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Maddie Summary:
 - bc friend required
 - experienced bc home ONLY
 - dog savvy cats

    




Maddie's Angel
-Pam Dennison, in memory of GHF alum, EMMA, (A-UD, UD-C, ARCHX Emma Ewe Found Me, RL3, CGC, CDX, TSW)

MADDIE: A 5 month old Border Collie with ABCA papers, Maddie has really blossomed since being in rescue, meeting other BC’s and learning about herself. She is very smart, and very inquisitive, a real thinker! A classic female Border Collie, she is sweet and loves attention from ‘her person’ but really needs challenges and stimulation since she is so brilliant. She’s a major toy girl, loving any game of retrieval as well as anything athletic. She bonds really well and would be great for hiking, especially with another mentor BC. We will only place Maddie into an experienced BC home with a male Border Collie- she really does beautifully with a friend or two. Maddie is a gorgeous girl that happened to land in the wrong home, sold by a breeder to a home with a toddler in the house. The NY relinquishers were unable to handle her needs. Maddie will chase cats but not harm them. She is about 20 pounds, typical in size for her age.



Alie Summary:
 
- fenced yard required
 - solo dog or canine friend

    



ALIE: a 10 month old Border Collie mix, Alie is an amazing athlete, leaping mounds of snow with graceful jumps and able to come right off the ground onto the counter as if she’s a cat, light as can be…Alie is a natural in her body/mind awareness. This high energy girl clearly landed at GHF so we can find the right fit for her energy and mind and body, very Border Collie in her nature though a mix. We’d love to see Alie with someone eager to try her abilities in sports or any canine activity to engage her. She is also super sweet, loving every human she meets. She is great with other dogs though has a little bit of the female attitude about what she wants to control. A fast friend to any dog, she loves to play and loves any toy! Alie came to GHF cause her former guardians didn’t know how to meet her needs. She is fine with cats and 28 pounds. One day in our GHF office, Alie decided the desk was the better spot for her nap so in one simple leap, up she went for her rest!



Tessa Summary:
 
- fenced yard required
 - solo dog or canine friend

    




Special thanks to Liz Bush, Peg Fuller and Susan Monnelly who made it possible for Tessa to land at GHF

Tessa's Angels
-Marcy Levine
-Deb Meyers & GHF alum, Logi,in memory of Mom who loved her GHF grand-dogs
-Steff & Jim DeBottis & GHF alums, Kip & Gracie
TESSA: A petite 1 yr old Border Collie mix, Tessa is all action! She is some amazing athlete, jumping straight up with excitement to say hello - she would be fun to train to jump right into your arms or play frisbee! She is high energy for sure and will need an activity to occupy her interests. She loves toys of all kinds and is very coordinated and such a delight, full of joy. Tessa is good with other dogs and loves to play so could enjoy a buddy. She is a strong female so best with a submissive male. Tessa is extremely friendly and very good natured, happy to meet anyone and everyone. This very smart and focused girl, could be a great sports candidate for someone eager to shape her energy. Tessa was given up from a NY family with young children and two other dogs, just too much for them. She is good with cats and weighs 35 pounds. She requires a fenced yard.







 Wonderful BENTLEIGH found a new life with a former GHF adopter who once had three dogs from the Farm and now down to only one, knew that adding a canine friend again was important. And, so true it was - these two paired together instantly - like long lost pals! Both dogs, softer in nature, were happily racing, chasing and playing together, just adorable to see, so well matched. Bentleigh is now all set with a loving home, lots of ball play and long walks in country fields nearby his new home. He has plenty of acres for tons of BC fun and guardians who understand his needs, forever.

BENTLEIGH: A 1 1/2 year old Border Collie, Bentleigh is a friendly guy with strong instincts to play, play, play - he loves his ball or any toy for that matter, happy to retrieve as much as possible. He is a classic BC who thinks through meeting new people, processing who you are and how things are about to go - soon as the ball is tossed - you are best buddies of course! Bentleigh is pretty easy going and loves attention, adapting well to new situations. He is used to living with another Border Collie and really enjoys the company of other dogs. He is smart and focused but not overly intense when his needs are properly met. He lived in one home since a pup but had an episode with the 8 year old and his ball that caused a nip though he has always been fine with this child and others around his PA home. The accident prompted the decision to rehome him to GHF. He is about 30 pounds and good with cats.


Rudy Summary:
 - solo dog or canine friend
 - NO cats
 - rural setting
 - fenced yard required

    






Rudy's Angels
-Dick & Maureen Ware; GHF alums Jem and Robby
-Dave & Ellie Robitaille & GHF alum, Cody
RUDY: An 1 1/2 yr old Border Collie/Aussie, Rudy is all joyful fun, energy and enthusiasm for life! He is one happy boy with the desire to play, play, play. He loves other young herding dogs and plays endlessly, making up herding chase games that are really fun to see. He is a sweet boy who loves attention as much as he loves action. So, while you’re tossing his toys, he’s happy to have a quick cuddle, too. Rudy will be happiest with a canine pal and a guardian who is around a lot so he is not stuck inside all day. He would be a wonderful hiking partner. Eager to please and smart as can be, Rudy is a delightful young BC mix who bonds quickly and loyally. Rudy does have a strong habit of barking at novel things - sounds, people, dogs - whatever catches his attention so he will do better with less stimulation around, in a more rural setting. A savvy guardian can work on this behavior and likely improve it, but it seems to be part of his true nature. He is about 40 pounds and is not good with cats. He was originally placed as a puppy in a home where the guardian worked and he was crated more than he could handle so he returned to GHF.  He requires a fenced yard.



Rhy Summary:
 -
solo dog

 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - NO cats

    





RHY - 8 mos old.
Rhy's Angels
-Bob & Nancy Marston with GHF alum Zoe (in memory of LuLu)
-The Weiler Family, in memory of Julie

RHY: A 2 year old Border Collie mix, Rhy is a very smart, sweet boy who loves the great outdoors (we’ll have pictures soon) where he can race, and run and explore. He is a gorgeous athlete to watch as he bounds across fields in big gallops, clearly a happy, joyful dog! He also love toys of any kind and will happily play with his person or alone, having fun with all the goodies he calls his own. Rhy is an affectionate, sensitive dog when it comes to people and really blossoms with someone who adores him. Happy, go-lucky, he goes with flow once he’s settled into a new life. He doesn’t have any herding tendencies since he’s a mix but has the smarts and physical prowess normal to the Border Collie. He is about 50 pounds and not good with cats. Rhy would be happiest as the only dog since he wants a very close relationship with a person. He originally came to GHF at 8 months old, being passed on craiglist ‘free to good home’ so we scooped him up to make sure he landed well. Adopted out with a blind cattle dog, Rhy became too much for the other dog so it was best for both, that he return to GHF. He has lots of obedience commands and is eager to learn and loves people! He is best without cats and requires a fenced yard.


Special thanks to Kim Renak who helped transport RHY  back to GHF

Martie Summary:
 -
solo dog ok

 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - NO cats

    


Martie's Angels
-Jim & Renee Duffy

MARTIE: A 2 year old Border Collie mix, Martie is a character through and through. He loves his toys, entertaining himself with anything that rolls or tosses into the air. He also really loves to explore the fields at GHF, taking in all the sights, sounds and smells, happy to be alive. Martie is extremely outgoing and loves to say "Hi" to people, full of energy and play. He is a pretty bold fellow, confident and engaged, a large personality. He came to GHF from Virginia where his time was up when dog lovers reached out for help. He is about 45 pounds and is not good with cats. We did a DNA test on Martie and he’s part boxer and husky! He requires a fenced yard



A very special thanks to Sue Myers who drove an incredibly long distance to get Martie to safety

Gus Summary:
 -
solo dog

 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - NO cats

    





GUS LEARNING FRISBEE PLAY

Special thanks to Mary Beggs & Jeff Beck who transported Gus safely to GHF

Gus' Angels
-The Horburys
-Michael Opalinski & Tux, in memory of GHF alum Zach
GUS: A 3 year old Border Collie, Gus is a powerhouse BC, with tons of energy and plenty of drive to do what he wants. He is a friendly guy who loves attention but most of all, he needs a real task to carry out, like lots of toy play. Gus excels at learning and is exuberant about toys. A mentally smart boy, he will need a seasoned BC person who understands that this boy will make up his own work unless stimulated properly. Gus is a great BC, in the right hands. Loving, affectionate and eager to please, he is also extremely responsive to someone who is teaching him new activities. He is not good with other dogs and is not good with cats. He came to GHF from a NY farm where he was allowed to work sheep, on his own. The elderly guardians could not manage him or the other BC, both surrendered to GHF. Gus will only be placed in a fenced yard with a BC savvy adopter. He is 50 pounds, a bit larger than the standard size. He requires a fenced yard



Murphy Summary:
 - solo dog
 - fenced yard required

    



Murphy's Angel
-Greg Beck
-Liz and Al Bush, GHF alum Shane and Kenai

MURPHY: A 6 year old Border Collie mix, Murphy is a super nice guy and really happy to hang with his person, especially if there could be a ball toss coming his way! Quite the ball nut, he enjoys all kinds of toys but especially a retrieval game. When you stop playing, he gives a good woof and howl to tell you he wants more!! He is a good natured, easy going dog, not as intense as a purebred though just as smart. Murphy relaxes easily inside and is joyful bounding around outside, exploring. His previous NJ guardian lost his home, leaving Murphy homeless, too. While it’s not ideal that he isn’t living the life he is used to, he is most certainly LOVING having a fenced yard for freedom. He’s been a delight to watch as he dashes out the door, head high, for a jaunt through the Farm fields. But, no matter how far he runs, he always wants to know you are right nearby, happiest with his person. Murphy is about 50 pounds, a bit overweight and is not good with cats. Murphy is very bold meeting new dogs so can overwhelm them and would do best as a solo dog.He requires a fenced yard


HOLLY needs an angel - click here to learn more
Holly summary:
 - solo dog OK
 - loves the ball

    






Special thanks to Liz Boucher, Nancy & Greg Vorbach, Linda Wood & Jane Locacio for helping Holly make it to GHF.
HOLLY: An 8 year old Border Collie, Holly is a classic, super focused ball girl who absolutely loves the game! She is also extremely people oriented and loves being side by side with her person, the perfect companion. She has the great combination of energetic action and lots of sweetness. Up until a year ago, she lived with her male BC sibling so we’re not yet sure if being a solo dog is better for her now but will update her bio as we see what she chooses. Right now, Holly clearly wants someone to call her own who loves to throw a ball! She lived in one NJ home since a pup but with the death of her elderly guardian, family members reached out to GHF and we were happy to help this girl. She is full of energy and a real spitfire! She is about 45 pounds and not yet cat tested.

HERC & BELLE need angels - click here to learn more
Herc & Belle:
 - adopted together

    






HERC, age 10 & white-faced BELLE, age 9, have spent a lifetime together as working Border Collies on a Ohio farm. Though they have both herded with keen focus, they really love ball time just as much and are really enjoying all the attention and activity at GHF. These two would be so happy living in a home as companions to someone - that is for sure! Their relationship is really good as Herc closely herds Belle as she goes for the ball and then sometimes, he’ll give it a try, too but clearly, their ‘dance’ is well-orchestrated over many, many years together. They are both lovely BC’s, smart and really good natured. Belle is a ball nut so will nudge a ball your way, hoping for a toss or settle close by for a lot of cuddling! Herc is a bit more sensitive, a real thinker while Belle is all about the joy of play and another toss! This great pair came to GHF when their guardians moved out of the country and a family friend reached out to GHF. We do want to keep them together since they are clearly pals. Both are good with other dogs and cats, each about 45 pounds. Herc had a flea allergy resulting in hair loss on his back but that is rapidly resolving and his vet work shows good health.



A HUGE thanks to Troy Boone, a GHF adopter, who drove in terrible winter weather to Ohio to bring them east to PA to meet one of our team, Darryl Novak, who also logged tough hours driving in a raging snowstorm. This lovely pair deserved our help and it had to be immediate. Thanks to Jane Locacio who made sure the route was as expedient as possible.

Angels for Magg, Molly and Mac
-Stephanie DeBottis, in loving memory of Cole Springer, Steff's brother and GHF alums Kip and Gracie's Fur Uncle.
-Renate & Pete Goodloe
-Norton & Sandy Sloan
-Pat and Bob Reath
MOLLY Summary:
 
-solo dog
 -needs a fenced yard
 - can be adopted with MAC

    


Special thanks to Erica Snyder who heard about them from a co-worker and helped them make it to GHF. Also, a big thanks to Sue Myers, Todd Leppert and Jane Locacio who helped make the transport possible. Without kind-hearted people willing to give up their Saturday to get them north, these three would not have landed so well.

Angels for Molly
-Deb Meyers & GHF alum, Quill,in memory of Mom who loved her GHF grand-dogs
-Gayle Marriner-Smith & GHF alum, Sweet Sir William Braveheart!

MOLLY, a 10 1/2 year old, is a classic BC, watching everything that goes on, well aware of the whole Farm. She’s the first to head to the fence line, hoping to say hello and get a look at the action. Molly is sharp as can be, brilliant! She is physically in great shape, very athletic and would love to accompany her person on hikes. Her recall is great.  Molly loves everyone she meets and is used to having Mac as her pal. Molly is about 40 pounds and good with cats.

MOLLY & MAC absolutely adore people so could easily be great companions as solo dogs. Molly can live with cats. We will consider homes who only want one or they can be adopted together, without cats since Mac is not good with cats. Neither are great with other dogs.


MAC Summary:
 
-solo dog
 -needs a fenced yard
 - no cats
 - can be adopted with Molly

    


Special thanks to Erica Snyder who heard about them from a co-worker and helped them make it to GHF. Also, a big thanks to Sue Myers, Todd Leppert and Jane Locacio who helped make the transport possible. Without kind-hearted people willing to give up their Saturday to get them north, these three would not have landed so well.

Angels for Mac
-Jane & Rich Kihlstrom
-Barbara McNaughton in loving memory of Savvy
MAC, a 12 year old, is a hoot! He is full of personality and makes you laugh any time you watch him in action. A super friendly guy, he will happily follow his person anywhere or head off for a good romp with Molly. She is the leader and he’s just fine with that though he does give her a little test, egging her on for some play. But, soon as the toys are out, he just loves the squeekies and will play endlessly. Mac is very easy going. Originally bought from Hawaii, his great nature is obvious. He is not good with cats and about 50 pounds.

MOLLY & MAC absolutely adore people so could easily be great companions as solo dogs. Molly can live with cats. We will consider homes who only want one or they can be adopted together, without cats since Mac is not good with cats. Neither are great with other dogs.


Mandy Summary:
 
- fenced yard
 - solo dog
 - dog savvy cats

    



Mandy's Angels
-Brenda Hamm, in memory of GHF alum, Daisy Girl Charlotte
-Sandy Fazio and GHF alum, Ace
-Sarah and Nancy Baldwin, in memory of GHF alum Finn
-Annette Otis, in honor of the adoption anniversary GHF alum, Keene!
MANDY: A 12 year old Border Collie with ABCA papers, Mandy is a gorgeous girl who loves people more than anything at all..even the ball won’t deter her from being close by her person. She is super sweet and very loving, a devoted friend which she has been all her years til the loss of her person. Mandy is making great strides with all the change around her and truly enjoying the activity and attention of a more active life, blossoming before our eyes. She can be a very sensitive girl and needs reassurance that everything makes sense, most likely from all the change she has experienced. Mandy is a very special girl with a huge heart she wants to share again…we can clearly feel that. Mandy is also a strong female BC so best as a solo dog though in her history, did visit dog parks. At this point, dogs are the last thing she desires. Mandy is about 40 pounds and best with dog savvy cats. Mandy is VERY thunder-phobic so will need a special person to understand her reactions. She also needs a fenced yard
Special thanks to Cindy Rollins who quickly pulled Mandy out of a PA shelter where she had sadly landed. Also a big thanks to Kathy Devaney, Carol Cunningham, Sue Myers and our Transport Coordinator, Jane Locacio  who made it possible for Mandy to make it to GHF.


SPECIAL HOME REQUIRED
The dogs posted in this section are sweet with good-natured personalities but they need more than many of the rescues at GHF…none of these dogs have lived in a home. So, they were not given the guidance necessary to negotiate the real world like walking on a leash; riding in a car; handling a houseful of guests; the sounds of a home with the dishwasher or air conditioner turning on…the very things that puppies adapt to, these Border Collies were never exposed to.

Their lives were dismal..chained all day and night; left in garages, barns, or basements alone all day and night; or stuck in crates all day or night; neglected mentally, physically and emotionally. THESE DOGS DID NOT HAVE THE LOVE OR GUIDANCE FROM A HUMAN WHO CARED

What this means is that GHF Caretakers have to work very hard to help each and every dog find their way through many uncomfortable new experiences and that takes time, lots of time. Fears and worries stop progress and the only plan is to pace along with what the dog can handle when they can handle it. EVERYTHING THEY ARE LEARNING IS BRAND NEW TO THEM. We introduce them to home settings and town walks and car rides but it takes repetition for them to feel secure about it all.

WE ARE OPEN TO ADOPTERS WHO UNDERSTAND THESE SPECIAL NEEDS DOGS but will not let them go to busy suburban settings, active family environments or wherever they are not center stage as the focus of someone’s lives. These dogs need someone special. They deserve full attention and they cannot adjust easily to anything new.


Lewis Summary:
 - fenced yard required
 - female bc friend required

    


Lewis' Angel
-Stacey Greenberg, GHF Alum Merlin and the Shollies
-Vivienne & Mark & Pixie – in memory of our beloved Bear
-Marcia & Jonathan Kurz

LEWIS: SPECIAL HOME REQUIRED A petite 1 year old Border Collie, little Lewis is one sweetheart, a kind soul who will blossom into a marvelous friend with trust and time. He wants to be with a person and will gently come near, hoping for some affection, lightly jumping up in your arms for hugs. He will do best with a patient person and a calm home with another herding pal cause he loves other dogs and gains confidence with them. Lewis does best with FEMALE dogs, not males so a mentor female would be perfect! Lewis is benefiting from time at GHF to find his inner Border Collie and let some of his timidity go. He is loving the freedom to race, chase and play and happy to meet new people, step by step, with a little help. He came to GHF from another rescue who pulls Amish dogs from puppy mills.  Lewis is 30 pounds and is good with cats.  Lewis requires a fenced yard


Special thanks to Jane Locacio for coordinating transport of Lewis & Bryna. Many thanks also to Karen Mansfield who brought Lewis all the way to the Farm.

BELLA needs an angel - click here to learn more
Bella Summary:
 - canine friend preferred
 - fenced yard required
 - NO cats

    




Special thanks to Marybeth Powers, Krysta Barnhart and Sue Myers who made it possible for Bella to make it to GHF. and as always, thanks to Jane Locacio who coordinates all our transports
BELLA: SPECIAL HOME REQUIRED A very petite 1 1/2 year old Border Collie mix, Bella is a shy girl, very skittish at first but once settled into a home with her person, sweet as can be! She is really gentle and loves to play with another dog who is easy going and young. She is so small that a dog similar in size seems to suit her best. Bella loves attention from the person she trusts and very sweetly nudges you for more touching but she’s not a girl who will befriend everyone. Instead, she will retreat to try to understand what’s happening. She will only be placed in a calmer setting in an adult home to help her confidence grow. Bella was abandoned in a PA shelter when her guardian didn’t have enough time for her. The shelter experience added to her worries so we are hoping, with more time at GHF, she’ll relax and enjoy herself better. She is about 30 pounds and not good with cats. She requires a fenced yard.




         Little JADE ended up in a life with a big ‘brother’, a funny sight to see really cause she could basically walk right under him when he stood nearby. No matter the size difference, this little BC has him wrapped around her paw, asking for playtime, following her rules and basically enjoying being ‘led’ around a bit! Her new guardians came to GHF from Canada, overnighting to be sure to find the right match. Jade was just the right mix of play and seriousness that was needed to suit the pairing well, so off she went to the land of more snow and lots of love! After a few months of medical restriction causing her to be ‘unavailable’ for longer than normal, Jade was thrilled to be blasting around full-speed again, herding and making up chase games!

JADE: SPECIAL HOME REQUIRED A petite 2 year old Border Collie, Jade is an active little girl who gets the zoomies, zipping all around whenever she’s excited - she’s quite adorable. She loves having a bc pal, preferably male and really comes right out of her shell and pairs up easily for non-stop play. We feel she’ll do best with a friend though would consider the right situation as a solo dog. Jade is fairly sensitive and can be timid so does best with patient, calm people who approach her with treats and toys and give her time. Once she knows you, she is extremely affectionate and loves being in your lap! We’re watching as Jade just blossoms at GHF, enjoying all kinds of toy play and attention. She had a very limited life, living in a shed used for breeding. She was posted ‘free to good home’ on craigslist and thankfully, landed at GHF instead of in the wrong place. She is 35 pounds and good with cats. She requires a fenced yard.


Anie Summary:
 -
bc friend required
 - fenced yard required

    



Anie'a Angels
-Cheryl Shank, in memory of her GSD, Emmie.

ANIE SPECIAL HOME REQUIRED: A 2 year old Border Collie, Anie is as sweet as she is pretty, just a gentle delightful girl who wants nothing more than to cuddle with her person. She does however, need some reassurance, mostly with the help of a mentor dog, leading the way. Then, she’s comfortable as can be, enjoying all the herding dogs who race and chase. She’s a curious, outgoing girl who will balance out nicely in the right situation. She lived with multiple BC’s, mostly an outside life. She is surely going to blossom at GHF, with some time so we will update her bio as she unfolds. She is about 40 pounds and good with cats. Her previous NY guardian contacted GHF to relinquish her due to lack of time.



Victor Summary:
 - solo dog or female bc friend
 - fenced yard required

    




Special thanks to Ellen Simcik, Erica Snyder, Borden Loving, Phillip Dalke, Sue Myers and Debbi & Tony Grassi who made it possible for Victor to make it from Pittsburgh to GHF.  As always, a big thanks to Jane Locacio for handling all the coordination of this important transport. It always takes a village!
Victor's Angels
-Jodi Adelsohn-Ruff & Gregg Ruff & Skid, Rave & GHF alum, Cassie in memory of Tucker, Peaches, Guinness & GHF alums, Jett & FLash
-Secret Angel
VIC (VICTOR) SPECIAL HOME REQUIRED A 3 year Border Collie, Vic is a gorgeous guy with the sweetest nature, eager to meet people and loving attention.  He is quite a cuddler, enjoying belly rubs and lots of affection. He can be so outgoing and absolutely loves to run and is gorgeous to watch as he heads out into the fields at the Farm. With a quick whistle, he returns to be by your side. Since Vic is a ‘softer’ dog with people, he worries about being wrong and will duck away from any loud voice or fast moving hands as if he has been ‘mis-handled’. Vic only wants to be loved. He blossoms with reassuring positive support and will continue to gain even more confidence in the right hands. He will only go to BC savvy guardians in a calmer, rural setting. Vic has a strong BC eye so is a big-time herder with other dogs so we’d like him to be a solo dog and enjoy all the focus on him so his interest in toys can be developed. He came from a tough situation with breeders who did not care properly for the dogs. Animal control hoped to shut down the operation, without success, until the death of the guardian. Vic was left outside in the yard when police checked on the house and found the guardian was dead. It had been three months he fended for himself. Vic is so much happier learning to trust that people are with him and care for him appropriately. He requires a fenced yard.


 JAKE found his new guardians when he went for an orthopedic evaluation…our wonderful Dr. Bookbinder met him and found he was drawn to him instantly as was his wife who works with him, too…now, about to be renamed, Mouse, this gentle soul spoke to them both! So, for the past few weeks they’ve been visiting with Jake and then brought their two beloved canine pals for the final ‘adoption’ visit! Of course, as they expected, the trio is a wonderful blend and they are just thrilled to have this very good-natured Border Collie join their lives! And, so are we!

JAKE SPECIAL HOME REQUIRED  A 6 year old Border Collie, Jake is a beautiful guy with a sweet, sweet, gentle nature. He can be timid at first but soon as other herding dogs are around, he is at ease and loves to join in whatever is going. Jake is not overly intense though, he clearly just enjoys dogs a lot! We’ll have pictures to add to his bio soon as the weather permits. Jake is easy in the house, content to quietly hang inside near his person or with another canine pal. He will only be placed into a home with a herding dog or perhaps a pack since he’s non-confrontational and so comfortable with dogs. We’ll update Jake’s bio as he unfolds here at GHF. We are also checking his eyesight to be sure there is no issue there since his pupils dilate a bit slower than normal. Jake was relinquished to GHF from a CT guardian who had health issues that prevented her from caring for him. He originally came to her from Florida where he had reportedly spent his life chained by the neck to a car up on blocks in a remote swamp, taken out only to breed. He is about 50 pounds and will herd cats, but not harm them. He requires a fenced yard.



HENRY HAS SEVERE BI-LATERAL HIP DYSPLASIA,  making movement extremely painful.

This stoic, very good-natured boy has been suffering in pain for some time but now, with an FHO surgery, he should finally have relief. The surgeon said Henry’s case is one of the worst he’s seen, where arthritis has taken over the hip joint giving him no flexibility without extreme discomfort. His “Unspeakably bad hips” will be tackled one leg at a time, with hopes that improving one leg will make Henry’s mobility infinitely better. The second leg will be reviewed once his recovery results are clear. Without surgery, Henry will face a very sedate life, unable to be the active Border Collie he wants to be or worse yet, an early euthanasia due to his quality of life with such a high level of pain.

HENRY’S SURGERY IS $2500 so we need angel support please!

HENRY had his first surgery 2/13/18 so post-op recovery is underway. Henry’s facing the hard challenge of shifting one painful leg for the other, like he’s done for so many years but now, it’s a bit more painful so we keep telling this sweet guy that it’s going to be much better soon!!! .Of course, lots of stuffed peanut butter kongs and bones are helping!
Henry had a ‘massive’ thickening of the joint capsule with very severe degenerative arthritis so his surgery was extremely difficult. In six weeks, the end of March, we hope to see a great improvement in his comfort and mobility. He’ll get some time to have some fun running and then we return to handle his left leg which is still very painful.

He’s a trooper! We so appreciate the kind donations to help us make this possible for him.

Henry & Dee Summary:
 - adopted together
 - NO cats

    


DEE


HENRY

Henry & Dee in 2012 (below)
Henry & Dee Angels
-Flo Garlinger
-Deb & Stephen Pouech, GHF alums, Zane & Harley & in memory of Wally
-Rob & Amy Barilla, In loving memory of Laddie
-Tom Macari
-John & Lydia Henshaw & GHF alum, Maggie
-David & Caitlin Musto and their BC, Stella
-Leslie Wehr, Whitley & Merlin
-Lorena & Jay Doherty, in memory of Wiley J Doherty

HENRY, age 9 and DEE, age 7, TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE have made a return to GHF, sadly due to a very unexpected death that threw their guardians into a new situation where less time was available for this lovely pair. Heartbroken to bring them back, it was the selfless thing to do, for the sake of the dogs who were stuck at home 10-12 hours a day in a completely different situation than what was best for them. We are happy to see them again, so loved and cherished the years they were gone and now, watch them blossom into the active, free-spirited, energetic dogs we knew before and love again, today. Henry is still the big toy boy of this pair and Dee, endlessly herds him! So, as the saying goes, ‘some things never change’ but for sure, these two souls are so very bonded, they will remain together in their next journey. Henry and Dee are absolutely delightful, loving canine friends who believe every human is going to be the best person they meet, happy to toss a toy or go for a walk or car ride. Since Henry is not good with cats, they will go without cats. They are trained on the invisible fence.

GHF always stands ready to respond to special needs where GHF alums need to return and while we are saddened to see this happen, every GHF Border Collie has a safe haven here, no matter what reason or what age.


TEAH HAS A SEVERE BI-LATERAL OUTWARD TURN OF HER BACK LEGS,
presumably from puppy mill crating that was too small as she grew.  She also has compressed discs in one area of her spine, again likely from her history.
 

Teah's hips and legs are in perfect condition based on her orthopedic evaluation by Dr. Paul Bookbinder.  The only hope is to teach her to move differently now that she is no longer stuck in too tight a crate. It’s critical for her future that she relearns new body alignment.  TEAH is at Thera-Vet Acres in upstate NY, undergoing daily physical therapy treatment: underwater & land treadmills;  repetitions walking and standing 15-20 minutes 2-3 times daily, with hopes that a more appropriate gait will help her undo this damage. At the young age of 6 months, much can be done to impact her entire future.

TEAH’S PHYSICAL THERAPY is $1500 a month so she needs ANGEL support!

Teah Summary:
 
- fenced yard required
 - canine friends required

    



Teah is at Thera-Vet Acres in Webster NY to be fostered by the owners and learn about living safely with people and other BC’s (they have a few from GHF! including infamous Lucas!) She will receive PT treatment daily with hopes to have success in one portion of her body.

Teah came to GHF thanks to kind dog lovers stepping in when the people who bought her, an elderly couple in wheelchairs who were tying her out, asked for help. Thankfully, Teah landed at GHF.

Thank you to the ANGELS & donors
for Teah’s care…
we deeply appreciate your help!

-Alexis Ressler & Arnie Kozak,in memory of GHF alum, McCoy
-Juli & Scott Lohnes
-Beat Hellstern & Ziggy
-David Sublette in honor of Teresa Nelson
-Leslie Wehr, Whitley & Merlin
-Nancy Crowley & Bob Collins
-Kris Zimmerman
-Marta & John Aberg, in memory of Andrew Slyter
-Cathy & Steve Bouck in memory of GHF Alums Mika & Cassy
-Lisa & Bill Stettler and GHF alums Zac and Cosbie
-In Loving Memory of Chloe and Ruger - Chris Fuller and Jackie Dunn
-Gene Bleecker & rescue BC, Twist

TEAH: TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE A petite 8 month old Border Collie, little Teah is a gentle, gentle soul who is trying to be brave in her new world, trusting she can enjoy other Border Collies and perhaps, just maybe, trust a human or two, too. Teah is VERY, VERY shy. What really makes her happiest is other dogs. She absolutely loves them and runs like the wind, truly thrilled to make up race and chase games. Thankfully, her physical deficit causes no pain and doesn’t stop her from having fun. It is only noticeable when walking slowly. Then, her odd backend gait is obvious. She was sold at 5 months old over the internet so she was in the crated setting way behind a normal pup size. While we can’t confirm the crate theory, both physical issues could easily come from her history. Puppy mills are notorious for housing dogs inhumanely and this internet breeder has a terrible reputation online. Teah is about 25 pounds and fine with cats..


FINN HAS BI-LATERAL OSTEOCONDRITIS SHOULDERS
with his first surgery completed, possibly the other to be done.
 

Within short order of Finn’s arrival, we noticed intermittent lameness in his front left leg. After significant rest periods with pain medication, it became apparent that the limp was still there. After consultation with Dr. Paul Bookbinder at Upstate Veterinary Surgical Center in Syracuse, FINN has undergone orthopedic surgery for bi-lateral osteocondritis(OCD) where a piece of cartilage has separated from the underlying bone and the floating piece has been removed. This is on his left front leg, first. Then after six weeks of healing, his right leg will be re-assessed to see if surgery is needed there, too. 

FINN’S SURGERY COST $2500 FOR THE FIRST SHOULDER..we need ANGEL support please!

UPDATE 1/20/18: FINN has gone through his first shoulder surgery beautifully, even enduring six weeks of ‘lock-down’ but he’s making up for it now! Happy to be playing again, moving freely. He is still restricted from running for six more weeks but he has the freedom to play which he surely is enjoying!  We WILL be operating on his right shoulder next since he is already limping on that one, as he had been on the left.  So, Finn will be at GHF unavailable for quite awhile longer - hoping early summer he can find a new home!

Finn Summary:
 
- fenced yard required
 - solo dog

    





Special thanks to Laurie Bowen, Sue Myers, Suzin Webb and Jane Locacio for getting Finn to the Farm

Thank you to the ANGELS & donors
for Finn’s care…
we deeply appreciate your help!

-Jared Markowitz, in loving memory of Chaucer
-Carole Doerr Allen & ghf alum, Reba
-Michael Opalinski & Tux
-Lynn and Larry Adelsohn and all our Border Collie Grandpups
-Nutmeg Border Collie Club
-Marjorie Emerson
-Lisa & Bill Stettler and GHF alums Zac and Cosbie
-Christina Cruz
-Erika Anderson
-Esther & Andrew Morrow, Sadie & GHF alum, Rudy
-Paula, Peter & GHF alum, Ella Francese
-Linda Whitman, Sky & GHF alumns, Anney & Connell
-Mary Colby
-Michael Miskulin
-Peter & Renate Goodloe and GHF alums, Doc and Rosie
-George Konder and GHF alum, Sara
-Arnie Kozak and Alexis Ressler

FINN: TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE An 11 month old Border Collie, Finn is a gorgeous boy with tons of energy - he loves to go, go, go! He is a major toy boy with interest in any toy he can find and with endless desire to play, even entertaining himself, racing around throwing toys in the air or making up his own games. He is friendly and outgoing, with lots of confidence but will only be placed with BC savvy guardians who understand the demanding needs of young dogs. Finn is NOT for first time BC adopters. Finn was crated 8 - 10 hours a day because his previous guardians had no idea what to do with all his energy except contain it which is the worst situation for young BC’s. Finn seems to be doing best as a solo dog at this time but we’ll adjust his information if that changes. He is about 40 pounds and not yet tested on cats. Thankfully, BC lovers stepped in to get him to GHF. He requires a fenced yard.



PIPER HAS BI-LATERAL LUXATING PATELLAS
meaning both her knees pop out as she runs, making her totally lame.

Once Piper arrived, we realized something was wrong as she had recurrent lameness. Once diagnosed by ortho vet, Dr. Paul Bookbinder, surgery clearly had to be done. Piper has undergone repair on the right back knee now and has 12 weeks of serious crate rest, total restriction of movement if we hope to have a success for her. Once she’s finished recovery, her left leg will be evaluated and likely need surgery, too.

PIPER’S SURGERY COSTS $2500 for her first knee so she needs ANGEL support please!

Piper Summary:
 -
other friends required

 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - NO cats

    



Special thanks to all the people who made it possible for Piper to get to GHF: Heather Wallace, Pauline Clark, Gail Hurley, Scottie Burkhalter, Todd Leppert, Janine & Dan Choplick, Tory VanReenen & especially our transport coordinator, Jane Loacacio.

Thank you to the ANGELS & donors
for Piper’s care…
we deeply appreciate your help!

-James Hardin & Carmen Greenwood
-Dawn Jones, in loving memory of GHF alum, Aggie
-Cathy & Steve Bouck in memory of GHF alums Mika & Cassy
-The Jones Family
-Jacks Galore Inc
-Christine McGlynn & Dennis Szilvasy & GHF alum, Penny
-Helen Harrop & GHF alum, Lucy

PIPER: TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE A petite 3 year old Border Collie mix, Piper is a sweet, sweet girl, gentle as can be and also a sensitive girl who needs some TLC. She blossoms with reassurance and a calm voice, encouraging her to explore and trust that the world is fun! With a canine pal, she comes right to life, loving to make up chase games and wrestle and race, just adorable. She will be happiest with a pal who clearly gives her more confidence. Piper likes toys of any kind and will tug or retrieve a toss, following the fun of her canine buddy if they also like toys. She is also quite a cuddler once she feels secure and will lovingly hang in your lap for lots of attention. She will only be placed into a quiet home where Piper can thrive with support. She is about 30 pounds and not good with cats. She must be in a fenced yard.


MARCO needs several angels to cover his treatment
 
- click here to learn more
Marco Summary:
 -
healing underway

    



 

Special thanks to Susan Monnelly, Joy Moll & Donna Deal who helped Marco make it to GHF

MARCO: TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE At age 4, Marco is not only one of the most gorgeous, classic Border Collies at GHF, he is one of the biggest ball nuts around, too! He lives for that toss and will endlessly play, play, play. He’s very athletic and loves to race and run and leap over the mounds of snow, happily full of joy. He is super friendly!! Marco came to GHF due to a move and while he lost the home he’s had since a pup, it turned out to be a very good thing he was relinquished. Marco is positive for heartworm which would surely have killed him, undetected. So, he’s starting the first phase of treatment now and in April, he’ll receive the first injection into his heart to kill the adult worms. Marco is also positive for Ehrlichia, a tick-borne disease that could impact his kidney function. Fortunately, both diseases have been caught in time that treatment will help him. He will be exercise restricted for the course of treatment. We are optimistic that all will go well for this wonderful boy and he’ll be available for adoption in June. He is about 50 pounds and not yet tested on cats. He came from Illinois where he lived until a year ago when his guardian moved to NY.


Bentley Summary:
 - solo dog or canine friend

    




Special thanks to Jane Locacio, our transport coordinator  And a big thanks to the volunteers who helped drive him: Sue Campion and Karen Mansfield
Bentley's Angels
-Kathy and Mike Hoar, Tierney and GHF alum Zach
-Janet Chambers & Jeta
-2017 Canine Carnival Supporters

BENTLEY: TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE A 5 year old Border Collie mix, Bentley is one sweet, sweet guy who just loves his ball time as well as cuddling time with a person. He has some issues we are trying to understand with extreme hair loss. So far, his diagnostics have not led to answers but we’ll find them! And, get this sweetheart back to good health. Bentley is adorable, absolutely the nicest dog, just full of joy. He could care less that his looks are not up to par, instead he’s all about fun! We’ll update his bio once we have more clarity on his health needs. Bentley is great with other dogs and loves every human he meets! He is good with cats. He was relinquished to GHF from a PA guardian who could not meet his needs.

Special thanks to Lisa Barrett for opening her heart and home
to foster Bentley in Vermont.


Bolton's Summary:
 - healing underway
 - good with cats

    


at Animal Control in Virginia

at Glen Highland Farm,
feeling more comfortable

Special thanks to Judy Colvin, Diane Bolten & Sue Myers who helped get Bolton to GHF.

Bolton's Angels
-Pete & Renate Goodloe & GHF alums, Rosie & Doc
-The Hunt family
-Joy Moll, in memory of Mike
-Michael Opalinski & Tux, in memory of Zach and Theresa Opalinski
-Larry Cable
-Gail Hurley
-Lorena & Jay Doherty, in memory of Wiley J Doherty
-Linda Silverman & Ron Salmon & Luna & GHF alum, Beck
-Gregg Ruff & Jodi Adelsohn-Ruff, in memory of our first BC, Tucker
-Lularoegailhurley
-"We’ve got your back Bolton:” Mary Jean, Stephen, & GHF alums, Donato & Nińa, in memory of Luda
-In memory of our GHF Alum Nash Boy, Jim & Diane Bolten

BOLTON, a 6 yr old bc, TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE 
just arrived right before the turn of the New Year and thankfully he did because he’s got a couple rough challenges ahead - blindness AND heartworm disease -so we’re going
to tackle both and hope this boy does well. He was a stray found wandering in Virginia when other rescues reached out to GHF for help. A sweet guy with a nice nature, he is calm enough to endure treatment, thankfully. We’ll head to Cornell in a couple weeks to see what we find about his eyesight, too. If he is a candidate for cataract surgery, we’ll have to put that low on the list since he cannot be sedated at this time. Heartworm disease is VERY prevalent in the south so it’s no surprise Bolton contracted the disease from a mosquito bite.

UPDATE 1/9/18: BOLTON traveled to Cornell opthalmology today to discover the sad news that there is no possibility of cataract surgery for him. He underwent an electroretinogram, hooked up to electrodes to determine if his retinas are working and they are NOT. Most likely, he has PRA, Progressive Retinal Atrophy which is a genetic disorder where the retina degenerates slowly ultimately, leading to cataracts. The condition is not painful. Unfortunately, Border Collies are one breed who commonly get PRA. Bolton will require routine recheck exams on his eyes since he can develop inflammation inside the eye, high pressures or bleeding in his eyes. As long as his eyes appear comfortable, he will not require lifelong treatment.

Bolton was a brave soul today, though had to be carried into the appointment since the whole world is rather overwhelming, especially a huge vet facility like Cornell.

 

1/15/18 - We are happy to report that Bolton is finding his way in the new land of Border Collies and albeit, blind, a happy guy who enjoys a toy or two for some fun! He always trots outside with the other dogs, following right behind, even in this bitter weather, happy to be part of the crowd! Have to say though, he is pretty cozy inside, with a favorite toy!

We are so happy to have him in rescue and know he will blossom once his health is handled. Thank you everyone who supported his care…he is worth all the effort and then some!! What a gem!!




Brayden's Angels
-Gail & Dave Hurley, Killian and GHF alums, Breeze & Maggie
-Nancy & Greg Vorbach & GHF alum, Lupa
-
Sue Basehore & Ilene Fischman
-John Andersen (yup our JA) in memory of Flynn
-
Carolyn & Rykr Dumaresq, a new GHF alum!
-Bonnie & John Yurga, ‘in loving memory of GHF alum, Robbie'

 BRAYDEN IS HOME

As we’ve been going back and forth with Cornell for the past months, solving medical problem after medical problem, we are still seeing difficulties in his health that would be hard for an adopter to willingly tackle. Brayden is now about to try another approach - with a new diet, b-12 supplements and tylan - to lessen his GI issues and possible IBD causing vomiting. He is still extremely congested each day though his skin issues have much improved. He also has a rare complication in his lung, a bulla, that may rupture at any time, meaning he needs very careful monitoring. We’re pretty sure there will be more ahead, potentially life-threatening complications, even lymphoma is on the list now. So, the best thing for him is consistency, low stress, lots of love and freedom to be happy under the watchful eye of our GHF team.

Brayden has a wonderful spirit, barking and howling, a bit of racing around, and exploring the big fields each day, full of complete joy. Not knowing his real age, his wobbly back-end arthritis doesn’t stop him, nor does his deafness, nor do the other complications that just keep unfolding so for this very very sweet guy, GHF is the best place to call home.

From the streets battling for his life to a warm, loving place dedicated to his needs, Brayden is going to make the best of what is ahead…as all dogs do…great teachers showing us a way to live without negativity or regret.

A huge thanks to those who supported his care, to date, and a big ‘call out’ to continue support. We will need funds to assist him with his journey, no matter how it unfolds.

BRAYDEN UPDATE 2/18 still moving forward on the right track!! Brayden has really transformed into the handsome fella we knew would be there! A gorgeous, thick-coated boy, he has more energy now, barking all the time for attention! He also loves to go for a big hike in the fields at GHF, truly happy to explore and he’s enjoying lots of toy play now…all great signs of his recovery. Thank you to those of you who donated funds to make this all possible!  We are still working with Cornell dermatology and internal medicine to handle his allergy issues, congestion and GI upset that comes and goes. A special food trial is underway now and likely another one ahead soon. His back-end is still incredibly weak, where he often tips almost over so we’ll consider tackling that once his GI system and skin issues are fully resolved.  A huge thanks to the Cornell team that are available 24/7 to help us with this very special boy.

BRAYDEN: TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE  A sweet 9 yr old guy with a big healing stretch ahead, we’ve given him a special Celtic name which means Brave and that he is and will continue to be…nothing keeps this wonderful boy down. He is happy to be with people, loves to be touched and have belly rubs and is enjoying all the care coming his way. Already a month has gone by and his hair is growing and he's brighter though has a haul ahead. His skin condition is on the mend with weekly anti-fungal baths, antibiotics and continued treatment. When a dog’s immune system takes an awful hit from malnourishment and fleas, the key is time and proper treatment. Whatever it takes, we’ll be there for Brayden. He is 45 pounds and good with cats.  Found as a stray, this boy landed in a PA shelter that cared for him, then sought help from rescue. GHF was the only one willing to step up and we are so very glad we did. His deep, soulful eyes tell the story of a smart boy with great will to survive.


The Senior Sanctuary residents will live out their lives at the Farm.
Please consider supporting their care by being an angel. 
We will need ongoing financial assistance for their needs.

 
click here
to learn more

EVERY GHF SENIOR COSTS $1500 IN VETTING TO INSURE THEY ARE IN GOOD HEALTH. 

Meet the wonderful residents of THE SENIOR SANCTUARY 
 Click here 


Ana - 9 yr old
RESIDENT


Brayden - 9 yr old
RESIDENT


Frannie - 11 yr old
RESIDENT


Storm - 12 yr old
RESIDENT


Lacey - 12 yr old
RESIDENT


Smokey - 13 yr old
RESIDENT


Betsie - 13 yr old
RESIDENT


Buddy - 13 yr old
RESIDENT


Shilo - 14 yr old
RESIDENT


Bradley - 14 yr old
RESIDENT


Bo - 18 yr old
RESIDENT

 

FARMHOUSE RESIDENTS HAVE SPECIAL NEEDS.
IF, BY CHANCE, YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ADOPTING ONE OF THEM, PLEASE DO INQUIRE.
WE ARE HAPPY TO DISCUSS THEIR CONDITIONS IN DEPTH.


 A HUGE THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO SUPPORT GHF SENIORS in 2017!!
our costs are very high for their care so having your help is critical!

Tatyana Allen
Betty & Tom Bunch
Vicki Buono
Sue Campion
Shawn & Judy Colvin
Lisa Cousins
Steff & Jim DeBottis
Renate & Pete Goodloe
Family and Friends, in memory of Lina Edmonds
Lydia & John Henshaw
Mike & Kathy Hoar
Jim & Karen Hormel
Sarah Jackett
Michelle Ouellette
Pat and Bob Reath
Andrea Rising
Norton & Sandy Sloan
Paula & Bill VanDeventer
Torrence VanReenen
Chuck & Pat Wheeler
Laura Wingrove
Julie Wolf

A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR MONTHLY DONORS
who kindly help ALL the dogs at GHF on a continual basis. 
We are deeply grateful to you all.

Pamela Adsit
Carol Andrews
Dave & Diane Behlen
Dylan Behlen
 Shannon Blydenburgh
Kim & Steve Brant
Sam Bristol
Betty & Tom Bunch
Dominick Berhow
Eileen & Denis Byrne
Steph & Jim DeBottis
Blanche Cooper
Joseph Depirri III
Wendy Donoghue
Linda Dragoo
Karen Edwards
Rolayne & Gary Fickes
Robyn Fontaine
Laurent Gaudry & Elena Shifflette
Bill Gebert
Jim Gordon
Kim Grike
Karen & Wayne Groteke
Arabella & Roger Holzapfel
Mary Huber
Sarah Jackett
Janet James
Donald & Barbara Johns
Marian Bradshaw Knapton
Mimi Lieber

Kathleen Long
Kathryn Malley
Nina & Mike Marciniszyn
John Marcus
Jack McCleland
Marty Meade & Lisa Ramsay Meade
Jim & Kathy Milavec
Carol Miller
Kathleen Molatch
Alison Morgan
Sandra Nicholson
Vidya Rajan
Michael Risk
Jim & LeAnn Russell
Jim and Pam Sacks
Katherine Silta
Stacey & John Simon
Kimberly  Smith
Terri & Charles Smith
Rebecca Symmes
Zoraida Vaher
Lisa Vaughn
Susan Walenta-Hunt
Pamela Whitlock
Linda  Wood
Tory VanReenen
Yvonne Vertleib
Don & Sandy White
Bob & Jeanne Yarrow
Lynda Yoder
John & Bonnie Yurga


A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THOSE OF YOU
WHO GIVE GENEROUSLY

 substantial general donations are truly so helpful
with the costly care we provide for ALL the dogs!

    Jeanette Adams-Price
Tracey Akitt
John Andersen
Marylee Ashby
 Pete & Bonnie Ault
Sue Basehore & Ilene Fischman
Jeff & Tracy Beck
Cathy & Steve Bouck
Dennis & Corinne Brown
Jeanie Burton
Parke & Karen Byron
Laurence Cable
Sue Campion
Brad Carso
Walter & Anne-Marie Cimowsky
Karen Claxton
Mary Beth Connors
Marc & Katherine Dattoma
Brad & Beth Davis
Donna Deal
Irene Denver
Martha Raymond & John Donohue
Sandy & Mike Fazio
Bob Fitzpatrick
Cheryl Fortier
Nancy Frakes
David & Barbara Francis
Lori Frieden
Keri & Rob Gardner
Gina & Sophia Garrubbo
Doris Gavurnik
Alan Gibson & Pat Creel

The Goldenberg Family Foundation
Renate & Peter Goodloe
Carlo & Joanna Grossman
Patricia Hammel
Kathy & Mike Hoar
Jim & Karen Hormel
Sarah Hoger & Glenn Watson
Linda Hotchkiss
Carlos & Sandy Iglesias
Janet James
Veralinn Jamieson & Brian Fishpaugh
Eve Ehrlich & Steve Jensen
Katie’s Fund of The Philadelphia Foundation
Marian Knapton
Julie Konnor
Robert & Rosalene Kuehne
Jeannie & Doug Leach
Martin Levy & Lorraine Kuhn
Sue & Dave Luther
Mike & Nina Marciniszyn
Boryana Marinova
James Mayer
Brian & Mary McNally
Marty Meade & Lisa Ramsay Meade
David Meeker
Brian & Amy O’Malley
Dory Mayo
Hovnan Melkonian
Matthew & Leslie Mole
Brent Omland & Anne Edmonds
Fred & Natalie Polvere

Frank & Ann Reed
Rita Rice
Brian Riley
Caryn Grabe Robinson
Sally & David Rojek
Dale & Doug Rutherford
Jack & Mary Schaefer
Pamela Schiffleger
Susan Sechler & Lloyd Timberlake
Cheryl Sedestrom
Sharon Sicafuse
Barbara Silverstein
John Sims
John & Stacey Simon
Cheryl Sedestrom
Ron & Linda Salmon
Norton & Sandy Sloan
Stacey & John Van Slyke
Carden & Jennifer Smith
Diana Smith & Bruce Patton
Harton Smith & Mary Bandura
Rachael Sokolowski & Amanda Reed
Karen Stoedter
Jane & David Stover
The Sumas Family
Rosemary & Ian Sutherland
Paula & Bill Vandeventer
Lisa Vaughn
Judy Novak & Robert Verboski
Nancy & Greg Vorbach
Karen Winkler & Paul Smith



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Contact the Farm rescue@glenhighlandfarm.com
Glen Highland Farm
217 Pegg Rd, Morris, NY  13808
Phone: (607)263-5415  Fax:  (607)263-5325