The rescue was established in 1998 and now rescues, rehabilitates, and rehomes many Border Collies. The result of keeping a Border Collie in a kennel or very small confined space can already be seen after a couple of days. They run around the kennel ...
our main goals:
To provide immediate safe shelter for our rescued animals where they stay until they are ready to be placed for adoption.
To provide up to date vaccinations and spaying and neutering services for our rescued animals.
To help keep people with their pets by donating food and helping them find low cost veterinary clinics.
To educate the public about proper animal care and pet overpopulation.