Successful Adoptions

Each and every creature deserves to be appreciated and loved. That is what rescue work is all about.

It often takes the efforts of many people to provide this bridge between the dog’s old life and their new one. There are the shelter people who call us, the owners who work hard to find us and insure their dog is placed safely into rescue. There are the people who offer financial donations which ensure complete and proper medical care of each dog during their stay with us. There are the people who transport dogs from one location to another, often giving up entire weekends to drive very long distances. And there are our ever so vital foster homes that are the life blood of any rescue program.

We salute everyone who helps these dogs and offer sincere gratitude for your generous spirit and hearts.

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Kali Kali
Adopted: December 1, 2014
Border Collie (short coat)

Kate Kate
Adopted: March 26, 2016
Border Collie / Great Pyrenees / Mixed (medium coat)

Kaya Kaya
Adopted: July 23, 2018
Border Collie (medium coat)

Kendall Kendall
Adopted: April 13, 2019
Border Collie (long coat)

Kensa Kensa
Adopted: September 16, 2017
Border Collie (short coat)

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