Last updated on: February 15, 2020
The Dogs Who Are Independently Available (scroll to the bottom of this page)
As is the case with breed rescue groups all across the country, there are so many dogs that need a home, and far too few foster spaces to take them in.
If you are interested in one of these dogs, we have included the name and contact information for the caretaker/owner. It is up to you to check out the dog & make arrangements. It is not necessary to fill out an adoption application to adopt one of these dogs.
We are not responsible for these dogs as they are not in our rescue. We do not warrant these dogs, their temperament nor their health, nor do we know anything about them other than what the owners/shelters/caregivers have told us. All potential adopters should thoroughly investigate any dog that they are interested in.
WBCR does not charge an adoption fee for these dogs, but fees should be negotiated with the shelter or family housing the dog.
Are you ready to have your heart stolen by BANDIT the Sidekick? Bandit is a 1 year old, 30# border collie mix who barely escaped a high kill shelter and was rescued by the group we volunteer with. His foster mom says he is a happy pup who loves to snuggle and give big hugs! He is a little shy at first. He loves playing with his foster human family and his foster canine brother. But he is much too interested in cats so his forever family cannot include feline siblings. He enjoys car rides. He is a typical energetic young border collie and loves taking walks and running in the backyard. He needs someone who understands and can direct his border collie energy, intelligence and need to develop social skills with humans and canines. Bandit is house trained. He is learning to walk on leash well and sleeps in a crate at night and when foster mom is gone.
He loves being pet by kids when he is on lead but needs to be taught how to direct that enthusiasm when it comes to jumping in greeting.
That’s where the savvy forever family’s compassion, consistency, and appreciation of border collie character comes in! If you are looking for a cuddle bug, a velcro boy who loves to be by your side and can shepherd this boy into adulthood please fill out an application at the link below for ASA Recue:
-$275 adoption fee includes vetting.
-Fostered in KS. Transport available.
This page is only a listing for dogs needing help. But we would appreciate knowing if the dog should be removed from these pages.
If you would like to see your Border Collie listed on these pages please email us a picture and a short bio including some contact info to email@example.com
It is not necessary to fill out an adoption application to adopt one of these dogs.
These dogs are not in foster care with WBCR. They may be in a shelter or with a family who can care for them until they are adopted. If you are interested in one of these dogs, we have included the name and contact information for the caretaker/owner. It is up to you to check out the dog & make arrangements.
Here is a list of the things we use to evaluate a dog.
You can use these to assist you in learning the
basic temperament of a dog you are considering,
This page is a listing for dogs needing help. But we would appreciate knowing if the dog should be removed from this page. WBCR does not charge an adoption fee for these dogs, but fees should be negotiated with the caretakers of the dog.
Please contact the webmaster
if you are having trouble contacting any of the rescuers listed or if you think the pages need to be updated.