Eminent Dogs, Dangerous Men: Searching through Scotland for a Border Collie by Donald McCaigThe engaging account of the authors search for a trained border collie in Scotland, to bring back to his farm in Virginia. McCaig delves into the mysterious pact between dog and man, which involves trust and deep communication. Traveling from town to town, to competitions and farms, meeting shepherds and trainers, McCaig introduces us to unforgettable animal and human characters.
Find a dog to rehome
As many of you know, our passion is for the abused farm dogs who come to us in a very poor state. These dogs need time and patience to heal. No dog is rushed to be adopted and some may spend the rest of their lives at The Spot due to the mental damaged caused to them by mankind. We never put a dog to sleep, no matter what their issues are. Gill has been rescuing Border Collies for 8 years. It has always been her dream to rescue unwanted and neglected farm dogs and this was realised when her network expanded enough to reach right across the UK. We are always looking for loving homes for the dogs who come into The Border Collie Spot and welcome all enquiries.
Welcome to the section of the site where you can find out what you need to know about adopting a collie how we assess dogs in our care and of course find details of all the dogs we have for rehoming. Unless mentioned otherwise, all the dogs we rescue are here at our rescue centre in Staffordshire. The details of the dogs available are updated automatically so our website is always up to date. For information on opening hours or our address, please follow the links to About Us. The dogs we have can change quickly, often on a daily basis. Our website is updated automatically as things change so is as up to date as we can keep it. However, if you are interested in a particular dog and perhaps travelling a long distance you might wish to contact us the day prior to your visit.
More details about our work can be found on the website including details of the dogs currently looking for new homes and how you can support our work. How to Donate and Help By simply spreading the word you can help Like all animal welfare charities your support is vital as we receive no local or central government funding so thank you for any support you are able to offer. We are always delighted to receive money donations, but also pleased to receive donations of articles such as toys for the dogs, blankets, food, collars and lead's, etc.
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How Do I Adopt A Collie
Rhea was a dog who came to us in having been found as a stray and subsequently found a new home. The charity aims to help as many Border Collies as possible. They rescue and re-home the dogs from all over the UK, with the hope that they will go on to live a much happier life with their new owners. This unrestricted revenue will go a long way in helping the charity care for the dogs at the centre. They have a Give as you Live button on the homepage of their website, they have featured it in their e-newsletter, and they also post regular messages on Twitter and Facebook. Ben Wilkes is a Trustee at the charity.