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Quirk is a 3 year old Border Collie mix.  He has an endearing expression and a sweet personality.  He is pretty shy with people but clearly wants to be involved with them.  He is good with other dogs and fine with cats with a proper introduction.  Oh, and did we mention the cutest ears?  Quirk is neutered and current on vaccinations.
Thomas is a border collie/corgi mix.  He is about 2 years old.  He is a character but probably needs an experienced and firm home as he will push limits when permitted.
Genny is a young female heeler cross. She is ever so sweet and loves her people.  Genny is house broken and knows sit.  Genny crates well and is a love to have around.  She does like to chase things that move, including cars, so will need a fenced yard.  NO CATS.

Hi everybody! My name is Jenny, as in “Jenny from the block.” I’m a Blue Heeler mix with some very pretty markings, if I do say so myself. I am a quiet, well-behaved dog and get along with all kinds of people and dogs, but I get extremely excited about cats and can’t be in a home with them. Cuddles and belly scratches are some of my favorite things, but I also love taking walks and have VERY good leash manners. I love to run, sometimes I even try to race cars to see how fast I am, so I really do need to be kept on a leash outside or have a fenced yard. I am perfectly kennel trained and will sit on command and ever so pretty if there are treats involved. But maybe the most important thing you need to know about me is that I will be your shadow and I will love you. I will chill with you on the couch, sit in the kitchen when you’re making dinner, follow you around while you do chores, ride in the car, and sleep next to you (or in a cozy doggie bed in your room). So, if you want to love me as much as I’m going to love you, fill out an application!
Max is a lovely 1 year old Australian Cattledog.  He loves to have other dogs to roughhouse with and might also learn to play fetch.  He is neutered and current on vaccinations.  The ideal home for Max would be one where he would have a job.  We can definitely see him herding cows.
​We’ve had some time to get to know Rally in foster care and have discovered his LOVE for people is unwavering! This 65lb. Aussie mix has a big heart, loves to snuggle, and can learn any new trick quickly since he’s so treat motivated. Rally loves to be outdoors and with his long legs and sturdy build, he is an excellent hiking companion. He would need a good amount of daily exercise to continue to be his happy self! Rally found himself in a shelter after being picked up as a stray, so we don’t know much about his past. Rally is selective with other dogs and would ideally like to be the only dog because he loves to be the center of attention. Rally’s ideal home would be an active couple or single person who are willing to work with him to get him to his full potential (and from what we’ve seen, the sky is the limit), a home that loves to be the world to their dog, and NO CATS. We believe he’s around 3-4 years old, he’s fully vetted, and he's more than ready to find his forever home!  
Beebee's puppies are girls.  They are now 3 months (12 weeks) old.  Their mom is a shaggy 20 lb dog.  Their brother's dna test suggested heeler/staffy/shih Tzu.  They are mixes in any case and super cute!

Bitsy is a little more mellow and shy. She loves to run and play with pretty much any kind of toy. She is good with kids but doesn't always remember to stay down and not jump on them. She's also still a little mouthy when playing with people. She is good with the cats and will play with them but is smart enough to stay away when they're not in the mood. She sits for treats and will sleep in her crate all night with almost no accidents in there. She is pretty vocal when she wants out of there but will quiet down after a bit and nap. She has scheduled feeding times and potty breaks but will still have accidents, as long as there are puppy pads out, she'll use them.  
​Sadie is a sweet girl. She is a 3 year old spayed female Australian Shepherd.  She's adjusting to her foster home and learning to get along with other dogs. She's housebroken with only one accident - it was raining. She's getting better on a leash. She loves affection and is affectionate. She likes toys. Loves to go on walks. She's getting better on recall. She really is nice dog - has never met a stranger. She is working on - getting along with other dogs, not jumping up, basic obedience and recall. She has been making tremendous progress in all these areas. She needs an experience dog owner, consistency and lots of love.  She is not shy at all. 
Fletcher is an amazing dog. He came to us from the Summit County, Utah, Animal Shelter in September after running out of time. He had been at the shelter for 90 days and needed to be rescued! He was taken to the shelter after being found running loose on a local cattle ranch, so his background is unknown.
Fletcher loves to be near you. He wants to be hugged and snuggled. He loves to play! and if you are too busy he will throw the toys for himself. He has a strong "playdrive" and probably shouldn't live with small animals or cats. If it runs? He wants to chase. He seems to have a some issues with strong male dogs, and gets along wonderfully with females.  
He is good with children and behaves very softly with them. However, I don't know how he would be with children who didn't know not to run and scream, so he could be better with older kids and adults. He is good in the house and doesn't chew rugs or furniture. He likes to sit on the couch and watch TV..........
Fletcher is a wonderful car dog. He just lays down and goes to sleep, if he isn't looking out the window. He lets you know when he needs to relieve himself.
He loves to go for walks, and has reasonable leash manners. He is strong, but controllable. The more we walk, the better he gets. We walk him on a buckle collar.
He has a happy disposition and wants to be good. He is very smart and learns quickly. He is both food and toy motivated, which makes him easier to engage.  
Fletcher is a beautiful 3-5 year old cattle dog. He has a big smile and an even bigger heart. 

​Jericho is a neutered 2 year old Australian Cattledog.  He is a sweet boy who becomes very bonded to his people.  He is a bit skittish and frightened by loud noises so will do best in a quiet household without small children.  He is good with dog and cats.  Jericho might be a candidate for apartment living.
Wrigley is a neutered 8-9 year old​ Australian Shepherd with a tail.  He's had a tough past and will need a patient person who is willing to accept his quirks.  He can be very loving and is a handsome boy.  He does have high anxiety and a few behaviors such as pulling on a leash and not tolerating grooming well.

​We believe Cinnamon may be a Kelpie x German Shepherd mix.  She is a LOVELY dog, about 18 months old and 55 lbs.  She is good with dogs, cats, people.  Has a wonderful calm demeanor.  Very smart and willing to learn.  Housetrained, spayed, and current on vaccinations.
Ruggles is about a 9 month Shepherd mix. She is ever so sweet. She is shy when meeting new people and can bark at them. I have been working with her on that and she is really responding well. She is a submissive girl and when she meets other dogs she usually lies down and rolls over. But does she like to play. I have a 1 year ish pup and the 2 of them play and play. My white Shepherd even plays with her which is unusual. She leaves my Lhasa Ahpso alone as he doesn't like to play. She crates at night or when I go out and we are working on basic commands. She is house broken. She is such a wonderful girl. Really smart. Ruggles would do well in a family with another playful dog. She is an active puppy and likes her walks and would love to run with you. I think she would also be a great hiking partner. She needs activity but she settles in the house great and usually I can find her sleeping in a sun spot. She would make an awesome addition to your family. 
​Are you looking for a new best friend or sidekick? Meet Lyndey - a total lovebug, who is searching for a person or family to call her own. She is house trained, quiet in her crate, does not chew things, and has a great off-switch. She will go and go and go if you want, but she is just as happy snuggled on the couch getting belly rubs and watching Netflix. Lyndey is shy with new people at first, but once she trusts you she will jump over the moon for anything you ask of her. She is athletic and loves to play fetch, so she could be a great performance dog – you should see her jump! In just a few weeks she has learned a nose target, go to mat, sit, down, and more.

Lyndey does jump up on people and has some typical cattle dog nippiness – so she may not do well in a home with younger kids. Her nips are very gentle though, and its usually only because you have stopped petting her or she is excited. She learns fast and is eager to please, but would do best in a home that can set some firm boundaries. She has not been tested with cats, but is very good with other dogs.

​Bee is a petite heeler mix, about 7 years old who is looking for a new home because her owner is going into assisted living. She is spayed and up to date on all shots. Bee is loving, enjoys walks and car rides. She gets along well with kids, but can be a bit snarky to small dogs and cats. She is fully house trained and well behaved. 
Obie is a fun, energetic, loving, smart dog. He's a 5 year old Australian Shepherd mix. His all time favorite activity is Frisbee! He also enjoys going for runs and hikes, chasing field mice, and snuggling up with his family. His favorite song to sing along to is "Ho, Hey." He's a quick learner with strong herding instincts and aims to please! He did Bark Busters training 2 years ago and shocked the trainer by how quickly he learns new tricks. He would love a home with lots of space to run and play. He gets along well with other dogs and has not spent much time with other animals. Kids' unpredictable behavior makes him nervous, so he'd be happiest in a home with loving, kind adults. 
​This gorgeous fluffy girl is Cali. She is a young adult Australian Shepherd. Cali is deaf and will need an adopter who has experience with deaf dogs or who is willing to put time and effort into learning to communicate with her. Cali is a smart girl and is very people focused. She is interested in learning sign language and picks up new signals more quickly than her fosters! She LOVES to go on walks and hikes, and likes to bark when she is happy or excited about fun activities. She can’t hear her own bark, but you sure will! Cali weighs about 55lbs and is a medium to high energy dog needing regular exercise. We expect her to be a great running partner too. She adores people, has great dog manners, is friendly with dog-savvy cats and she loves to play with all species. Cali walks well on a leash with an easy walker, and appears to be house trained and crate trained. She loves toys of all kinds, including fluffy toys, tennis balls, and chew toys.
Riley is a sweet, loving, and playful 6 year old border collie with a huge heart. He is a faithful companion, loves to ride in the car and go on long walks and runs, and looks forward to cuddling in the evenings. He did not respond to commands at first, but is very smart and already responds to sit and down and is working on wait and come. He was not crate trained, but he is already voluntarily going into and sleeping much of the night in his crate. He loves cats way too much, so Riley needs a home with no cats so that he can relax and enjoy the company of his people and other dogs. He is cautious around other dogs on walks, but we know he loves to play with dogs that he knows. Riley can be nervous around strangers, but once he knows he is safe, he warms up very quickly and will be kissing your chin in no time.
​Leah is an adorable smooth coated Border Collie mix. She is a petite, fine boned girl, around 35 lbs, she is around 1-1 1/2 years old. Her coat is silky soft and she has the best ears.  She has done well with dogs, she can get dominant with other females but has had zero issues with the resident male and with visiting males. She has been great with the cat, who is dog savvy and rubs against her face. She LOVES the 6 and 9 year children in the home, she would need some supervision with smaller children, she keeps her bounce to herself 90% of the time but could still knock a toddler over on accident. She is doing well with crate training but isn't ready to be in one for more than a few hours during the day. She does sleep in one at night, as well as sleeps in bed with her foster parents.
She enjoys fetch, takes treats gently and loves to climb in laps and bury her head your chest. She likes to follow her people around the house and happily goes for car rides even though she doesn't quite know how to balance in one yet. She's learning new things everyday, with a smile and a twinkle in her eye.  She has potential as an agilty, therapy or 4H dog. She would be fine as an only dog or with a buddy.
Argo is a 3-1/2 year old neutered male, tri color Australian Shepherd who is current on all shots.  He is looking for a home with a yard because his owner recently moved to an apartment and cant keep him.  He gets along with most dogs and has no problem with cats. He has not been around children so we cannot speak to his interaction with them.  He can be very protective and will growl and bark whenever he feels his home or master is threatened.  However, he has never bitten anyone. He loves to play fetch and go running. He behaves well for the groomer and kennel attendants.
Puck is an active and busy 7 month-old puppy. He has a short coat weighs about 20 pounds. He probably won't get much larger. He loves romping with our 3 border collies - and is taking their correction well. He is very playful, loves squeaky toys and will retrieve balls. He settles well when tired. Puck is 95% house trained, the other 5% is our fault. He needs to be offered 'potty outside' regularly and rewarded. Puck is very smart, he figures things out! We are working on his leash walking skills and he is doing great. He sits and gives his paw when asked. Puck enjoys being picked up and loved on, and really loves licking your face! Puck would do well in a home with another young and playful dog and probably would do well with older children. He is a happy sprite that will bring much fun and laughter to the home.
Molly is a spayed female 1 year old Australian Shepherd.  She has a fun and mischievous personality.  She might do best in a home without kitties as she sometimes likes to chase them for fun.   She will be a great hiking buddy or agility partner!
Pacqui is a 1 year old smoothcoat border collie or mcnab.  She is a big cuddler and likes to be active too.  She has a super expressive face.  She can be a little territorial about her crate or food, so would do best in a home experienced with multiple dogs or in a single-dog home.  She is at the prime age for training and looks forward to going to class and learning tricks with her new people.

Pippa is a 1-2 year old Chihuahua mix (although we joke that she is a Malinois/Sugar Glider mix).  She has such a fun and friendly personality.  She loves people and is good with kids.  She loves to snuggle under the covers with you at night and play fetch during the day.
Burke is 1.5 yr old, 50 lbs aussie/heeler mix. He is great with other dogs and is very playful. Burke loves kids! He can be reserved with some men but warms up quickly. He is active and enjoys hiking or related adventures. After a decent outing, he'll settle for a long nap and makes a great foot warmer. He knows basic commands and his foster family will continue expanding his skills. He will chase cats but doesn't pay any attention to sheep or other farm animals. Burke is full of personality and will make an excellent companion. He's house trained, current vaccinations and neutered.
Landon is a sweet, 8-9 YO border collie mix who has spent most of his life in the shelter with his brother, through no fault of their own. A HeRD volunteer has been spending a lot of time with him and his brother at the shelter, working with them in order to get them ready to move into a loving foster home. Landon is more shy than his brother and slower to trust, so we believe a quiet home would be best for this sweet boy. He does warm up after he gets to know you, but he will need a patient forever home that is willing to work on building his confidence. He's proficient on leash and will come when called once you have earned his trust. Even though he's spent most of his life with his brother, we think that they would do best in a home without each other. Separate from his brother, Landon is much more willing to accept all the love you can give him! Landon does well with other dogs, unknown with cats, and would prefer a home without small children. He is UTD on vaccinations, neutered, HW negative, and micro-chipped. Don't let Landon's age deter you either, he still has a decent amount of energy (the shelter staff describes it as a puppy-like energy) and would love to be your walking buddy and companion! He wants nothing more than to find his forever home that will let him live out the rest of his years without all that noise he's been used to at the shelter!  
 Kramer is a sweet, 8-9 YO border collie mix who has spent most of his life in the shelter with his brother, through no fault of their own. A HeRD volunteer has been spending a lot of time with him and his brother at the shelter, working with them in order to get them ready to move into a loving foster home. He was very shy of people when she first met him, but now wags his tail and jumps on his shelter door when he sees her, anxious to spend time with someone who understands there's still a LOT of love left in this world for him. Kramer is a quiet dog and extremely sweet! He is cautious when first meeting new people but quickly warms up. He is now proficient on leash, and will come when you call him. Even though he's spent most of his life with his brother, we think they would do best in a home without each other. He just needs some work building their confidence, and they are able to do this much easier without the other brother distracting them. Kramer likes other dogs, unknown with cats, and would do fine in a home with children. He is UTD on vaccinations, neutered, HW negative, and micro-chipped. Don't let Kramer's age deter you, he still has a decent amount of energy (the shelter staff describes it as a puppy-like energy) and would love to be your walking buddy and then curl up next to you on the couch and cuddle!  

From Lily's current owner:  Need to re-home Lily to a family that will train and provide her a job. She's 2 years old, very timid initially but a loyal companion once she bonds with her peep.  Lily is a very loving dog and has come a long way since I adopted her. She has separation anxiety but we have worked through most of it. She gets along with cats, but plays a little rough. I wouldn’t recommend living with cats. She is spayed, house trained and crate trained. I have done as much to rehabilitate her as I know how. Now she needs someone who can give her a job and take her to her full potential. She is very energetic, has strong herding instincts as well as focusing on sniffing things out. She is currently living on a farm but I have to keep her tied up so that she doesn’t become covered in cow manure, kill the barn kittens, or try to herd automobiles and tractors. This isn’t fair to her.  She is timid around little children. Not sure about behavior with other dogs but I believe she would want to be their friend.  
He is 3 years old. 3/4 border collie 1/4 Catahoula.  He's a super friendly, lovable dog.  He's great around kids, people, other dogs, and little dogs. He won't chase chickens, horses, cattle unless provoked by another dog, but he will chase cats.  He likes to dig.  He's never shown any aggression toward anyone, he loves everybody.  He knows come and down, and listens well. He's got lots of energy.
Asher is a 1.5 yr old red tricolor Australian Shepherd.  He is seeking a new home due to biting children.  He needs a home with no children.  He is affectionate with his people and will do well in a home experienced with the breed.
Gabby is a wonderful 5 month old Border Collie mix puppy. She loves every person, dog, and cat but also picks up on which dogs or cats do not want to play with her. We went to open space and she was very excited about the new experience. The people there and at the vet just loved her. Gabby is young, her intake vetting said 3-4 months. She is very cute and sweet and loves everything like a typical puppy. She loves to meet all people, other dogs, and cats. She is learning quickly and pretty much respects dogs and cats when they do not want to play with her. She is working on being house trained and is on antibiotics for a UTI. I think she could be a heeler, Jack Russel mix and is very smart. She also loves toys, bones and balls plus she loves food.
Dory is a soft sweetheart! This super gentle gal is a friend to everyone she meets. She enjoys meeting and playing with dogs, going for long rungs, and even nordic skis! She stays right by your side with a loose leash while on runs and most walks. She has moderate energy. In the house Dory is mellow and loves to lounge, cuddle, and be petted. While outside she can keep up with a long run, ski or lots of exercise. She loves to play and to interact with her humans. Dory has a good sense of boundary around our 9-month-old. Dory will lay gently next to her, allow her ears and tail to be grabbed and played with, and keeps her distance when wrestling with our older dog, even in the same room. 
Although she is not shy, Dory needs help with confidence and responds best to a gentle, nice voice. I find that a soft female voice is more comforting that a low male ‘growl’ to try to get her to comply with what we’re asking. She is anxious about loading up into a vehicle, but once is she settles in nicely and relaxes, even for long hauls. This gal is a wonderful dog for many home situations, family with kids and a busy house, or single person who can give lots of attention.