Male, 1 Years
Male, 1 Years
Say hello to our young athletic JOEY! He is a 1 yr old, 38lb smooth coat boy who loves the Frisbee and ball above all. He will play ball or leap in the air for the Frisbee until you say its time for a break, then he will settle down happily at your feet. JOEY also loves his people and follows his foster mom around the house adoringly. He loves to cuddle and will be your BFF! He gets nervous in situations where there are a lot of people or people he does not know. He needs slow introductions to new people and he would do best in a home where there isn’t a lot of new people coming and going often.
JOEY gets along well with his foster pack but can be selective with some dogs. He likes to chase cats, so a no cat household is best. JOEY is young and goofy and very puppy-ish still. He makes us laugh with his silly antics and exuberance for life. He would love to be in a home with other dogs but they would need to be OK with his playfulness and energy.
JOEY is potty trained and rides well in the car. He is working on his leash training and does best on a halter. Once he gets some energy out, he walks pretty well. He will need some basic training. He is very food motivated. JOEY sleep quietly in his crate at night and does fine when left alone for a few hours during the day. He has not chewed anything inappropriate.
JOEY is a high energy boy who needs daily exercise and lots of ball or Frisbee play time. He is very athletic and would do well with someone who is looking for a Frisbee/ball buddy. Once you get to know him, JOEY is a sweet as can be and will make a wonderful companion for some lucky person.
JOEY is micro-
JOEY is being fostered in Folsom, CA in Sacramento County.
Thank you for considering adoption of your next best friend from NCBCRA. Our Border Collies are waiting to join your family.
NCBCRA is always looking for new foster families to provide a lifesaving chance for a Border collie.
NCBCRA is a non-profit 501(c)(3) committed to rescuing Border Collies in Northern California in order to find them their forever homes.