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Thomas is a border collie/corgi mix.  He is about 8-9 years old.  He is a character but probably needs an experienced and firm home as he will push limits when permitted.
Wrigley is a neutered 12 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.

Opie is a very smart, higher energy Border/Aussie mix. He knows verbal and hand commands for come, sit, stay, heel, roll over, back up, bring me your ball “no, the other ball”, he learns commands often after just a couple instructions, and loves to fetch balls and frisbees. He will be your hiking buddy as he loves the trails and is particularly good off leash but will heel when told to. While very anxious to go on walks, he will chill out with you in the evening. He is neutered and up to date on vaccinations. Being a smart active dog, he does best with plenty of exercise and stimulation such as daily walks, instructions, ball chasing, and going for rides.  
Opie endured some rough times before he came into Herd and has made great progress, however, he still has some food aggression, and over- excitement issues to work out with his forever home. But on his walks, he enjoys meeting other people and friendly dogs. At this time, it is recommended that Opie not be in a home with young children. He has gotten used to our cats but is still a little wary of them when they get close. We think he would be best with an active family where he has a job to do and be in the company of his people. He has been diagnosed with Pannus requiring daily drops in his eyes which he takes very well.

Princess is a 2-3 year old Australian Shepherd/Pyrenees mix.  She has a gorgeous fluffy tail!  Princess may do best in a home with no other dogs as she has some food aggression, but with a little management could be in a home with other dogs as well.  She will need to continue her obedience training and manners in her new home.  She is nervous with new people, but very lovey when she warms up to someone.  This is a girl who wants very much to please and would like to melt your heart with her big puppy-dog eyes.  She likes hikes and lots of treats.
From Dora's current home: We have had Dora for the last six years.  She was about 4 months old when she came to us. 
Dora has many very lovely qualities. She's very nurturing and always keeps an eye on her pack to make sure they are all cared for. She's been excellent with children (we have a two year old daughter), and she's very loving toward all her people. 
The issue we are having is that she started attacking our other female terrier/chihuahua mix shortly before our daughter was born. We have been keeping the dogs separated for the last 3 years. In that time, Dora has lived peacefully with as many as 4 male dogs, all of various breeds, sizes, and ages. While on walks around our neighborhood, Dora is not aggressive when encountering other dogs. In fact, she prefers to avoid other dogs that she meets when we're out and about. She is crate trained, does very well on a leash, and has had some basic obedience training. She has never been exposed to cats so we don't know how she would do with them. She is up to date on all shots, has no known health issues, and just had a dental at the end of February. We think she would do very well in a home as an only dog or with male dogs only. 
​Ranger is a 4 year old Border Collie/Great Pyrenees/Weimeraner/Saluki mix.  He is neutered and weighs about 75-80 lbs.  Ranger is a fairly calm dog who loves hanging out with his person and getting rubs.  He likes going on leashed hikes and soaking in the sun.  Ranger needs a  home with no children.  Due to socialization issues, Ranger needs a home without too much contact with strangers and proper management.
Luna is awesome. She's a 4 yr old, prior owners who got ahold of the shelter told them she's a heeler/husky/aussie/pit mix. She is higher energy. Big fan of people and loves to cuddle. Will bring me her toys to throw all day. I think she'll be a good candidate for a trail running partner. She ran with my roommate today and did great! (Just 2 miles for a start). She does well with other dogs that she knows and lives with but is reactive when she sees unfamiliar dogs. Crates up super easily and loves to ride in the car. I think she's about 45 pounds.  Luna can be obsessive about lights.  Luna has been started in agility classes.

Update: Luna had some medical challenges with her tail which resulted in her needing to have her tail amputated.  She has adjusted well and you would never know she hadn't had her stump her entire life!
Mac is a 3 yr old male neutered Kelpie. Mac is an absolute sweetheart but is a bit of a special needs dog due to a rough background. Mac is a shy and nervous dog meeting new people and being put in new situations. Mac has learned a lot about trust while in foster care but he is still at times wary of people standing and moving around him, so a home with no children is a must. He needs another confident, well balanced dog around that can help him continue to learn to trust. Mac does love all dogs and especially puppies, but no cats or other small animals in the home. He is a typical Kelpie in the fact that he is very high energy and high prey drive. He needs 2-3 long walks a day to help drain his energy. Walks or hikes are where you actually see him become a dog once he becomes comfortable with the person and place, but he can be a bit of a flight risk whether its due to fear or prey. He is very comfortable on lead though. Mac will require a very patient home and a person who is ok with not have a cuddle buddy.
Taylar is a 4 year old Australian Cattledog.  She is on the smaller side for her breed.  She loves people!!  Not so much a fan of other dogs, so would do best as an only dog that can have all the treats and petting for herself.  She likes hiking and snuggling!  She also shows great potential as a kayaking dog!

Squirrel is a 1-2 year old border collie.  He needs a little work on housetraining and socialization.  He would do best in a home that is very outdoorsy.  Squirrel needs a home with no cats.  Dogs are fine.

​Sully is a fun and personable Australian Shepherd.  He is about 43 lbs and estimated to be 2 years old.  He does have a habit of door dashing (and not the money earning kind!) so will need a home that can work on him with this issue.  Otherwise he is a fun and easy dog.  Sully will play with the other dogs but I think it is because he gets pressured into it by the other dog. He's housebroken, has not chewed up anything, walks well on a leash, is generally well-behaved, set some boundaries with another dog. I think he has been around cats and doesn't take much interest in them at all. He is not a high drive dog. He would prefer just to lay around and be chill. I crate him when I am not home, not because I am concerned about his house manners but because I am concerned about him getting loose. He doesn't like the crate. So barks when he is in there. I don't think he really needs to be there, just a safety precaution on my part. He definitely will door dash, window dash, gate dash, look for places to get out of the fence. But, he doesn't dig, so there's that. He doesn't jump. Doesn't climb. He has learned how to open up the baby gate. I am sure he has done it before.  He is neutered. He has all of his shots including his rabies and is microchipped. He's probably a purebred or as close to purebred you can get without knowing for sure. Nice, dog. Nice, dog. Knows sit and leashed trained. Loves the car. Knows his name already.  He doesn't like the vacuum, sweeping and mopping nor lawn mower - easy to handle but it makes me concern he may chase cars, hence, why I am super careful. I do not want to test that theory at all.  
Howie is a gorgeous tricolor Australian Shepherd.  He has high anxiety and needs a home that will work with him on his anxiety.  He is fine with cats and is good natured with other dogs (although some herding breeds tend to target him).
 Addie is a cool little dog. She's around 2 years old and blind in one eye. No concessions are necessary for Addie though - she's a very brave dog when provided encouragement. She is housetrained and knows "sit". Her only real quirk is an obsession with moving cars. This isn't a problem on leash - but if she's off leash (in the yard or the car) she becomes reactive (very vocal and will try to chase the car or run back and forth along the fence). It's a work in progress! She's very comfortable with the kennel and she's becoming a good running partner! Addie does have a prey drive, and would not do well with cats. She gets along really well with other dogs! She is an athletic dog, with a lot of energy - however she does have an off switch, and naps with the best of them. Addie is a sweet girl.  Yes, she is blind in that one eye and the vet thinks she has been for a long time, probably due to some trauma.  She does not require any further treatment for it and no accommodation other than she might run into things on the side she cant see.  She likes people and would probably be good with nice kids.  Since she likes to chase cars she would do best in a yard with no nearby road and/or with a solid privacy fence.
Ms. Peeps
Ms Peeps is a 12 month old mixed breed sweetie.  She likes attention and being told how pretty she is!  She is a bit shy with new people but steadily gaining confidence.  She likes most dogs.  
Bogart is a 16 week old St. Bernard/German Shepard/Husky/Heeler/Great Pyrenees mix with about 12 other breeds mixed in, including 1% Chihuahua. So needless to say he is going to be a large dog. He is currently 40lbs and growing. Bogie is such a gentle soul, he loves all dogs and people and believes that everyone will loves him as much as he loves them and that’s a lot. Bogie is house trained, kennel trained, knows basic commands, walks great on lead, and his recall is coming along. He would love a home that could take him on walks, give him belly rubs, and maybe has a four legged friend to play with him. He is an easy-going boy that if you have room will make an incredible friend!
Indie is about 5 years old.  She LOVES going to work with her person and getting attention from clients at work.  She would probably make a good therapy dog.  DNA results suggest she is about 50% German Shepherd, with Husky, Aussie, Malamute, and Chow thrown in for good measure.  She is a sweet girl who is moderately active. She prefers her space with other dogs but can tolerate them with some management.  She has lived with a cat in the past but would need re-introduction to the idea of living with a cat.  She is great with kids and people of all ages.
Cinch is a 20 week old St Bernard/Heeler/ German Shepherd mix. Cinch is a sweet, fun, Velcro puppy. He loves being with people and does well with other dogs. He is very outgoing and charms everyone he meets. When he came into rescue he was sick and underweight, so he can be a little possessive of food and especially bones. We have been working on this and he is getting better, but continued training on this will be needed. He is house trained, kennel trained, knows basic commands, and is learning to walk on lead. He will need lots of exercise and training to ensure he is successful in life. If you’re looking for fun, playful, energetic friend that can go keep up with you, but snuggle up and night, then Cinch is your boy. 
Rowdy Roo is a 20 week old St Bernard/Heeler/German Shepard mix puppy. He is going to be on the larger side for a dog. He is a sweet, gentle, sensitive puppy that loves people and other dogs. He tends to be more easy-going than a typical Heeler puppy, but that does not mean the Rowdy side doesn’t come out on occasion. He loves to play with toys and his favorite thing is curl up on the couch and nap. Rowdy does get nervous in new situations, but once he realize he is fine then he becomes his usual goofy, happy self. Rowdy is house trained, kennel trained, knows basic commands, and is learning to walk on lead. He will need a home that will continue to build up his confidence. If you’re looking for a sweetheart of a boy, that loves to curl up on the couch and goes for walks and hikes, then Rowdy is your boy.