Interested in fostering?

 Fosters are one of our greatest needs,   We could not do this without all of you! There are always more dogs than there are foster homes.  If we find a border collie in a shelter and don't have foster space, we have to turn the dog down.

Won't you consider giving a temporary home to a Border Collie in need? We provide support to all foster families, including all expenses incurred (apart from food, and this can be arranged if necessary), and support to help with problems and questions.

Fostering a Border Collie is both a rewarding and learning experience.  It means a commitment of anything from a few weeks to a few months, and almost always results in an adoption to a permanent home. Foster homes are expected to commit to their foster dog for their entire period in foster care, both because it is unsettling for the dog to be moved to a different location, and because we rarely have immediate space to relocate a dog. Please contact us at contact@bordercollierescuewesttn.org or complete an application at "Apply to Foster/Adopt" 

 

 

Donations are always needed to help us pay our vet bills.  All donations are used 100% for the dogs' care and are tax deductible.

Help me, I need a short term foster until July 21.

This is "Hunter" & we just rescued him.  He had run out of time at Memphis Animal Shelter when they called & told us they had a small border collie that needed help.

Hunter is only 32 lbs & thin, neglected & tired of being lost and hungry on the streets of Memphis.  He was somebody's dog because he is oh so sweet. 

If you can foster this boy until July 21, please call Georgia at 901-216-5035 or email to contact@bordercollierescuewesttn.org