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We continue to consider how we can begin to rehome given the unique nature of Border Collies and the difficulty in ensuring their safety and your safety whilst meeting the limits of the rehoming guidleines and the need to rehome responsibly. This page will offer details of particular dogs that we are able to rehome if and when we can consider rehoming. Please read all the information and follow the process that is outlined.
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FARAH - 12 YEAR OLD FEMALE - DELIGHTED TO UPDATE THAT FARAH WAS REHOMED ON 19TH DECEMBER, JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS
Farah is coded "yellow" she is a 12 year old black and white medium coated collie. She came into our care from another rescue after being found as a stray in early October. She had a cystic mass (noncancerous) to her back end and tail which has now been removed. The operation looks to have been successful but the long term prognosis for any reoccurrence or related problems is difficult to know.
She appears to have some degree of hearing loss.
She is a calm friendly girl and loves human company. She has been fine with our centre cats and at the previous rescue did roam loose with other dogs but would snap if they pestered her (to be expected after her recent operation) She travelled well on a long journey to us crated in the back of a small van and is clean and settled in her kennel.
Please call us if you'd like to discuss further, (the website is always completely up to date)