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Case Histories of Rescued Dogs

Celebrate Your Dog

Read some illustrated short stories about dogs written by their owners.
Send us your story to share in this section

Some case histories of dogs we have rescued.

Sally and Her Pups - Born in rescue - photo and video history.
Annie - The story of a 'Golden Oldie'.
Kane (re-named Cain) - Puppy farm bred and a real survivor.
Rosie - From aggressor to 'mans best friend'.
A Proper Little Gentleman - Ben - a very nervous boy.
Some more Case Histories - Short stories about 9 dogs.
The Wily Sheepdog - The story of a blind working sheepdog.

Some special cases from the Celebrate Your Dog section with other stories.

Patch - With letters from a rehomed dog about life, the universe and anything.
Natalia - RSPCA cruelty prosecution case.
Shetland Tess - The remarkable story of a stray dog from Shetland.
Nap - One of the best
Dot- A true friend and colleague.

Border Collie Rescue always has a lot of dogs in our care and a lot of dogs waiting to come in.
We do not 'import' dogs from other countries into the UK as there are too many dogs here already that are homeless and we think the people that support us would want us to help these dogs and their owners, as a priority.

We also believe that if you import dogs from other countries it can be counter productive for those seeking to improve animal welfare laws in those countries because it makes the situation look statistically better than it really is and allows legislators and those who oppose new laws to argue that legislation is not necessary and the situation is not as bad as claimed.

We only re-home dogs from the UK into homes in the UK.

By taking the time and trouble to properly assess each individual Border Collie we are able to pass on accurate and honest information about the dog to applicants, so they can make an informed decision about adopting the dog.
We also offer a 4 week trial period before adoption the formal adoption to make sure the match is compatible.
By taking the time and trouble to gather information on the homes being offered we are able to offer suitable matches to applicants, taking the 'pot luck' out of re-homing and providing a responsible service to both the dogs and the people who apply to adopt one.

If you are interested in adopting a Border Collie from us,
please do not write to us or email us - we want to speak to you before we start the process.
Please phone us during office hours. Details here.
Calls to our office and mobile will only be answered during our office hours