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Rook is a fun loving and active dog. He is 4 years old. His mother is a purebred Border Collie and it is presumed that his father is a Yellow Lab. Rook loves to chew on a good bone or go for a jog. He loves, LOVES, loves to swim and is an amazing companion. Rook also loves to play ball and retrieve.  He would be a good companion for a young single guy. Rook needs a home with a strong/comfortable owner. He does not do well with other dogs and needs to be in a one dog only family. He is incredibly loving and will always stay by your side proud to be your dog.  Rook is neutered and current on vaccinations.
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.
​Australian shepherd or Border Collie or Shepherd mix female puppy. 7 months old. Sansa - Looking for a 4-legged friend to share long strolls with, snuggle up on a cold night, and chase those squirrels out of your yard? Sansa would be the perfect fit! She loves her people, she loves to run. She is kennel/crate trained and knows basic commands. She is house trained with a doggie door. She's not the fondest of car rides, but when she gets to where she's going and relaxes, she is good. She is a protector, you will know if a stranger comes on your property and a good steak (she's never had steak, just treats and canned food which is her favorite) is the only thing that will bring her close to them. She is food motivated, and I think you'll be able to train her to do anything. She loves to run, and please. She is submissive and head shy unless she trusts you (even then she may piddle).  

​Hi! I’m Rangely and I’m a spayed female seven year old Australian Cattledog (red heeler). Just a little secret about me, I am the “Indiana Jones” of dogs. I do it all: I love the backcountry, going snowshoeing, hiking, swimming, playing frisbee and spending lots of time at the dog park. I’m up for ANY adventure, so I need a parent as active as I am. I love my people, but do best in a home without small children. As for dogs, I have a lot of doggie friends. I take turns playing ball with my younger foster brother and am careful to be patient with my older, blind foster brother. I like cats too much, so a home without cats is a must too. When it comes to cuddling, there is no one better at it than me. I’m very attentive, playful, and am always looking for a good belly rub. So, if you think you can keep up with me and my adventurous lifestyle, fill out an adoption form and we can talk about those belly rubs.

​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.  
This handsome big fluffy boy is Ely. He is a collie mix about a year old and has only just arrived from New Mexico. He will weigh about 65 lbs once he is at a healthy weight. He is great with people, great with dogs and learning about cats. We don’t know yet if he is good with kids. Ely is a high energy dog and will need regular exercise in the form of walks, hikes and other activities. He is very playful and is excited about having found lots of new toys to play with. His favorites are chew toys and tennis balls. Ely loves to play with water on hot days. He is learning to enjoy life indoors as well as walking on a leash. Since he is a smart boy, he learned to sit on command on his first evening. While he has never had the opportunity to participate in obedience training, we think he is eager to learn and would enjoy it very much. ​
​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 a beautiful 3-5 year old cattle dog. He has a big smile and an even bigger heart. Fletch was turned into a shelter as a stray and spent three long months there. In spite of this, he is sweet, kind, loyal and fun loving. Fletch loves with his whole heart. Though they say he struggled a bit in the shelter, since being out he hasn’t met a soul he doesn’t love. He even loves the vet who neutered him : )  
As we get to know Fletch better, we will update his bio, but we don’t need to know him better to know that he is an absolutely wonderful dog!

​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. 
Kacee is a 9 year old tricolor mini aussie, about 30 lbs.  She is a bit on the timid side and will do best with a loving, patient, and quiet household.
Skylar is a sweet older border collie.

 Katniss, Kat for short, is a 4-year-old Red Tri Australian Shepherd. She is spayed, up-to-date on her shots, and micro-chipped. Kat is such a happy dog.   She is so loving and ready to please and easy to teach new things to. She is extremely food motivated. She has rarely met a stranger. She is house trained, however, she can become very anxious and have an accident in the house. She is kennel trained and sleeps well in a kennel. It is hard for her to settle down to sleep without the kennel, and she will always potty in the house if not in the kennel. She wants to do any activity that you are doing, walks, hikes, runs. She is also happy to lay in the house while her person is reading, cooking or cleaning.  She eats in her kennel, she can be food aggressive with other dogs; never with her person.  She is very good with adults and children.  She is good with cats.  She loves chew toys, stuffies, Nyla bones, balls. She does not have any bad chew habits.  She walks well on a leash using a Gentle Leader/Head Harness. She is so excited to go for a walk that she is a puller.   She is very good in a fenced yard.  She loves car rides, but I recommend that she be in a harness or kennel.  She's very good getting a bath, dry and brush and has had many.  She is afraid of thunder or any loud noise like firecrackers or gunshots, she is good in the house. Commands that she is good at: sit, down, recall, lay down. The number one negative trait is how she greets people. If loose she jumps on them and will use her mouth and teeth to greet people. She is not biting and she's not aggressive with people. She is a licker. She's good with kids but being with small children might not be good because she is all over them and would knock them down. She is selective with how she gets along with other dogs. She is very jealous of other dogs and wants all of the attention from people.  We feel she would do best in a home as an only dog. If she sees a rabbit, squirrel or livestock she will chase it, if she gets more than 25 feet away from you, you won't get her back easily. She does need the person to be the leader and make the decisions, not her.