Sandy's foster mom described her as a very calm dog and loyal friend. She is possibly mixed with a larger breed such as Great Pyrenees. She is a striking girl and her new family lucked out to adopt her. A win/win situation for all.
Hayden is a super sweet boy who was found wandering in the desert (near the Hayden mines). He is thrilled to be living indoors again and gets along great with everyone kids, dogs, and horses. He is a great off-leash and settles down nicely at the end of the day. Happy days, Hayden!
It was love at first site for Chelsea and Olive. Her foster mom had her at work one day and Olive and one of her co-workers made eye contact and had an instant connection. The rest is history.
Greta came from a sad situation but she is such a sweet girl. She is small and petite with the cutest freckles all over her nose. Greta could catch and chase her ball all day long but she also loves taking naps on the couch. She is learning to sit and is getting better on the leash. She likes to play with her furry sisters, and to wrestle with my husband. Greta was shy and new things werescary at first, but with patience and a little time, she has become a very loyal companion.
Freddie was left in a shelter because he was getting old and frail. He's now got a wonderful, loving home to live out his life in comfort.
Bananas! Doesn't that just say everything about a puppy? Active and full of personality. This little pup is going to be a wonderful girl.
Cooper (formerly TC) was the cuddler of this litter of 5. He is a little more mellow and loves to give kisses too.
Baloo is tall, dark, and handsome with very expressive eyes. He was a little too much dog for his first owners so he was relinquished to our rescue. He needs an active home because he loves to run and play. He's also very loving and will curl up with you on the couch. Baloo found all of these things and is now living the good life with his furever family. Go, Baloo, Go!
I can tell you that Maddie is a wonderful dog, hard to believe that someone mistreated her at some point in her early life and then she became a stray. Although initially very fearful of people with aggressive barking, she has come such a long way and loves everyone (as long as she gets to make the first move). She is a very happy dog and has brought the Border Collie love back into my home, since my BC Abbey Road passed in 2018. I had fostered in the past for AZBCR and a few other rescues, but this one by far is my favorite due to Kelly and all the rest of you that make this an outstanding organization.
Maddie may have had a rough go of it in her beginnings, but she has already blossomed into a loving, friendly, extremely smart, loyal and happy girl. Still freaked out by trucks and getting better on her car rides-but, she's so very, very awesome and we continue to work on overcoming her fears.