Many rescues and shelters are at capacity. We are doing our best to help all dogs in need. If you are interested in helping, please contact us to learn more about volunteering and fostering with WBCR.
We currently do not have dogs in our care. Check back soon. Thank you for your patience.
Check out our courtesy listings on our “Other Dogs” page. These dogs are NOT with WBCR and are being rehomed through their current owners. Contact the owners for more information. Quantum or Sid are currently listed on our “Other Dogs” web page. They are looking for Border Collie-savvy homes.
If you want more information about:
- Giving up your dog, click the Relinquishment tab or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need to re-home your Border Collie, or if you are from a shelter or animal control facility, fill out our relinquishment form. We often accept dogs from neighboring states – Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and the Great Lakes area; we prefer to evaluate the dogs prior to taking them into foster care to make sure they will get along with the pack in the foster home.
- Adopting a dog, click the Adoption tab.
- Becoming a member, click the Membership Application tab. We are especially in need of members who can be approved foster homes.
- Making a donation, visit PayPal for fast and secure donations or email email@example.com.
- Purchasing items from our store, click the Merchandise tab or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rico – ADOPTED!
Wisconsin Border Collie Rescue (WBCR) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, and is the effort of a dedicated group of volunteering individuals who love the breed and are concerned about the growing number of unwanted Border Collies within the midwest. Our purpose is to take in stray and unwanted Border Collies and find them homes where they are loved and understood. It is our responsibility to give back and to help those Border Collies who would otherwise fall to the wayside. All of the Border Collies in our care are spayed/neutered, heartworm tested, and current on vaccinations and actively using heartworm preventative. When possible, the dogs are also microchipped. During the time that they are with us, they are housetrained, taught basic manners, and when possible, crate-trained. We teach the dogs what we can to give them the best chance for a happy life with their new family.
If you want training advice, please let us know. Part of what we do is educate people about how to live happily with Border Collies.