Carolina Border Collie Rescue

is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue and adoption

of abandoned, neglected and mistreated border collies in the state of North Carolina.

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Bella beach collage

Hope you’re doing well!!  Bella had her first trip to the beach and it was a camping on the beach trip.  We got there Friday and left Sunday.  She did great!  She loved every minute, from chasing the foam blowing off the ocean in the wind and watching people play catch with a football.   She also had her first homemade ice cream this week.  We make our own ice cream and give it to them as a nice summer treat. She loved it.  All is going well, we couldn’t be happier with her :). She’s having a blast and so are we!

Bella beach ice cream

I’ve Been Adopted

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China is a stunningly beautiful, intelligent, and affectionate 10 month old border collie who missed out on the early socialization and training she needed.  She is eager to please, learns quickly, is full of amazing potential.  She received no interaction in  early puppy days, and was purchased from the  breeder by a couple with excellent intentions but a challenging environment for a young border collie.  She spent most of her time in an outdoor pen with two large older dogs, until one dog took a dislike to her. The owner brought her inside but the landlord objected.

To read more about China click here.

I’ve Been Adopted

Stryker headshot

Stryker is a gem! This beautiful, sweet 6 year old boy had a wonderful home but his owner, who had been ill, could no longer care for him. Out love for Stryker, he contacted us and made arrangements for the little dog to come into foster care. He arrived with all his belonging – toys, bowls, leash, collar, food, medical records and details for his care. The day after Stryker was settled in his foster home, the owner passed away. Unlike many shelter dogs and strays, this guy knows what he’s lost!

To read more about Stryker click here.