We are a 501(c)(3) non-
© 2014 Northern California Border Collie Rescue
Enjoy a slide show preview of our dogs available for adoption by pressing the Play button below!
To see and learn more about these amazing dogs,
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Item . . . Roxy, mom to the Flintstone Pups who were all adopted in August, is now being treated for heartworm. Per usual treatment, a month at least of crate rest for Roxy, but she’s earned the rest.
Item . . . Oat adopted! Thanks to Sydnie and JR (the doxie) for giving Oat, our second rear leg amputation case, a loving home. Here’s a link to a video of Oat in action.
Item . . . Eliot & Copper. The six year old brothers are undergoing their second round of heartworm treatment and crate rest. We’re looking at the later part of September for their return to duty.
Item . . . Pollyanna’s fractured leg deemed mended, now in rest & recuperation. Read full story and watch a moving YouTube video.
NCBCRA Medical Report
Are you looking for a new home for your border collie? See our Owner’s web page to post a photo or possibly to surrender your dog to rescue
Click on the video cam or text link at left to see our collection of videos, featuring some of our dogs currently available for adoption as well as some of the dogs we have already adopted.
NCBCRA Upcoming Events
Microchip Clinic + Yard Sale; Saturday, October 11 at Twin Ridges Home Study Charter School, 111 New Mohawk Road in Nevada City; 8:00 am -
Microchip cost is $20, cash or check (no credit/debit cards); cost includes free lifetime registration with Save This Life + $1000 pet insurance if injured when missing (or register your existing microchip for life for $10) For microchip info contact Jane at email@example.com
Our success breeds success! We are in need of foster homes throughout Northern California.
Please email us if you can help. Thank you.
Microchip Clinic in Yuba City; Saturday,
October 4 at Pawformance Pet Specialties, 4013 Colusa Highway, Yuba City; (530) 885-
Casey, a red & white border collie was literally minutes from running out of time at the shelter when NCBCRA foster mom Peggy Wilder hustled over to rescue him. Casey is sight impaired, particularly in daylight. Enter his forever rescuer, Tim Ewing. Casey became Quincy and now has a wonderful life with Tim & pack mate, fellow bc, Zona. Read more of this great success story . . .
When Folk Singer pup Mary (now known as LuLu) is at the dog park and is being hassled, say by some snotty Schnauzer, she can tell the offender to step off or she’ll tell her terrier big brother Rufus. If that doesn’t do the trick, she’ll can tell her really, really big brother Irish Wolfhound, Dragon. Thanks to the McDonalds for giving all of these dogs a great home and life!
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