .  Energy Level  Higher - - This dog will need a solid continuous 90 minute walk (at a minimum) in addition to potty breaks/relief walks/short walks. Working breed dogs were bred to do jobs so it’s super important to make sure that they get the right level of exercise and stimulation daily. Working breed dogs need more than just simply being “let out in the yard”.  Personality        Since these dogs are arriving soon we don’t have tons of information on their personalities. But we know that this dog is friendly with humans and other dogs. Our rescue partner does an incredible job of sending us the most awesome dogs :)  Cuddle Factor Medium - - It’s fair to expect that most adult dogs are going to be a medium level of cuddly. Some are more cuddly for sure. But medium is about the average. This means that usually they enjoy a good cuddle session but are also happy to be on their own (don’t need to be velcroed to you at all times).  Potty Trained Yes - - Our adult dogs that come to us are usually potty trained. But, transitional accidents are super common. So you should be ready for a “transition week” as they get used to your schedule and their new environment. We suggest finding dirt, grass or gravel for them to do their business on (they are coming from the south) and keeping them on a set potty schedule. Comfy With Strangers? Yes - - Most of our adult dogs are comfy with new people. But just like people, each dog has their level of extrovertness. We always like to remind people to go slow and let the dog take the lead with meeting new people!  Social With Children?  (ALWAYS requires supervision) Not Sure - - Our adult dogs do best with homes with kids that are respectful and aged 8 and up. Little kids can be scary to a lot of adult dogs.  Social With Dogs? Yes - - We know that this dog is good with other dogs. But, every dog has their own version of how much they want to engage with another dog. For example not every dog is going to love the dog park. It’s important to keep social interactions brief at first and work your way up as you get to know the dog more.  Social With Cats? Not Sure - - We do not know if this dog is good with cats. Better to air on the side of caution and say no. If you’re obsessed though and are an approved adopter please email us and we’ll see if we can cat test them prior to their arrival :)  Mouthy Play   Lower - - Most adult dogs aren’t super mouthy. But this can vary, sometimes they weren’t fully trained out of their mouthy stage and can be mouthy when excited or wanting to play. We do suggest getting some good bones and things for them to be able to chew on as it is a great stress reliever during transitions.  Leash Manners Working on This Skill - -  Most of our adult dogs have to work on this skill. They are coming from the South where often they aren’t fully leash trained and not to mention they now have to deal with all of the variables of living in a city. We suggest keeping your dog on a short leash as you get to know them. We are huge advocates of teaching your dog heel, its a great way to make sure that the dog isn’t pulling you down the sidewalk.  Jumping Manners Low - - Most adult dogs are pretty good about not jumping up on humans when they are excited. But, you might have to work on this with them.  Separation Anxiety Lower - -  Most adult dogs are pretty good at being left home alone. We suggest leaving them home alone for a short amount of time (at least 10 minutes)  and see how it goes and build from there. Transitional separation anxiety can be common. Many times we hear from our fosters that the first few times they leave their dog home alone they do cry but it disappears pretty quickly the more often they do this.  Medical Status Up to date on their DHPP, Bordetella Vaccine and Rabies Vaccine. Heartworm Negative, Spayed(females)/Neutered (males) and microchipped. De-wormed upon intake.   How Did They End Up With Social Tees Animal Rescue? This pup was originally left anonymously at a high volume shelter in TN where they were at risk of euthanasia. Our rescue partner based down there pulled this dog, had the initial veterinary care done, and transported them to NYC. While in Social Tees care, they are kept in attentive and loving foster homes. Many dogs are rescued from the south because the pet overpopulation problem there is much worse than it is in the northern parts of the country. This seems to be because far fewer people are having their pets spayed/neutered in the south, the climate is warmer so animals are reproducing year round, and the human population in these areas is less dense so there aren't enough people to adopt them. In NYC and the surrounding area, we have a large human population, which in turn means the animals find forever homes at a higher rate up here. :) PLEASE NOTE: This animal is not at the Social Tees office — all of our dogs and cats are in foster homes while they wait to find their forever families. :) If you’d like to apply to adopt this pet, please complete an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org. Because we are a small team and receive hundreds of applications each week, we are unable to respond to every application and every inquiry email, but we do our best. Please have patience! If your application is approved, you will for sure hear from us. If you have questions, please take a look at the Adoption and Fostering FAQs etc. on our website as all common questions are answered there. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we work to save these innocent lives!!  LEARN MORE ABOUT US: socialteesnyc.org; Instagram via @socialteesnyc; Facebook.com/socialteesanimalrescue
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CHERRY

Cattle Dog Labrador Retriever

Female, 3 mos
Manhattan, NY
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Available for foster to adopt. Please email fostertoadopt@socialteesnyc.org with the subject line CHERRY if you are interested.  Expected to Be About 55lbs  Please read everything below and submit an adoption application at socialteesnyc.org if this pup seems like a good fit for your family :) Heeler/Lab Mix, 9 weeks (as of 1/27/2024), 8 lbs, Spayed female We cannot guarantee 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! Home Recommendation Puppies do best in homes that are ready to commit to their needs. Raising a puppy is lots of fun but we won’t beat around the bush: it’s also a lot of work. Puppies can be raised in the city or out of the city. They are very adaptable. Puppies need adopters that are full of energy themselves and can keep up with their new four legged best friend.  Level of Dog Ownership Experience Needed  CHERRY is an Intermediate level puppy. This means that ideally the adopter has primary dog ownership of a breed or energy level similar to this pup. At a minimum the adopter should have solid experience doing things like dog sitting, or fostering young dogs or dogs of a similar breed. This means that if you've only dog sat, fostered or owned a senior dog or low energy breed then this isn't the right fit for you. Adopters should have some hands-on experience with taking care of puppies and/or teenagers. Adopters should be comfortable around working breed dogs. Adopters should be ready for everything that entails raising a puppy: lots of training, patience and socialization. All puppies have the potential to develop into the goodest boys and girls but it’s in the hands of the adopter. Lastly, adopters should truly understand that a puppy is going to go through many developmental phases. Energy Level  Higher - - As an adult this pup will need a solid continuous 90 minute walk (at a minimum) in addition to potty breaks/relief walks/short walks. Working breed dogs were bred to do jobs so it’s super important to make sure that they get the right level of exercise and stimulation daily. Working breed dogs need more than just simply being “let out in the yard”.  Personality        Life of the Party - - Puppies are sweet, fun and little energizer bunnies.  Cuddle Factor High - - Most puppies love to cuddle with their humans. They are affectionate and love some good cuddles.  Potty Trained Working On This Skill - - This puppy is currently a paws off the ground puppy (hasn’t finished vaccine series). This means that if the puppy is going outside it shouldn’t be walking around. Okay to have this puppy walk around in a private outdoor area like a yard or courtyard but can’t be in a high traffic area like a park and most NYC streets. At this age puppies use pee pads. Potty training takes a lot of patience, consistency and of course cleaning up. Comfy With Strangers? Yes - - Puppies are super friendly with new people, they love to make friends. It’s super important to socialize puppies in a safe controlled environment.  Social With Children?  (ALWAYS requires supervision) Yes - - Puppies are okay for homes with respectful kids aged 6 and up. Puppies are not a good match for kids younger than 6 years old as puppies go through teething phases: which can be very intense and result in little kids getting hurt.  Social With Dogs? Yes - - Puppies have all the potential to be extremely social with other dogs. Socializing puppies with other puppies and adult dogs is a huge part of raising a puppy. It should be done in a safe and controlled environment: puppy classes and playdates with trusted dogs are a great way to do this.  Social With Cats? Yes - - Fun fact all puppies have the potential to be best friends with a cat. It’s on the adopter to help set boundaries with the cat (like not being able to chase the cat). The cat should also be a friendly cat as a puppy is not a great idea for a grumpy cat.  Mouthy Play   High - - puppies go through really mouthy phases. The mouthy phase is partly due to “teething” but also a big part of mouthy behavior is the puppy brain developing into an adult dog brain and having a need to play.  Important for adopters to be ready for this can. It can be one of the more challenging parts of puppyhood. Proper training, socialization, stimulation and boundary setting is very important for getting mouthy behavior under control. Leash Manners Will Need to Learn This Skill - - This puppy is currently an indoor puppy/paws off the ground (hasn’t finished with the vaccine series yet). But, it’s never too early to start training for leash skills. Many trainers recommend starting to train the command heel (best way to prevent pulling on the leash) from an early age. For puppies that are going to grow up to be a decent size we highly recommend investing in professional leash training from a young age (easier to teach them when they are small versus being in a position where they are dragging you down the street).  Jumping Manners Will Need to Learn This Skill - - Puppies are prone to jumping up on people when they are excited. It’s important to work on this behavior from an early age. It’s cute when they are little but not so much when they are full grown. Good habits start early. Separation Anxiety Medium - -  Most puppies have some level of separation anxiety as they learn to self soothe. Often they cry the first 10 ish minutes when they are first left alone or being crated. It’s super important to leave your puppy home alone every single day so that they can practice this skill and grow their self confidence.  Medical Status Up to date on their DHPP and Bordetella Vaccine. Adopters will need to finish the DHPP vaccine series and administer the Rabies vaccine at 16 weeks of age. Spayed(females)/Neutered (males) and microchipped. De-wormed upon intake.  How Did They End Up With Social Tees Animal Rescue? This pup was originally left anonymously at a high volume shelter in TN where they were at risk of euthanasia. Our rescue partner based down there pulled this dog, had the initial veterinary care done, and transported them to NYC. While in Social Tees care, they are kept in attentive and loving foster homes. Many dogs are rescued from the south because the pet overpopulation problem there is much worse than it is in the northern parts of the country. This seems to be because far fewer people are having their pets spayed/neutered in the south, the climate is warmer so animals are reproducing year round, and the human population in these areas is less dense so there aren't enough people to adopt them. In NYC and the surrounding area, we have a large human population, which in turn means the animals find forever homes at a higher rate up here. :)

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