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Border Collie Rescue, Australia
Border Collies Available for Adoption

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  • Gretel 11 yo old black and white female BC Afghan cross (Brisbane)

  • Nicky 5 year old black and white shortcoated female BC cross (Fraser Coast QLD)

  • Cash Special needs - 7 month old blue merle male BC cross Koolie (Ipswich, QLD)

  • Max 7 yr old male classic black and white BC (Sydney)


Gretel --- (posted 15/8/2018) ---

Gretel is a stunning girl in classic black and white colouring, with Afghan proportons. Her family circumstances have changed and they are regretfully seeking to find her an alternate home. Gretel is a gentle and soft girl who loves adults and loves her walks. She is also an excellent watchdog. Gretel is not fond of children or other dogs, so this needs to be considered in the choice of her new home. A home without children, where Gretel could be the only dog is sought. For more information on this beautiful girl please contact Pamela on 0438 099 532


Nicky --- (posted 2/9/2018) ---

Please welcome Nicky. She is a 5 year old border collie X. Nicky is up to date with all vaccinations, desexing, worming etc. She is very shy at first so a bit of patience will be required. Nicky is non-reactive to cats and my neighbours' dogs, but she would be suited to an only dog home. She is such a cutie when she does come out of her shell, she will chase the ball possibly twice and return it once then game over :-D, but loves her walks, pats and being around her hoomans, she is such a delight. Her adoption fee is $250 and she is available for meet and greets and is available for 2 week trials for a fully refundable $50. Fraser Coast Animal Rescue 0447 175 511


Cash --- (posted 29/12/2018) ---

Cash is a stunning young boy who needs an experienced and committed BC home with no small children and preferably no other dogs. Cash is extremely affectionate and is never far away from his favourite people. Cash is extremely intelligent and learns fast when adopting modern reinforcement-based training. Cash struggles with anxiety (not serious separation anxiety) especially with strange sounds and scary objects (e.g. kids on bikes, riding in cars etc). Cash is also an extreme resource guarder around food. He has a bite history due to the resource guarding. Although Cash will show bite inhibition initially (no punctures), if he feels this isn’t working, he will bite as hard as required. For this reason, he is currently in temporary housing with a positive reinforcement trainer who is working with Cash’s anxiety levels, handling issues and guarding triggers with good short-term results (videos available for viewing). With the right home, a good management plan, and support from a positive reinforcement trainer, Cash could a great addition to any home. Might you be that home? If you think you might, then please call Molly on 0402698961.


Max --- (posted 12/1/2019) ---

Max is a happy healthy boy who loves people and other dogs. He enjoys the dog park and the beach, and any running games. The only regard in which Max needs some management is his fear of fireworks and thunder, shared with the majority of sensitive dogs. Max would like a family with a bit of space, and/or plans to be active with him and make him part of the family. His own family's circumstances have changed. For more info on Max please contact Arman at armanestrella37@gmail.com Max is microchipped and desexed.


For general information on BC rescue email  bcra@bcra.org.au 


site updated January 15, 2019

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