You can vacation at dog camp
and help dogs at the same time! All breeds are welcome, the setting is off-leash
in the country! Camp Border Collie and Furry Friends is the ultimate canine
learning vacation where you can spend a week on 175 acres trying a variety of
activities - agility, herding, flyball, water sports, tracking and animal
communication - and a portion of your camp
Glen Highland Farm is a 501c3, non-profit corporation, established in January 2001 by Lillie Goodrich and John Andersen. Throughout the year, Glen Highland Farm (GHF) operates a Sanctuary and Adoption program (Sweet Border Collie Rescue) for Border Collies age 10 and up. These homeless, unwanted and abandoned dogs find refuge at GHF. They are evaluated, treated medically and adopted into new lives, or become residents in the Sanctuary. Funding to support the programs at GHF must be raised charitable contributions of money, services, and product by individuals, companies, foundations and groups/associations.
New York State Registered Rescue No: RR100