Come Bye Border Collie Rescue adult dogs offered for adoption have been heartworm tested and are on heartworm preventative, spayed/neutered, up to date on shots, microchipped and, in season, on flea/tick preventative.
Come Bye Border Collie Rescue puppies are wormed for intestinal parasites, received their age appropriate vaccines and are microchipped. If too young to spay or neuter, the adopter will agree to spay or neuter the puppy as a part of the adoption, along with the payment of an additional $100 deposit.
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General Color: Black with Brown, Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
Current Age: 5 Months 17 Days (best estimate)
Avery is smart and beautiful 4 months old Cattle Dog Mix, she is being fostered in Plymouth, Indiana.
Avery is smart and beautiful but needs an experience cattle dog handler. Not a good pup for first time dog owners. She is a puppy whom is energized and active and enjoys many toys, especially squeaky toys. Avery is super smart and took her a day to catch on to a routine. She is crate trained and content to sleep all night. Avery is potty trained and informs you when she has to go out. She absolutely loves her Benebones to chew her little puppy teeth and learning not to bite hands. A lot of cattle dog pups tend to herd and grab people pant legs. But she does not! She is loving and licks new people especially if they are dog people. She is a shadow with her foster mom and like most cattle dogs you can not go in a room alone. She plays well with puppies and older dogs and has been socialized. Avery has a good recall to her name and offers a sit before she goes in her crate and at any request. She is learning how to walk on a leash and is an eager learner. Food motivated more then toys at this point. Avery does have a off button, but like most cattle dogs they need a nice place to run and stimulation of exercise and games. A fenced in yard is recommended due to herding dogs instincts to chase. She loves to sit and watch tv and cuddle. Especially loves neck rubs. Avery comes from a shelter as a stray found by someone. Puppies are hard and energized ones can be demanding, so do your research before you own the breed.
She needs an experienced cattle dog handler. Not a good pup for first time dog owners. She is a puppy whom is energized and active. Avery is super smart and took her a day to catch on to a routine of feeding time/ where her crate is and we are working on potty training. She gets excited and will piddle, so can’t really talk excited to her. She absolutely LOVES her Benebones to chew her little puppy teeth on. Even at an early age of 3-4 months old this little cattle dog follows people like a shadow. She likes to play with the other puppies and toys, but LOVES to sit on her foster moms lap and closes her eyes as she gets a neck rub. Avery seems to be sensitive to any deep voices and gets fearful and will stay her distance but is very curious. A fenced yard would benefit this pup and for security of the owners. She does have a quick sprint. Need to know the cattle dog breed and she needs plenty of stimulation and exercise. Avery will be a good combination of play and cuddles. Avery comes from the shelter in Indiana as a stray found by someone. Puppies are hard and energized ones can be demanding, so do your research before you own the breed.
Avery would do best in a home with children over the age of 7.
If you have questions about Avery, please email firstname.lastname@example.org . For additional information on Border Collies and our adoption process, please visit our website at www.comebyebcrescue.com. If you have questions about Avery
*** The potential adoptor will get a refund on the Application Fee if it’s determined by the Foster Parent that it’s not a good match for the dog and the dog for them.***
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