Dogs seen here are posted to help their owners find homes for them.    Border Collie Rescue WTN makes no representation as to the health or temperament of these dogs but we offer them a chance to find a home through our website.  If you are interested in one of these dogs, please contact the individual listed with the dog.

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MOWGLI

This adorable little boy showed up on his owners doorstep. He is now a courtesy posting for Border Collie Rescue. Here's what his owner says about him,
"Mowgli is a beautiful two-year-old Border Collie mix and one of the most loving and playful dogs I’ve ever met. He loves to be around people and other dogs, and when he isn’t playing fetch with his favorite soccer ball he is snuggling up with his foster mom.

Mowgli is super energetic and needs someone with attention to match — he’s fine being left home alone, but gets anxious if he can hear people in another room and he can’t be with them. He knows basic training commands, is housetrained and is working on leash walking but he would benefit from additional training to help channel his energy (which can sometimes lead to chewing if he is alone for too long)."
A fenced yard is required. . Mowgli weighs about 35 pounds, has been neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, heartworm tested (neg), and current on heartworm and flea prevention. His re-homing fee is $100.

Applications for Mowgli can be found at www.bordercollierescuewesttn.org

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Bailey is an Australian Shepherd/Blue Heeler mix (known as a Texas Heeler) born on 10/12/2019. She is spayed and up to date on shots. She is housebroken, but only for up to 6 hours.
She is also kennel trained. She is good with cats, kids (she's protective of them), and other male dogs. She is NOT compatible with other female dogs in the home. She knows "sit,wait," and "sit pretty." She will sometimes do a high five or handshake. She likes the idea of fetch, but is still trying to catch onto bring the ball back. She is off-leash trained but will need to learn her new family before she could be relied on.
Bailey was kept in a kennel with 3 other dogs for the first year of her life. She did not leave this cage. It was a hopeless situation for her.. After she was rescued we set to work on rehabilitating her.
As Bailey has matured, she has become more of a dominant female and is not compaible with other female dogs. Bailey will require a fenced yard and she has a $100 rehoming fee,
She is a good dog who needs the right home. The right home would be a home with another male dog or no other dogs. Cats and families with kids are more than okay. Bailey needs an active home. She is shy around strangers so a kennel is recommended for her care so she has a safe zone to go to when you have company.
If you are interested in Bailey, please contact Katie at catherinethomas106@gmail.com

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