Moss – Please Help!

Dear Moss is a young man who’s had a very painful start in life and now he needs two new hips so that he can enjoy life pain-free.  However, we need to raise £12,000 (£6,000 per hip)!  We’ve just been told by his fosterer that his pain meds have had to be increased and that means more stress on his internal organs, too.  If you can spare anything at all we – and mostly Moss – would be incredibly grateful.  Please click on the donate button on our home page.  Thank you so much.

If you are interested in giving a dog a home please click The Border Collie Spot Rehoming Questionnaire to download it, complete and return by e-mail to info@thebordercolliespot.com. All dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and neutered (unless prevented because of age or health).

Betty

High drive, very agile, beautiful sable Welsh collie.  Perfect prospect for agility or flyball once trained.  Currently has had no input and therefore no manners, but that will be easily sorted with positive reinforcement.  Great potential for a sporting home, Betty is around 8 months old.

If you are interested in giving a dog a home please click The Border Collie Spot Rehoming Questionnaire to download it, complete and return by e-mail to info@thebordercolliespot.com. All dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and neutered (unless prevented because of age or health).

Betty

Santi

18 month-old Santi is fully house-trained, amazing with children of all ages, and other dogs.  He is well behaved around the house, responsive to commands, and  happy to do as he is asked.  He is an extremely sweet-natured boy.

He does need more obedience training when he is outside. His recall is hit and miss but his current owner has been working hard on his lead work.  However, he is a big, strong boy and wants to chase squirrels!   Santi would be super for agility, flyball or other canine sports.  He is chipped, neutered and vaccinated.

PLEASE NOTE:  Santi is not at The Spot.  If you are interested in offering him a forever home, please email jacqui@jacquimacdonald.com.  Do not contact The Spot, please.

Santi

Timmy

MEET THE FABULOUS TIMMY who is just 18 months old.  A very bouncy young dog, eager to learn, Timmy has a wonderful temperament and is good around other dogs.  Ideally, he would love a rural home with lots of off lead walks.

If you are interested in giving a dog a home please click The Border Collie Spot Rehoming Questionnaire to download it, complete and return by e-mail to info@thebordercolliespot.com. All dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and neutered (unless prevented because of age or health).

Timmy

Max

Due to his owners moving house, this sweet young man – just a year old – has found himself at The Spot through no fault of his own.  Can you give him a loving Christmas and forever home?

If you are interested in giving a dog a home please click The Border Collie Spot Rehoming Questionnaire to download it, complete and return by e-mail to info@thebordercolliespot.com. All dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and neutered (unless prevented because of age or health).

Max is just 1 year old

Daisy

PLEASE SOME ONE LOVE THIS DARLING LITTLE DOG. Daisy is around 2 years old and has lost a hind leg. We don’t know what happened to her, only that she came from a farm. Daisy is the sweetest little dog and the loss of her leg does not mean she can’t run and play. Poor little soul is slowly getting used to being cared for. She likes likes to be in the company of other dogs.

If you are interested in giving a dog a home please click The Border Collie Spot Rehoming Questionnaire to download it, complete and return by e-mail to info@thebordercolliespot.com. All dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and neutered (unless prevented because of age or health).

Daisy

 

Max Needs Your Help!

Latest Update:  Great news!  Max’s operation is booked for next Wednesday, 3rd October.  It’ll be a big day for my special boy. He has the most wonderful home awaiting him when recovered.

Sadly, dear Max will be not up for homing for a while as he has severe problems with his leg which are more worrying than we first thought. He has been to see our vet and it seems that this poor dog has been in considerable pain for a long time so we must do everything we can for him. Despite his obvious pain, he doesn’t make a fuss. He’s suffered so much in his 3 years in this world.

The vet does not feel that a shoulder replacement is an option due to the terrible state of his joint but we can get him out of pain for good by fusing it. This is still major surgery and he will need a special scan first. Hopefully Max will start on his journey to recovery as soon as possible to a better and pain-free life. This operation will be a massive undertaking for us here at The Spot but we believe that every dog deserves the chances that we are giving him.

We really don’t like begging but, as most of you know, his vet bills are not going to be cheap so if you would like to help this young lad all donations would be gratefully received. There is a Donate button on our home page.

Further updates will be posted as his progress to a pain free life begins.