Adopted collies must be indoor/outdoor dogs!Adopted collies must have a fenced backyard!
Adoption fee - $400.00 for Rescued Collies
- Includes all vaccinations, spay or neuter, fecal check, heartworm check, flea & tick treatment, and grooming.
We realize that there are good homes for Collies in states other than the Carolinas and have no objections to out of state adoptions if, when a match is made, the prospective adopter is willing to come meet the Collie and take him or her home. We will work very closely during the adoption process to suggest a Collie that will fit in at your home. However, only you can say this is the right Collie for your home.
Date of birth
Rescue Collie's name
Age and Description
List the dogs you currently own or have owned in the last 3 years:
Breed? Spayed/Neutered? What has happened to him/her? Still have?
List the cats you currently own
Do you have children and if so what are their ages?
Vet reference and phone number:
Do you have a fenced yard? Yes No
If yes describe fence
Are your current pets on heartworm preventive? Yes No
Are you familiar with local animal ordinances? Yes No
Does any member of your household have allergies? Yes No
Do you plan to chain or tie your Collie outside at anytime ? Yes No
Are you employed? Yes No
Are you or your spouse currently serving in the military? Yes No
May I come to your home and visit this pet ? Yes No
Has your pet ever been taken to Animal Control? Yes No
If yes, why, and did you redeem it?
Why do you want this Collie?
Will your Collie be kept: indoors outdoors both
Who will be responsible for this Collie?
What will you do with this Collie if it is not working out?
Do you Own/Rent If renting, provide name and phone # of landlord
Do you live in House Apartment Mobile Home Condo
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