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each dog would love to have several angels watching over them !!  
All the dogs have special needs we just cannot anticipate  so you can be so helpful to their care.

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DOGS CURRENTLY NEEDING ANGELS


Merlin
Needs 1 angel


Jenney
Needs 3 angels


Corky

Needs 2 angels


Maverick

Needs 1 angel


Chip

Needs 2 angels


Lacie
Needs 1 angel


Bentley
Needs 2 angels


Jack
Needs 2 angels


JJ

Needs 2 angels


Bo

Needs 2 angels


Kayla
Needs 1 angel

 

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"an Angel" to a GHF dog





 Well, we were about to post pup Kellie as available for adoption but heard of a former GHF adopter who really wanted another special needs pup so soon as we sent her pictures along, the call came back - I want her!  So, tiny Kellie has a new life with a loving family who adore the breed and welcome any challenge, no matter how big or how small!  She’ll have canine pals and plenty to do and learn with her new FurMom who will expertly help this pup fulfill her potential and purpose.  We are so thrilled for both of them.

Lillie - I would love to be trusted with the care of this special girl. I really am feeling a draw here that I haven't felt in a while. I have found a passion for caring for and training special needs dogs. One of our current dogs - a 2 year old Aussie - is deaf and has limited eye sight. We are a great team and he's loving agility and lure coursing and I'm hoping to start canine freestyle. While I do work, I have a very flexible job which will allow me to come home when needed and also bring her to the office. 

I've been thinking about her and talking with my family since you contacted me on Monday and we would really love to be considered for her care.  

KELLIE: An 8 week old Border Collie pup, Kellie is incredibly precious and charming all of us with her wonderful nature. She’s sweet yet strong and has an amazing sense of everything around her which is good since Kellie has limited eyesight.  She is maneuvering well with the help of other dogs around. Kellie also tunes into people easily and loves attention.  She’s just arrived at GHF and we’ll have results from our Cornell ophthalmology visit soon.  This beautiful little girl found her way to us from a ‘breeder’ we know who didn’t want to use her as a breeding dog due to her disability.  We feel delighted she is here.  We’ll be looking for a home with another BC to help guide Kellie and someone who understands how to design an engaging world for a smart girl like this!


Banner Summary:
 - solo dog or strong female friend 
 -
bc savvy home
 - dog savvy cats

    



Banner's Angels
Nancy, Josh & Merit
BANNER: A 10 month old Border Collie, this boy is hilarious - he’s all about his ball and someone who gets his brilliance and desire to play!  Banner is a super friendly, good natured young BC with tons of energy. He loves attention and is very affectionate.  He needs a BC savvy guardian who really understands how to keep this intelligent young BC happy as well as physically exercised. Once his needs are properly met, he settles beautifully. Banner is a strong willed BC and does best with strong female Border Collies, not males and not more submissive dogs who are overpowered by his intensity. Banner is a big personality, charming everyone at GHF already.  He is about 45 pounds and best with dog savvy cats since he will chase them. He came to GHF from a PA shelter, when his needs could not be met.


Chase Summary:
 - Canine friends or solo dog ok
 -
bc savvy home
 - dog savvy cats

    



Chase's Angel
John & Marta Aberg, In Memory of Andrew Slyter

CHASE: A 1 year old Border Collie/Aussie, Chase is a smart, curious boy who, once he has a chance to get to know you, is an absolute love, super affectionate and easy going. He loves playing herding games, running and wrestling, but likes to snuggle with another dog or his person when things quiet down. He is less intense then the average BC, enjoying an occasional game of ball but he's just as likely to be found at his foster moms feet in her home office. Chase came to the Farm from a divorce situation after spending the first part of his short life, crated while his family was away 10-12 hours a day. He didn't have the opportunity to meet people outside of his immediate family or visit new places and experience life, so it takes him time to warm up to people he doesn't know. He will now sit or lay down for treats from new people but he is hesitant when someone he doesn't know reaches for him or tries to pet him too quickly.  He is a quick learner and will engage with a seasoned person who understands how to connect with a smart, sensitive guy through positive reinforcement without pushing him further then he is ready to go. Chase has come a long way but he will continue to need an experienced advocate that he can trust to keep him safe, help guide him in new situations and build on his experience meeting new people. He is about 35 pounds and good with dog savvy cats.  Chase is being fostered in eastern PA and we’d like for adopters to meet him in the foster setting.  

Special thanks to Marybeth Powers who is working
with Chase at this time, in her home.





 COOPER is staying right where he landed so many, many months ago, with his Foster Mom.  He is a sensitive pup who has a hard time with change, clearly still carrying the damage from the Sprakers atrocity. While he’s bravely tackled lots of new things and blossomed in many ways, there is a place where Cooper has done all he can to be a ‘normal, happy’ dog.  Two failed adoption trials led Cooper back to where he feels safest, among other BC buddies, including GHF alums who kindly mentored him.  Cooper plays, chases, runs joyful as can be and then curls up under the desk as his now FurMom works. He’s truly settled and content with this life.  Such a young pup in February and now a little over a year old, Cooper is now home, forever. 

COOPER: An 11 month old Border Collie, Cooper is a gentle soul who really loves to be with his person. He is a good-natured companion BC without herding drive so loves to curl up next to someone and is happy to shadow you around the house or outside.  He is very easy going and can also be timid with anything new so does best with a confident, young BC buddy who he can follow.  When he’s with a buddy, he wrestles and chases and has a blast playing.  Cooper really needs a simple life with a dog friend to call his own and a person devoted to him.  He’s curious about the big world he’s never known and watches everything intently but will need someone patient to take him step by step through things that overwhelm him.  Like the other Sprakers dogs, he was left outside 24/7 with other dogs and little human interaction, so he’s now learning about human relationships and appropriate care. He’s a wonderful little guy who shares his heart fully, just a sweetheart. However he is very hesitant with people and skittish in new situations. Once he knows you, he does well but he will need a great deal of patience and time to adapt. He is about 40 pounds and good with cats.


Bud Summary:
 - Canine friends preferred 
 - invisible fence REQUIRED

    



Bud's Angel
Cindra Macomber

BUD: A petite 2 year old Border Collie, Bud is a smart guy eager to figure out where to use his brainpower. He’s been living with 4 kids and learned to play a great game of catch but hasn’t yet realized his mental abilities go way beyond retrieval. He is so ready to learn new things and eager to do so, very curious about this new life he’s found himself in. Bud is a sponge, happy to follow the direction of his person and truly going to blossom in the right hands. He’s a bit confused by how to interact with the herding dogs but he’ll understand, given some time - it’s all new to him. Bud is very athletic, springing right off the ground up to your face so would love some physical challenges, too. Bud is able to monkey right over a 5 foot fence so will be placed on an invisible fence system only. He is about 23 pounds and good with cats. A sweet guy, he’s a ‘diamond in the rough’.

Our vacationing campers are walking GHF dogs and catching moments of fun with them!


***COLIN is from the Flat Creek  - Sprakers NY confiscation
He will only be placed:
 - with a bc savvy adopter due to his skittish nature
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - other bc friends and fenced yard is REQUIRED

    



Colin's Angels
-Lynne Bunke
-
Heidi Bilodeau
COLIN:  A 2 year old Border Collie, Colin is a very soft boy who so wants to trust this new world he’s encountering. He’s making great progress, step by step.  Colin learns best from the other dogs in his foster home, taking cues about how life works in a home so he'll need a canine friend for sure. He could easily join a multiple dog household. Colin has learned all about stairs and his yard and the fun of dog play but most importantly, he's starting to understand that humans are good. His FosterMom is working slowly,  to give him a sense that good things come from people like peanut butter stuffed kongs and nylabones and loving touch. Colin is so incredibly sweet and so wants to be brave so we know, with time, patience and the right person, plus all the help in his foster home will pay off for a new life.  He is going to do best in a calm, quiet home with loving people that understand his history and don't overwhelm him with too many expectations. He is good with cats.  Colin is about 40 pounds.  Colin came from the Sprakers NY confiscation where he and 45 other BC's were living outside 24/7 with little or no human contact. Colin will need a great deal of patience and time to adapt and will only be placed in an adult home, ideally with a young BC who is confident and happy to further pull him out and into play mode.

Special thanks to Deb Lazaro for giving Colin 
the help he needs in foster care.


Poe Summary:
 - Canine friends or solo dog ok 
 -
bc savvy home
 - dog savvy cats

    



Special thanks to transporters Janine and Dan Choplick, Susan Myers, and Debbie and Tony Grassi. 
Poe's Angels
Annette Otis
POE: A 3 year old Border Collie, Poe is the nicest guy. He loves his toy play and will enjoy anyone willing send a toss his way! Frisbee is his favorite! Poe is a really sweet guy who engages with everyone happily and easily. He loves to cuddle for awhile before springing into action for another game. He is smart, focused and good-natured though very energetic like all young BC’s. Poe would be a great hiking friend since his recall is so strong. He is fine with other dogs though could be happy as a solo dog. He is about 40 pounds, a bit underweight. He is good with dog savvy cats.  Poe loves the water, quite the swimmer!


Pasha Summary:
 - fenced yard REQUIRED

    



Pasha's Angels
Magda and Andre Heydenrych
PASHA: A 5 year old Border Collie, Pasha is quite a presence, a big boy with lots of charisma. He is also a huge ball nut, absolutely ready to play anytime, anywhere. He is fast, agile and focused, quite an athlete. He is also affectionate, very eager to be with his person and enjoys whatever they want to do with him, as the best reward. Pasha is clearly observant and smart and sensitive, a very ‘plugged-in’ Border Collie. He was a beloved family member but allergies led to his relinquishment to GHF. His former family dearly loved him and it shows. Pasha is good with cats. He is about 50 pounds. Pasha lived without other dogs in his previous NJ home so could do that again but does love playing with dogs and could buddy up with another canine friend easily.

MERLIN needs an angel - click here to learn more
Merlin Summary:
 
-
canine friends preferred
 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - Adult home

    



MERLIN: A 6 year old Border Collie, Merlin is a really interesting, sweet guy who is enjoying his new life!  He absolutely loves toys - a major ball nut - so happy to play and play.  He is an affectionate boy, too, though is most comfortable with women since that's what he is used to from his previous situation.  Merlin is a bit of a 'velcro' dog cause he sticks right by your side, really bonded to his main person.   He is good with other dogs so could have a canine buddy or be the center of attention with the right, patient, yet active person since he sure loves to play! Merlin is good with cats. He will need someone who understands that while Merlin is an adult dog, he is very innocent and puppy like in his new experiences. He can also get overwhelmed and extremely nervous so cannot be rushed so will need a great deal of patience and time to adapt. He will only be placed in an adult home with a hard fenced yard.  He is about 40 pounds. He came to GHF from a PA guardian who stopped breeding and wanted a better life for him.

Special thanks to Rosie Sutherland for opening her NJ home 
to foster Merlin and help him blossom further. 



 Sweet NIM jumped right into her new guardians lap, happy to cuddle instantly. She had met them a few weeks ago so waited patiently as they handled their commitments with plans to return if she was still available.  And while other adopters did inquire about Nim, it was this life that seemed so perfect for her. She’ll be their constant companion 24/7, just as she had been previously. Nim absolutely adores people and so wanted a person to call her own full-time so now she has two!  Her new FurMom and FurDad just loved her sweet nature and have a long history of having Border Collies, including a GHF alum, so they know the great mind that lurks beneath this sweetness!  All three were very happy as they headed off to CT.

NIM: A 6 year old Border Collie, Nim is a gorgeous, brilliant girl who loves to be with her person and quickly befriends anyone near to her. She loves people! She is a classic BC with focus and smarts to sort out where she is and who matters, eager to bond to a person. Nim comes from very good breeding lines and had been a dear friend to her previous guardian who died. Up until then, she went everywhere with her 24/7. Nim loves a life like this and clearly devotes herself to her person. She is very very smart and interested in the environment around her, keeping track of everything that goes on. She lived on 25 acres so is used to a more rural setting and loves it. She is not that interested in toys but is more people focused. She is very controlling with other dogs so should be a solo dog. She is good with cats. Nim is about 40 pounds. She came to GHF through the help of a friend of the previous guardian who wanted to be sure they were both safe


Robbie Summary:
 
- REQUIRES A HARD FENCED YARD
 - best as SOLO dog
 - Skilled BC home
 - NO cats

       



Robbie's Angels
-Reggie & Leela Arrison
ROBBIE: A 6 year old Border Collie, Robbie is a smiler! He loves life and wants to be in the middle of the fun, wherever it is! At first, he is VERY nervous and will need a positive approach to showing him that he is safe with someone new. It's harder for Robbie to be comfortable with men than women so he will only be placed with a skilled, patient BC person. He loves to make up his own games with toys, happily entertaining himself tossing them in the air. He is funny and sweet but does have a very sensitive side and needs to gain a person's trust before he can be comfortable. He is about 45 pounds and is not good with cats. An adult home is best for him since clear direction and guidance is important. He is more nervous with men and will need a woman in the home for him to do his best, at first.   Robbie came with 6 other BC's from an Ohio rescuer who became ill and gave all the dogs to GHF.
Special thanks to Jane Locacio and Ann Gardner who dropped everything to travel to get the 7 Ohio dogs to the Farm.

FAE is from the Flat Creek  - Sprakers NY confiscation
She will only be placed:
 - with a bc savvy adopter 
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - fenced yard is REQUIRED



Fae's Angels
-Fritz & Pat Vohr, angel in memory of Tucker
-
Reggie & Leela Arrison

FAE: A petite 6 year old Border Collie, Fae is an adorable girl, quite the charmer. Even though she is timid at first, her gentle nature is wonderful, sweetly coming to your side for attention. Once she trusts all is well, Fae happily cuddles and asks for attention. She will do best in an adult only home since she can be skittish with new people. She gains great confidence when her friend, Glenna who easily comes over to say hello to people. So, ideally, we’d like to place them together. Fae loves to explore outside checking out the great outdoors, just trotting around as if she’s found a slice of doggie heaven. She comes instantly when called and is happy to hang with you inside, joyful to be with someone and be loved. Fae is one of the 46 confiscated Sprakers/Flat Creek dogs so has a rough history of living outside 24/7 with little human attention. She is about 30 pounds and is good with cats. She will need a hard fenced yard and an adult home with patient people who want to nurture and share their hearts but not demand too much.

She is best buddies with Glenna and would be thrilled to live a life as part of this pairing though we will consider sending Fae on her own, too.



GLENNA needs an angel - click here to learn more

EVERY GHF SENIOR COSTS $1500 IN VETTING TO INSURE THEY ARE IN GOOD HEALTH. 
FOUR ANGELS ARE NEEDED PLEASE.

GLENNA is from the Flat Creek  - Sprakers NY confiscation
She will only be placed:
 - other bc friends or solo dog
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - fenced yard is REQUIRED


Glenna's Angels
-
Cathy & Steve Bouck and GHF Alum Mika & Cassy
-Reggie & Leela Arrison
-
Nancy Marston
-Fritz & Pat Vohr - in memory of Tucker
GLENNA: A petite 10 year old Border Collie, Glenna is one gorgeous, sweet girl who loves attention! She is gentle and shy but comes up politely asking for a little recognition for being such a doll. She is enjoying the fun of being able to run, explore and be a happy Border Collie and we’re thrilled to see her blossom. She is from the tough situation in Sprakers NY where she was left outside 24/7 with little human connection. So, for Glenna, life is now grand and she is thriving. She loves hanging with anyone who will be with her, including some men that are patient and kind.  She also enjoys her buddy, Fae, pairing up to hang together and race around the Farm. She is a strong girl so does best with submissive Border Collies. We’re pretty sure that Glenna was the matriarch of the gang though clearly a sweetheart with people!  Glenna is about 30 pounds and is good with cats.

Glenna, like all mature dogs, has had diagnostic tests: thyroid, bloodwork and urinalysis and is healthy to be adopted


Simon & Jaz Summary:
 - Adopted together - a great pair
 
- REQUIRES A FENCED YARD 
 - NO cats

    


JAZ is the leader, the catalyst for motion. You throw, she chases and that's what she loves the most. Focused, smart and attentive, she's got all the traits of a classic BC. Jaz is an incredible frisbee dog, turning mid-air to catch whatever is tossed her way. She loves to play and she also loves people, a very friendly high energy girl. A very responsive girl, she knows how to have fun!  She is good with cats but since Simon isn't, they will only go into a "no cats" home

Simon and Jazz Angels
-Sparky, in memory of Dot & Jack

SIMON and JAZ, both 7 yr old bc's.  They are absolutely terrific with people, very eager to say hello to anyone and everyone and they are great with other dogs. They were very well socialized and befriend everyone they meet. This fabulous pair are great friends, loving life, happy to share their charm and brilliance and joy of having fun, BC style! Both athletic and playful, they need an active guardian who adores this breed. 

SIMON is a thinker, paying attention to everything around him to decide whether it's ball time or not. A bit sensitive, he likes some reassurance before he joins in the action. But, he LOVES his ball and makes up games with Jaz as they both are toy dogs! He's happy to have attention and also happy to entertain himself. He is not good with cats.

Our vacationing campers are walking GHF dogs and catching moments of fun with them!

Videos of Simon and Jazz playing

http://youtu.be/MnHzfJwkuOE 

http://youtu.be/PLicBBIiNjE 


Baxter Summary:
 
-
solo dog
 - dog savvy cats
 - trained on invisible fence

    



Special thanks to transporters Jamie More, Dee Erickson, and Kim Renak who stepped up to help Baxter get to the Farm.

Baxter's Angels
 -Christopher, Jackie, Ruger, and Chloe
BAXTER: A 7 year old Border Collie with ABCA papers, Baxter is a toy boy! He absolutely loves toys of any kind and is quite athletic a player.  He is smart, sweet and wants to please.  Baxter is very observant, quite a thinker so loves to do puzzles and learn.  He would do well with someone who enjoys stimulating his mind but also wants a partner to go places with them.  He has not been socialized with dogs so will be placed as a solo dog.  He is good with dog savvy cats since he will chase but lived with them safely.  Baxter is about 60 pounds a bit taller than the standard.  He was adopted from the Farm as a a 1 year old due to divorce and found himself, going through the same thing six years later so he came back to GHF. So, again, through no fault of his own, he needs a new home.


Cora Summary:
 
-
solo dog or canine friends
 - NO cats

    


Cora's Angels 
-Peg & Mike Fuller
-Twist, BC Rescue

CORA: A petite 7 year old Border Collie mix, Cora is the cutest thing, full of personality and spunk, making everyone chuckle. She gets so excited that her whole body wiggles as she comes over for attention. If you play a little game of moving around back and forth, she just is over-joyed with excitement!  Cora is a gem, truly delightful.  She came to GHF from a PA shelter clearly in rough shape with an awful skin condition and very very underweight.  She’s gaining now and her skin and coat look good and she’s feeling great! Cora gets along well with other dogs though seems to be a bit of a boss so likely to do best with submissive dogs.  Cora is 30 pounds and is not good with cats.


Special thanks to Ann Gardner who is fostering 
Cora in Ct so she can enjoy home life!




 Sweet CHIPS landed with two new guardians who fell madly in love with her soon as they laid eyes on her! Then, she promptly sat down for a head scratch, wagging her tail while sitting down and that did it!!  Chips is exactly the friend they wanted to add to their lives and she felt just the same, pawing for attention and happily following them everywhere they went, inside and out. This good natured girl has now landed in a loving life with people who will continue to share their hearts deeply with her, just as her original FurMom had done for so long.  We’re thrilled for Chips!  She now lives in Ny and will even joy time at the nearby lake as well as visiting the Farm on vacation in the spring!

CHIPS: An 8 year old Border Collie, Chips is a spirited, funny character with lots of personality. She is game for pretty much anything…meeting a new dog, taking a car ride, playing with toys, going hiking.. she’s wonderful.  Chips is also quite the cuddler and used to sleep on the bed in her former home cause she loves being the center of attention. Chips is very smart, focused and eager to take direction from a person, bonding easily. She is good with other dogs and lived with Corky and Pepper though gets along better with Pepper since Chips is a bit controlling, like many female BC’s…submissive females or male dogs work best for her!  Chips was adored in her former home as were all the dogs who found themselves at GHF due to their FurMom’s illness.  We knew Chips having met her many times when they all vacationed at the Farm so were happy to help. Chips is carrying some extra weight which will come off easily. She is not yet tested on cats.


Pepper Summary:
 
-
solo dog or canine friends
 - good with cats

    



Special thanks to Erica Snyder, Harry Johnston, Borden Loving and Phil Dalke, and Jeff Beck for transportation assistance.

Pepper's Angels
-Reggie & Leela Arrison
PEPPER: A 9 year old Border Collie, Pepper is a loving, sweet, interesting girl. She loves to keep an eye on anything going on around her and clearly, is a thinker. Smart as can be, she also loves attention and was known as the ‘love bug’ in her former home.  Pepper is a ball fiend as well as one to enjoy exploring outdoors. She has great recall for off leash hikes.  She joins in with other dogs easily since she’s used to living in a pack of three BC’s.  Pepper visited GHF when her FurMom vacationed here many years ago so we know just how great this girl really is and are sad to see her in of a new home. She was a beloved family member but an illness of her FurMom led her to be at GHF.  Pepper lived with Corky and Chips and got along famously with both. She is carrying extra weight that will come off after more exercise. Pepper is good with cats.


CHIP needs angels - click here to learn more

EVERY GHF SENIOR COSTS $1500 IN VETTING TO INSURE THEY ARE IN GOOD HEALTH. 
FOUR ANGELS ARE NEEDED PLEASE.

Chip Summary:
 - Adult home only
 
- fenced yard - invisible fence OK
 - Other canine friend or active solo home
 - NO cats

   


Chip's Angel
-Betty Meyer
-
Paul & Chris Fisher
CHIP: A 10 year old Border Collie with ABCA papers, Chip is all about the ball and will race and chase til he drops! He loves action, a classic BC!  Chip is smart as they come and as sweet as can be and focused to work that ball!  He is great with other BC's, and just as happy to be by himself, engaged with his person though he likes to play with other BC's too. He's an adorable guy with tons of personality, smart as a whip.  Chip is friends with everyone he meets and has no worries about new situations or anything thrown his way - he rolls with it all, just like the ball! Chip will do best in a rural setting far from traffic and chaos. He is a doll to be around and really full of personality - fast to learn, eager to act and loving everyone. Chip's previous VA guardians felt it was best to find him a life that suited him better. He is about 50 pounds and is not good with cats

Special thanks to fosterer Linda Wood 
for opening her home and heart to Chip.


MAVERICK needs angels - click here to learn more

EVERY GHF SENIOR COSTS $1500 IN VETTING TO INSURE THEY ARE IN GOOD HEALTH. 
FOUR ANGELS ARE NEEDED PLEASE.

Maverick Summary:
 - solo dog home
 - NO cats
 - fence yard required

    




Special thanks to our transporters – Ellen Simcik, Teresa and Dan Landon, Dick Dumaresq, Gail Hartman, Sue Myers, and Debbie and Tony Grassi.
Maverick's Angel
-Cappy's Woods
-Ilene Fischman & Sue Basehore
-Sarah Hodger & Glenn Watson

MAVERICK: An 11 year old Border Collie, Maverick is a character - he is a strong willed guy who likes to check out everything going on around him!  He loves exploring outside to see where the Farm dogs are going and will happily trot along to join them, all about the action.  He is very athletic and loves his squeaky ball. He’s an engaging BC with plenty of spunk, a bit like the old style BC's from working farms who know how to think and observe and use their minds non-stop, very curious and ready to be a part of everything….he's quite special. Maverick is easy going but certainly a 'young senior' so would love a life where he has 'work' to do, hanging with his person.  He is about 50 pounds. He was a stray in PA, found matted, dirty and truly a mess. He is not good with cats.

Maverick, like all mature dogs, has had diagnostic tests: thyroid, bloodwork and urinalysis and is healthy to be adopted


Special thanks to Vicki Buono who happily opened 
her home to foster Maverick.



JENNEY needs an angel - click here to learn more

EVERY GHF SENIOR COSTS $1500 IN VETTING TO INSURE THEY ARE IN GOOD HEALTH. 
FOUR ANGELS ARE NEEDED PLEASE.

***JENNEY is from the Flat Creek  - Sprakers NY confiscation
She will only be placed:
 - other bc friends or solo dog
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - fenced yard is REQUIRED


Jenny soliciting play:
 http://youtu.be/WrlA_VzUtcE

Jenney's Angels
-Reggie & Leela Arrison
JENNEY: A 10 year old Border Collie, Jenney is a real love, just all about being the center of attention and sharing her heart.She is smart as can be and eager to join in whatever is going on around her. Jenney can also be a bit timid at first so does well when someone is patient and not overwhelming so she trusts it’s ok to be herself. Speaking to her in a gentle voice calms any worries and she’s as sweet as can be.  She loves to take walks and check out the great outdoors, trotting along on her own or with her person.  As her Foster Mom says, Jenney is a very spunky gal with a big heart, like Eliza Doolittle from My Fair Lady.  She’s happy to have a cozy warm indoor life now, snuggling and also out sniffing around the great outdoors! Jenney was one of the 46 confiscated Sprakers/Flat Creek dogs so had a hard life living outside 24/7 without human interaction. She now clearly cherishes all that humans can give and has blossomed beautifully.  Jenney loves her puzzle toys and will take on the challenge to figure out whatever is asked of her. She is about 40 pounds and is good with cats. Jenney could live with an easy going submissive male BC or as a solo dog. Jenney will only be placed in an adult home with a hard fenced yard. She will do best with patient guardians who understand her skittish nature.

Jenney, like all mature dogs, has had diagnostic tests: thyroid, bloodwork and urinalysis and is healthy to be adopted



Ace Summary:
 
-
friends or solo dog
 - no cats

    



Many thanks to Ace transporters Andy Simcik, Erica Snyder, Deb and Harry Johnston, Cindy Tier, Borden Loving and Phil Dalke, Sue Myers, and Jennifer Royce.

Ace's Angels
-Luann Madison & Sadie & Gene
-Lynn & Larry Adelsohn
-Francis & Stephen Littlefield

ACE: A 10 year old Border Collie, ACE is such a wonderful guy, with the sweetest nature! Ace loves tennis balls and really any toy you toss for him - he goes to pick up a toy before heading outside so it’s handy for that game of fetch. After a few tosses and some happy ‘woo woo’ howls, he loves to walk with you, or explore the yard on his own. Ace has a great recall! Indoors he’s very content to hang out with you, such an easy-going guy! He “aced” his heartworm treatment and is ready to enjoy a loving, happy life with someone special. Ace is 45 pounds, he is not good with cats and would do best as an only dog. He was a stray in Pennsylvania, landing in a shelter that fortunately works with GHF.

Ace, like all mature dogs, has had diagnostic tests: thyroid, bloodwork and urinalysis and is healthy to be adopted



CORKY needs an angel - click here to learn more

EVERY GHF SENIOR COSTS $1500 IN VETTING TO INSURE THEY ARE IN GOOD HEALTH. 
FOUR ANGELS ARE NEEDED PLEASE.

Corky Summary:
 
-
friends or solo dog
 - good with cats

    



Corky's Angels
-Lina and Brad Edmonds
-DeeDee Arisson, the Princess Briard

CORKY: A 10 year old Border Collie with ABCA papers, Corky is a love. She is very very people oriented and loves to be with her person. She also loves a great game of ball and will happily play as long as you throw! She’s a young girl in attitude and energy when outside and then wonderful inside too, curling up at your feet.  She has done agility and obedience and has her Canine Good Citizen certificate as a therapy dog. Corky is one of those exceptional Border Collies born long before the breed became popularized. She is smart, focused and understands what it means to be a close friend and partner with a person.  She used to vacation at GHF with her FurMom so we’ve known Corky for years. She lived with Pepper and Chips, all three relinquished to the Farm due to her guardian’s illness. These were beloved family members who thankfully found safe haven here.  All three are fabulous dogs. Corky is carrying some extra weight now which will come off easily. She is good with cats. Corky would be fine living as a solo dog or with other dogs. She and Pepper get along famously, too.


Corky vacationing in 2008, at GHF
Special thanks to Erica Snyder, Harry Johnston, Borden Loving and Phil Dalke, and Jeff Beck for transportation assistance.

JJ needs angels - click here to learn more

EVERY GHF SENIOR COSTS $1500 IN VETTING TO INSURE THEY ARE IN GOOD HEALTH. 
FOUR ANGELS ARE NEEDED PLEASE.

JJ Summary:
 - Other canine friend or solo home
 - fenced yard required

    



Special thanks to Mary Jean Byrne-Maisto who drove a long distance to get JJ into rescue at GHF.
JJ' Angels
-John & Bonnie Yurga
-
Karen & Bob Farley

JJ: A 13 year old Border Collie mix, JJ is one happy fellow, content to check out the Farm yard and hang with the other seniors. He is such a great, friendly, happy go lucky dog just one to enjoy his person and hang out! JJ is great with cats and could easily join other dogs in a multiple dog household. He’d also do fine as a solo dog accompanying his person wherever they go. JJ has a laid back personality combined with wonderful curiosity so he’s a joy to be around. He is about 50 pounds and was abandoned by his previous PA guardians, left with a dog sitter.

LACIE will live out her life at the Farm, due to health challenges.
Please consider supporting her care by being her angel. 
We will need ongoing financial assistance for her needs.

 
click here to learn more

EVERY GHF SENIOR COSTS $1500 IN VETTING TO INSURE THEY ARE IN GOOD HEALTH. 
FOUR ANGELS ARE NEEDED PLEASE.

Lacie Summary:
 - Other canine friend or solo home
 - no cats
 - tennis balls required

    




Special thanks to our transporters Krysta Barnhart, Dick Dumaresq and Paul Elkins.
Lacie's Angels
-DeeDee Arisson, the Princess Briard
-
Ilene Fischman & Sue Basehore
-Sarah Hodger & Glenn Watson

Well! New news on Lacie that we are pleased to report…she’s not out of the woods but she does NOT have cancer!  Lacie has a massive kidney infection stemming from an e-coli infection that is extremely resistant to normal antibiotics.  The specialists were stunned by the culture results and informed us that the infection is so bad, it’s typical that a kidney is removed,  however that can’t happen for Lacie since it’s both of her kidneys.  We will now start an aggressive protocol with a special ‘cocktail’ of antibiotics administered at the hospital. Please keep Lacie in your thoughts and prayers as this little girl now has a fighting chance of many years ahead !!

LACIE An 11 year old Border Collie, Lacie is the cutest thing. She's got plenty of spunk and total confidence about everything she wants to do and willingly checks out the world as if she can handle it all! She's a classic BC. One of the reasons she's so secure in her own way of handling the world is because she did in fact work on a sheep farm, so her brilliance was put to good use. Lacie is good with other dogs and likes her ball games, too!  She found herself without a home when her guardian aged so his grandson was selling her for $50 since she was old.  Lacie lived outside all her life but is loving the Farmhouse Sanctuary, happy to be warm and cozy. She has perfect manners and such a friendly personality, it's hard to imagine anyone parting with these really wonderful girl. Fortunately, we were able to bring her into rescue at GHF. She is not good with cats.


BENTLEY will live out his life at the Farm, due to health challenges.
Please consider supporting his care by being his angel. 
We will need ongoing financial assistance for his needs.

 
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EVERY GHF SENIOR COSTS $1500 IN VETTING TO INSURE THEY ARE IN GOOD HEALTH.
FOUR
ANGELS ARE NEEDED PLEASE. 


Bentley's Angels
-
Jon and Kirsten Nagy in honor of Boone from Shuck's Border Collies
-
DeeDee Arisson, the Princess Briard
BENTLEY: A 14 year old Border Collie mix, Bentley is not only adorable, he is a character, about as charming as any dog who has ever landed at GHF. He absolutely loves to say hello to everyone. He parades around with a nylabone or a ball in his mouth, happy as can be, tail always wagging. This is one easy-going boy! He is definitely people-oriented and likes to follow you around and be close to you. Bentley is delightfully curious, taking in new things with wide-eyed wonder, very puppy-like. He is enjoying the freedom of the yard and meeting other dogs.  Bentley is great with other dogs but can get overwhelmed by numbers and strong personalities so would prefer more one on one attention from his person. He is fine with cats.

Bentley came to GHF when his NY guardian landed in the hospital with a terminal disease.  He lived outside all his life with two other dogs. With laser treatment and anti- inflammatory meds, Bentley's degenerative disc disease can be managed.  Aside from this challenge, he is in good health with solid bloodwork, thyroid testing and urinalysis - a full geriatric screen gave him a good bill of health. Bentley is about 40 pounds. 


JACK is an amazing senior who landed here a year ago and while we thought he might be happy in a different life, he's shown us that he wants to stay at the Farm. So, Jack is another resident senior happily content living here at GHF, where things make total sense to him. We understand this very special boy and his likes and dislikes so here he'll stay, til his days are done. Jack is in some ways, the mascot for all the seniors - he's happy, healthy and clearly voting that life at GHF is GRAND…lots of ball play, lots of love and plenty of stuff to DO so we welcome Jack as a permanent resident!!

 We would love your support to care for Jack for the rest of his life. 
 
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EVERY GHF SENIOR COSTS $1500 IN VETTING TO INSURE THEY ARE IN GOOD HEALTH. 
FOUR ANGELS ARE NEEDED PLEASE.


Jack's Angels
-Rachael Sokolowski and Amanda Reed & Mist
-Rhian, Steve and Mandy Ball

JACK: A 14 year old Border Collie, Jack is so cool - he loves life - running, chasing, exploring, playing ball, greeting everyone with his distinctive bark. He adores people and will take all the attention and affection you are willing to give.  Jack is a trooper for sure, he sailed through his heartworm treatment – his attitude was and is- that everyday is a day to be lived and enjoyed. We're thrilled to have Jack here at the Farm, a
great inspiration to everyone. He is smart, super sweet, ready to stay by your side, in tune with you and sharing his heart and his goofy smile. This incredible boy is agile and active even with some bum back legs (from falling in a hole years ago). He loves toys of any kind and will happily entertain himself if you are busy. He is fine with cats. Jack came to GHF after his VA guardians foreclosure. He was father to many litters over the years.  


BO will live out his life at the Farm.
Please consider supporting his care by being his angel. 
We will need ongoing financial assistance for his needs.

 
click here to learn more

EVERY GHF SENIOR COSTS $1500 IN VETTING TO INSURE THEY ARE IN GOOD HEALTH. 
FOUR
ANGELS ARE NEEDED PLEASE.



Bo's Angels
-Renate Goodloe  
-
Susan Strange
BO: A 15 year old Border Collie mix, Bo needed a place to hang his hat when his person had to move to a campground that didn’t take dogs.  He’s lived with one person since 6 months old so this is not the easiest change for him but we’re working hard to give him the feeling of home. Bo is now our office dog so he has someone with him almost all the time which he loves. This sweet, wonderful boy quietly lays inside, undisturbed by all the activity cause he just loves being WITH someone!  Bo is also quite athletic, faster than most seniors we see, going for a speedy run around the yard. He’s happy as can be when he can run and explore.  He is great with other dogs and cats alike. Bo has had all had all the health diagnostics done and doing beautifully.  He’s a petite guy, at 30 pounds. He was purchased by his guardian long ago, at a PA flea market. 




We are working through some fear issues with Loki at this time.


Loki Angels
Linda Whitman, Sky & Connell

LOKI: A 1 year old Border Collie, Loki is a sweet soul with a great big heart wanting to love everyone. While he is puppy-like in his nature, he is fearful meeting new people and will become defensive.  Once he understands he knows the person, he relaxes instantly and goes into his affectionate mode on your lap for kisses.  We are working with Loki on the fear aggression since he can bite in the wrong circumstances. He was left in a barn as a pup once he had a couple accidents in the house. This confinement separated him from the family, creating his high anxiety meeting anyone new.  We also suspect Loki has been mishandled aside from the lack of social development.  He is about 40 pounds and good with cats. We are working on his fear issues to decide about adoptability.


Kizzy Summary:
 - other bc friend(s) REQUIRED 
 - sport potential
 - fenced yard REQUIRED

    




Kizzy's Angel
-Rosie & Ian Sutherland
-
Robert Fitzpatrick

KIZZY: A 1 year old Border Collie, Kizzy is all action! She is one of the fastest dogs we’ve seen, covering ground in such an agile way, she clearly can do sports like agility. She also has an strong, focused eye with clear herding instincts. We are giving Kizzy a chance to try agility and herding in a foster home to be sure she has the best chance to develop her natural abilities.  She will be ready for adoption in a fairly short time.  Kizzy does have some initial worries meeting strangers so this will also help build her confidence and focus her mind productively. She is super smart, eager to please and very toy focused. She is from an Ohio breeder, bought as a family companion. She was abandoned at a PA vet hospital due to limited funds for a medical procedure. Thankfully for her, the vet stepped in to call GHF and now, Kizzy can land in a more appropriate home.



Special thanks to to Judy Hoffman who is fostering Kizzy in NJ.


***PIP is from the Flat Creek  - Sprakers NY confiscation
She will only be placed:
 - with a bc savvy adopter due to her skittish nature
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - fenced yard is REQUIRED
 - dog savvy cats

    

We are working through some fear issues with Pip at this time.




Pip's Angel
-
Leslie McDevitt
-DeeDee Arisson, the Princess Briard
PIP: A 1 1/2 year old petite Border Collie, Pip is very curious about everything around her and loves to see what’s going on.  She is a pretty independent girl but does best with the guidance of a BC savvy person who understands when Pip gets overwhelmed with all her curiosity! Sometimes meeting other dogs can make her nervous and new people too so she will need some help from the person she trusts is HER person. She has the courage to try new things but could be just as happy in a simple life without going out everywhere in lots of new situations.  Pip would love a life with her own yard and a loving person to cuddle with and enjoy.   She is a gentle girl with a huge heart, loving her belly rubs and getting attention. Pip is about 30 pounds and best with dog savvy cats.  She will need a great deal of patience and time to adapt to a new situation.  She will only be placed in an adult home, ideally with another male BC friend. She does need a hard fenced yard.



KAYLA needs an angel - click here to learn more
KAYLA is from the Flat Creek  - Sprakers NY confiscation
She will only be placed:
 - with a bc savvy adopter due to her skittish nature
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - other bc friends and fenced yard is REQUIRED



KAYLA: A 1 1/2 year old Border Collie, Kayla finds great comfort with her Foster Mom's canine pack, confident, tail wagging and engaged.  She joins in the commotion of barking and playing, racing back and forth outside, having a grand time.  She loves to follow her FosterMom everyone and is getting used to being lovingly touched, less nervous that nothing will go wrong.  However, Kayla is still very wary of human touch and dodges at times to flee but she loves food so is learning that she can take treats if she knows the person. She is terrified of men and will hide instantly and is very concerned meeting new people.  Her FosterMom is committed to helping her with each of these worries and knows that someone patient can help, step by step, once Kayla learns to trust.  Kayla is one of 46 dogs taken from a bad breeding situation where the dogs were all left outside 24/7, with little or no human contact. Kayla hates to be outside on windy days when it's cold and literally stops in her tracks.  This sweet, gentle girl is trying to make sense of a loving life inside a home where someone cares about her happiness and well-being. It's going to take time for her to realize what she so deserves. Kayla is about 30 pounds and not yet tested on cats.


Special thanks to Leslie Benway 
who opened her heart and home to help Kayla.


NEVAN is from the Flat Creek  - Sprakers NY confiscation
He will only be placed:
 - with a bc savvy adopter due to his skittish nature
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - other bc friends and fenced yard is REQUIRED

    



Nevan's Angels
-Peg & Mike Fuller

NEVAN: A 2 yr old Border Collie, Nevan is a very very skittish boy, coming from the difficult situation at Sprakers NY. He is incredibly sweet and gentle but afraid of the world around him.  He had lived outside 24/7 in electrified pen enclosures, with other BC's, used for breeding. We don't know if Nevan was a breeding male or just a young boy who didn't sell fast enough, but either way, he was stuck in an awful situation. Fortunately, he made it to GHF after being lost for 12 days, mistakenly allowed to jump out of a car by the relinquisher passing him to another rescue. Nevan, like most of the dogs from this situation, will flee in a panic, which he did. We're happy to have him here and will take him, step by step, through this new opportunity for a wonderful loving life.  Nevan has a wonderful nature, enjoys other Border Collies and will be given plenty of time to learn he is safe with humans. He will only be placed in a BC savvy home and with skilled adopters who understand the impact of being so under socialized and afraid of people.  He is about 45 pounds and not yet tested on cats.  

Special thanks to Anne Cattaneo for helping Nevan 
get the help he needs in foster care.


LEA is from the Indiana confiscation
She will only be placed:
 - with a bc savvy adopter due to his skittish nature
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - other bc friends and fenced yard is REQUIRED

    


Lea's Angels
-Shuck's Border Collies
-Lara Avery

LEA: A petite 2 year old Border Collie, Lea is gorgeous. She is so thoughtful, really taking in everything around her, trying to understand this totally new life. Lea is now in foster care and loves sitting in her foster Mom’s lap, really engaged attentively with her.  She’s had an amazing transformation so far, trusting the touch of loving humans.  She doesn’t seem to enjoy competition with other dogs so might actually need a solo dog home. She’s fine with them outside but is craving a life as the center of attention. Lea may change as time goes on so we’ll see.  She is about 30 pounds and not yet tested on cats.  Lea, like her other friends from Indiana, lived a horrible life with no care, treated worse that a street rat…just awful, part of a breeder operation.

Special thanks to Rosie Sutherland for
opening her NJ home to foster Lea


KEIRA is from the Indiana confiscation
She will only be placed:
 - with a bc savvy adopter due to his skittish nature
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - other bc friends and fenced yard is REQUIRED

    




Keira's Angels
-Shuck's Border Collies
-Elaine Wilson - In honor of Ike

KEIRA, A petite 2 year old Border Collie, Kiera is coming to life! This shut down shy girl hid for a long time but through the interaction with the other dogs, she is so much fun to watch. She’s curious and even has some herding instincts, absolutely loving the herding games. She has now moved to a foster home with ex-Sprakers BC Keenan and now she’s racing around with toys in her mouth!  She’s maneuvering around the house almost like normal, a bit nervous but oh so very brave so we know with more time, she’ll really transform. Keira is so gentle and incredibly sweet, starting to enjoy the affectionate touch of humans. Keira is about 30 pounds and not yet tested on cats.  She was living an awful life stuck inside a pen 24/7 covered in feces and urine, never outside part of a breeder operation.


Special thanks to Kim & Maury Bouchard for fostering Keira.
She is hanging with former Sprakers dog, Keenan!


PRIM is from the Indiana confiscation
She will only be placed:
 - with a bc savvy adopter due to his skittish nature
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - other bc friends and fenced yard is REQUIRED

    


Prim's Angels
-Shuck's Border Collies
-Lara Avery

PRIM, A VERY petite 2 year old Border Collie, Prim is really thriving at GHF. She’s living at the Connor House and enjoying the interaction of other dogs. she loves to race and chase with toys, making up herding free-for-all games!  She is so tiny and yet so full of personality, just adorable. Prim is also learning about a house as she hops on the bed for cuddling or races out the door for more action!  She’s doing beautifully, step by step. Prim is about 25 pounds and not yet tested on cats.  She lived in a horrible situation with totally inappropriate care.. never touched, never outside and never with clean water or clean quarters, part of a breeding operation.  

NYA is from the Indiana confiscation
She will only be placed:
 - with a bc savvy adopter due to his skittish nature
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - other bc friends and fenced yard is REQUIRED

    



Nya's Angels
-Shuck's Border Collies
-Creekside Cass

NYA: A petite 5 year old Border Collie, Nya is a very smart, very interesting girl who watches everything around her to figure it all out. And she does that pretty well. She absolutely loves playing with the other BC’s at GHF and is quite a little herder.  She does best with dogs who don’t mind her style of herding which is coming pretty close to their bodies but she also loves to wrestle and make up other active chase games. Nya is adorable to watch.  She will come to you for treats and engages well with a person.  Like her other Indiana siblings, she will need someone patient to keep building her confidence but Nya, by far, is the bravest of the group and has come the farthest so far.  She is about 30 pounds and not  yet tested on cats.  Nya had an awful life, confined inside amidst feces and urine without clean water or loving human contact, part of a breeder operation.


ANA is from the Indiana confiscation
He will only be placed:
 - with a bc savvy adopter due to his skittish nature
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - other bc friends and fenced yard is REQUIRED

    



Ana's Angels
-Shuck's Border Collies
-Sandra & Carlos Iglesias
-Susan Strange

ANA: A petite 5 year old Border Collie, Ana is very shy. She is intrigued by all the changes in her life but needs the greatest reassurance to bravely try anything new. She is so incredibly gentle and sweet and so wants to trust people. She will take treats from your hand and likes to be cuddled but she can’t yet ask for that connection without a person initiating it.  Ana loves to chase the other dogs and is really coming out of her shell, step by step.  She is about 30 pounds and not yet tested on cats. Ana suffered through an awful situation caged inside without access outside and without appropriate care of any kind, part of a breeder operation.

Special thanks to Lisa Newell for fostering Ana in Vermont.


We are working through some resource guarding issues
with Quincey, over food and toys.

QUINCEY Summary:
 
- great as a
solo dog

    




Quincey's Angels
-Brenda and Harvey Pardy
-Linda Whitman and Sky
-Rachael Sokolowski and Amanda Reed

QUINCEY: A 7 year old Border Collie, Quincey is happy, healthy and ready for a new life! A smart, friendly, full of energy guy, he loves to play and run.  Quite athletic and full of spunk, Quincey would love someone who is active. He’s curious and eager to bond with everyone he meets.  He does love to cuddle, a really affectionate boy who is truly blossoming being at the Farm.  His previous guardian didn’t interact much, leaving him alone all day on a chain so Quincey is soaking up all the changes as being great!  Since his history was a solo dog, alone a lot, we’d like to place Quincey in an adult home without another dog. He’d flourish with all the attention. He especially loves men and wants to be a close companion. Great in the car, he’s be a good traveling buddy, too.

Quincey previously had a host of health issues stemming from improper care. Now, those are completely resolved and he’s radiant, inside and out. He is about 50 pounds and good with cats.  He came from a PA guardian.


MICK will need 5 angels to help with his
Physical Therapy & Orthopedic needs

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Special thanks to Joanne Cook and Tracy & Jeff Beck for the long haul from Pittsburgh to the Farm

Mick's previous life pictured below

Mick's Angels
-Jane & Rich Kihlstrom
-Richard & Maureen Ware
-Linda Whitman, Sky & Connell
-Lisa Barrett & Joe Newell
-Timothy Strano
-John & Bonnie Yurga - in celebration of Jasmine's 3rd anniversary

MICK: A 12 year old Border Collie, Mick is the coolest character, full of spunk and so much personality! He is also the sweetest boy, loving every single person that crosses his path.  He is smart, focused and really loving his new life at GHF, hanging with so many other BC’s.  Mick is great with them all and joins in to explore and race and chase with them.  He’s got a disadvantage though which will require special attention.

Mick is not using his back right leg fully, basically on tip-toes most of the time.  Upon arrival, the orthopedic review indicated perfect bone structure so the only assumption is an old soft tissue injury.  The muscles on the one leg are so impacted that Mick’s pelvis actually turns to the side, creating this odd gait and extreme pain. He’s now on pain relief and doing better but we’re going to try physical therapy.  Mick will be going to our dear friends and professionals at Thera-Vet in Rochester with hopes that through careful stretching and PT exercises, Mick can gain better use of that leg and have a more normal ability to move and run. 

Such a super nice dog, it’s hard to believe he’s handled this pain so well without any behavior problems. Mick came to GHF due to the kindness of a social service worker who helps the homeless in PA.  When Mick’s person had to leave the streets due to cold weather, Mick had nowhere to go.  We are deeply grateful that she reached out to rescue to give this boy safe haven.  Mick was clearly loved by his person. We’ve learned over the years that often the homeless are so deeply connected to their animals, that the dogs feel great purpose and are well balanced having been such a trusted heartfelt friend and often, only friend.  We were told Mick is 15 but all the vets reviewing him, feel he’s only 12.


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.

Carol Andrews
Diane & David Behlen
Sharon Blydenburgh
Kim Brant
Joseph Depirri
Wendy Donoghue
Linda Dragoo
Karen & Stan Edwards
Kimberly Grike
Karen & Wayne Groteke
Laurent Gaudry & Elena Shifflette
Mary Huber
Su Walenta Hunt
Janet James
Nina & Mike Marciniszyn
Betty Meyer

Jim & Kathy Milavec
Alison Morgan
Jolene & John Patrick
Jim & LeAnn Russell
James & Pamela Sacks
Katherine Silta
Stacey & John Simon
Kimberly Smith
Terri Smith
Erica Snyder
Lisa Vaughn
Sharon & Jim Votraw
Pamela Whitlock
Linda Wood
John & Bonnie Yurga



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Glen Highland Farm
217 Pegg Rd, Morris, NY  13808
Phone: (607)263-5415  Fax:  (607)263-5325