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THE $50,000 CHALLENGE! 
Time to help us continue helping the GHF rescue dogs!

Thankfully, we already have $25K committed to us
IF WE CAN RAISE THE OTHER $25K by Sept 1
 so it’s time to DOUBLE THOSE DOLLARS!!! 

Let’s show our generous donor that we all can make it happen!
 

For every $1000 raised through Sept 1st - one sheep moves into the pen! 
And, another and another and another until all 25 are moved!! And, that means:  


we can help MORE seniors in need with no place to go

more puppies stuck
in the wrong homes

and more mature dogs
no longer wanted

as well as helping extraordinary dogs like GENIE who would have lost both legs if GHF had not stepped in… hit by a car, quick action by GHF gave her orthopedic success!

or LUNA who would have lost her life without GHF… her unregulated diabetes almost killed her…. serious medical intervention by GHF led to a great success!
and all the countless others in need of special care like CORA truly suffering in awful condition from lack of proper care…


Cora before - 2014 - (pic above)
Cora after - 2015 - (pic on right)

now all are IN LOVING HOMES….  ADORED! 
THANKS TO YOU AND GHF, together, making it possible!

PLEASE HELP US REACH THIS IMPORTANT GOAL IN 2015!!
(click here) to donate on-line -
or send check to Glen Highland Farm, 217 Pegg Rd, Morris NY 13808
every dollar donated will be doubled!!



A DUO OF FUN & ENERGY!

ANNA & ALEX: 3 mo old pups, both are smart, attentive and good natured. They are also very smart and focused, showing all the classic traits of brilliant Border Collies. Anna is very good with adult dogs, interacting easily with them and fitting in quickly. Alex really wants to play with adult dogs so has that classic puppy style of involvement, pouncing on them! Both would clearly love a BC buddy. Not all adult dogs enjoy being around this age pup so we will be very cautious about finding the right chemistry when we commence with adoption visits. They will be adopted separately.

Anna & Alex will only be adopted to BC savvy homes. We are considering applications already on file and accepting applications at this time but the puppies are not ready to go yet. They are 10-13 pounds, typical in size for their age. Super friendly, focused and total action!

They are being fostered in New Hampshire


ALEX

ANNA



Ziggy Summary:
  - canine friends preferred

    


Ziggy is being fostered in Pittsburgh PA and can be met there. He will be coming to the Farm in early August, if not adopted sooner.

ZIGGY: A 3 month old Border Collie mix, Ziggy is an adorable, fun-loving, sweet character. He’s got a big personality that matches that oversized body of his! We actually don’t know what size he’ll be since many pups can look huge when young and not actually grow that much over time. But we do know that Ziggy is one smart, sweet, charmer! He loves toys, he loves dogs and he loves people…a perfect combination for a great companion. He’s being fostered in Pittsburgh and can be see there or at the Farm. Ziggy is making friends with everyone he meets, an outgoing ambassador for canine love! He was given up by someone unable to meet his needs as a pup.


Special thanks to Andy & Ellen Simcik for fostering Ziggy.


Penn Summary:
 - canine friends preferred

    


 

Special thanks to Deb Franco for fostering him in Pittsburgh.

PENN: A 4 month old Border Collie, Penn is a delightful guy, sweet, fun and starting to blossom around other BC’s..he’s just catching the idea of who he is, very normal for this age pup! He is great with other dogs and really would love a canine pal. He is eager to play with toys of any kind and loves to cuddle just as much. Penn is a bigger boy at 26 pounds now so likely to be a bit larger than the average 45 pound adult. He’s luckily in rescue where his needs can properly be met. We’ll have more pictures soon.

Tori Summary:
 - canine friends preferred
 - NO cats

    




TORI: A very petite 5 month old Border Collie mix, Tori is quite a presence, a real big personality in a little body! This wee one could be incredible in sports cause she’s super agile, has great body awareness and loves to learn. She is very food motivated and very people oriented so a great combo for canine activities. She is not hyper like many pups but focused and observant. She also loves to race and play. Tori is good with other dogs and prefers they don’t crowd her so does well with mature dogs. She is only 18 pounds and we suspect will stay quite petite. She is not good with cats. Tori was relinquished directly to the Farm from a PA guardian who could not handle her needs.



Livy Summary:
 - solo dog preferred

    



Livy's Angel
Quill, GHF alum
LIVY: A 1 year old Border Collie, Livy is a very intelligent girl, observing everything around her. She is quick to understand what’s going on and she’s also quick to connect with her person. She is happiest as the solo dog, being the center of attention though she’s fine hanging with other dogs for outdoor fun. A super sweet, affectionate girl, Livy has that female BC attitude where she’s orderly and able to take command of other dogs so they listen, very typical of the girls. She is super smart and will really thrive with a person who understands the mental nature of this breed. Livy loves life and loves her toys and special person, too, all equally! Livy is fine with cats and about 35 pounds. She might be able to live unfenced but only with the right savvy guardian. She was relinquished to the Farm from NY.


Hunter Summary:
 - canine friend preferred

 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - dog savvy cats

    


HUNTER: A 1 year old Border Collie, Hunter is a wonderful boy, truly easy going and friendly with everyone. He clearly thinks people are swell and he also thinks dogs are GREAT! He loves to make up race and chase games with other herding dogs. Hunter is also interested in toys and could easily be shaped with a strong focus for sports. He is very smart, a real thinker and is quickly making sense of all the new changes in his life. Hunter is about 40 pounds and will chase cats so best with dog savvy cats. He was relinquished to GHF as his guardian realized she could not meet his needs properly. It’s clear Hunter was very well loved.





 SPENCE, now known as Spencer found guardians that are perfect for him - not only will they love and adore him, they're going to introduce him to therapy work, just like they did with their former GHF alum, Izzy, who for many years, visited VA homes and hospital wards. They hope that Spencer will do the same, sharing his sweet nature. We agreed that this very special, gentle boy had the temperament to step into some big 'paws' and help lots of humans!!! Spencer is now on his way, another great GHF ambassador.

SPENCE: An 1 year old Border Collie mix, Spence is a love. He is friendly to everyone and anyone that crosses his path! He is easy going and yet smart and eager to bond and takes direction well from his person. Spence is a very compliant, well balanced young boy with the potential to try any activity. He would be happy playing with other dogs, racing and chasing, too. He is about 30 pounds and is good with dog savvy cats. This handsome boy was being given away ‘free to good home’ by people who had no time for him. We’re thrilled we could get him into rescue.



BO needs an angel -    click here to learn more
Bo Summary:
 - invisible fenced yard REQUIRED
 - bc mix friend(s) REQUIRED
 - dog savvy cats

    



BO: A 1 year old Border Collie mix, Bo is the sweetest guy..he truly is friendly the minute he sees you…no hesitation at all. We feel he’s BC/Collie cause his nature is so gentle and he is so light on his feet, very agile and moves swiftly and beautifully. Bo so wants a play friend, eagerly inviting every Border Collie to play though most just want to herd or catch the ball. Bo is definitely a boy who needs a buddy for chasing and racing games. He’s a submissive guy and easily lets the purebred BC’s be the boss but he’d much rather have a pal for fun! He loves to cuddle and be in your lap, not realizing he’s outgrown those puppy days. We all just think he’s a doll. Bo will need an invisible fence system since he can monkey over a normal hard fence. Bo is about 50 pounds and will chase cats outdoors but is fine with indoor cats, probably ideal if they are dog savvy.  We will update his bio once we see how he does with indoor cats. He was relinquished to the Farm from an elderly couple who felt he was way too much for them.



 Big thanks to Peg & Mike Fuller for fostering Bo
and giving him a chance at tons of fun at their house!


Jersie Summary:
 - canine friend required

 - fenced yard REQUIRED

    


Jersie's Angels
Marilyn, Bill, Jakki, Gabe and Nicky
JERSIE: A very petite 1 1/2 year old Border Collie, Jersie is a sweet, cuddly, loving girl who adores her person and also loves other dogs, truly joining multiple dogs easily for racing and chasing games! She’s adorable to watch as she happily joins in. Jersie will need another canine friend as a ‘mentor dog’ to help her when meeting strangers as she gets nervous.  She barks and needs reassurance from the person that is hers, so she can accept someone new.  She’s been learning, step by step, how to handle the real world, in a foster home and has flourished with attention, guidance and love. Jersie will need a patient savvy adopter who can continue teaching her to relax and properly enjoy meeting new people.  A simpler life with her own yard, people she knows and dog pals, would be ideal.  Jersie was chained outside by someone breeding Border Collies so had a more limited experience of meeting people. She is about 30 pounds and not yet tested on cats. She is being fostered in Pa and can be seen there or at GHF.

Special thanks Cindy Tier and family for opening their home to Jersie




 BUD landed exactly the life he wanted! A wonderful guy to call his own, teaming up as his ‘bud’ and a pack of busy herding buddies, all game for fun! His new guardians came to overnight to be sure the mix was right and after one evening, it was so clear that Bud and his new FurDad were in sync, there was just no question about his fit. His new FurMom agreed that he fit the pack just fine! Bud and his pals headed out on the GHF trails for swimming, chasing and ball games, having a blast. We’ll see Bud soon in August when they return to vacation at GHF! Bud now lives in Massachusetts. He’ll soon be heading off for a month long work trip with his FurDad, two pals in the truck! Bud will LOVE that!!!

BUD: A 1 1/2 year old Border Collie, BUD is a great guy, happy, good-natured and ready for action! He loves to play ball and he mixes it up with the other rescue dogs, having a grand time, fitting with pretty much any dog. Bud is focused BC who loves to play non-stop but he also loves to hang with his person and go wherever they go! He is smart and balanced. Bud was originally from a Colorado breeder, living in one home since a pup. A move to NJ and a toddler in the house, left his former guardians unable to focus on him the way he deserved, so he was surrendered to GHF. He is about 45 pounds and best with dog savvy cats since he’s likely to chase, but will not harm them.


LEA is from the Indiana confiscation (click here)
She will only be placed:
 - with a bc savvy adopter due to her skittish nature
 - in an adult ONLY home
 - fenced yard is REQUIRED

    


Lea's Angels
-Shuck's Border Collies
-Lara Avery
-the Bowers/Paterson family in honor of Kasey, Kenzie and in loving memory for our Kelsey and Kylie, who are waiting for us at the Rainbow Bridge

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 learning step by step that people can be good and she asking for more attention and a stronger connection with a person now. She really likes to bond with one person so we want her in a quieter home without a lot of chaos since a lot of change is too much for her. She’s fine with other dogs outside but would do best with one confident male BC as her friend. Lea likes to claim her person so doesn’t fit with a group of dogs very well. However, since she likes to play and needs a mentor dog, a balanced male BC would be ideal. She is about 30 pounds and not yet tested on cats. Lea, like her other friends from Indiana, lived a horrible life with no appropriate care, confined in a small indoor area so she is VERY undersocialized in the real world. Lea is, however, brave and taking steps to show she wants to do more. A very patient, caring person will be the key to her next steps.

SHANE needs an angel -    click here to learn more
Shane Summary:
 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - other canine friends preferred

    



SHANE: A 2 year old Border Collie/Aussie mix, Shane is a smart guy with lots of fun energy - he can literally leap off the ground all four feet to catch a toy or treat. He’s fun and quite the character, too! Shane does have a full teethy grin which makes us all laugh. He is really starting to unwind at GHF no longer crated all day from his previous situation so we expect to update his bio as he’s here longer. He has a classic aussie style of physical play and really enjoys another dog who can match this. Always a busy canine player, he’ll be happiest with a fur Buddy! Shane does really bond closely to a person and sticks right by your side so is likely to do well as a hiking partner, too. He is 45 pounds and is good with cats. He was relinquished to the Farm from PA guardians who had a change in their work situation and felt he was home alone too long. He lived in one home since a pup.

Shane is quite the swimmer, absolutely loves the water!

Haley Summary:
 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - solo dog
 - more rural home setting

    




Special thanks to Ellen Simcik, Joanne Cook, Tony & Debbie Grassi, Donnie Ross and Erica Snyder , who transported Haley to GHF
Haley's Angels
 -
John Chenosky, Susan Lane, Kaylee & Norman
HALEY: A 3 year old Border Collie, Haley is a gorgeous girl with lots of energy to race and chase and play! She’s active like any BC this age and she wants something to DO so will need a BC savvy guardian who understands her needs. She loves people and bonds quickly, eager to be with her person, side by side for whatever activities can be done together. Haley is focused and smart and very observant, a delightfully confident girl. She keeps tabs on everything around, including cars so will need to live in a more rural setting, with a fenced yard where traffic is not in sight. She is a strong female so likely best as a solo dog. Not yet tested on cats, Haley is about 40 pounds. She came to GHF from a PA shelter, moved north after having puppies.


ANA is from the Indiana confiscation (click here)
He 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

    




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

ANA: A petite 5 year old Border Collie, Ana is very shy but becoming more courageous as time goes in. 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. Ana loves to chase the other dogs and is really coming out of her shell, step by step. She is about 30 pounds and is good with cats. Ana suffered through an awful situation caged inside without access to the outside and without appropriate care of any kind, part of a breeder operation.

Ana’s foster Mom shares the latest 7/20/15: Now that Ana is out exploring the big world, her personality is really beginning to shine so we are finally seeing the dog she will become. She LOVES to go for walks. I do keep the 30' line on her just in case, but I do not hold it. When we first head out for our walks, she just tears around with a bad case of the zoomies. In and out of the tall grass, back and forth, around and around. She seems to sense when she's gotten too far away from me, and will stop and wait for me to catch up. Once we turn around and head back, she's all border collie. Stays behind or beside me. She has wonderful recall. She will come toward you and touch you with her nose. Occasionally she will allow a pat on the head, or a scratch under the chin. Inside, she is now allowing us to approach her and touch her while she is on her dog bed (safe spot). If she makes an attempt to move away, she will come right back.

Special thanks to Lisa Newell for fostering Ana in Vermont.


Mickey Summary:
 
- solo dog
 - no cats

       



Mickey's Angel
In memory of my soul mate, my fur nephew Spot
MICKEY: A 7 year old Border Collie, Mickey is a smart, focused, ready to be by your side guy. He is great off leash and loves to hike plus he is a serious frisbee nut. He’s played a lot of frisbee in his earlier years so still loves it! Mickey is good with other dogs but is a bit herding oriented so best as a solo dog where he can be the only BC around. He loves attention, is super friendly and cuddles instantly with anyone cause everyone is a friend to Mickey. He used to have 8 acres to call his own and loved it. He was surrendered to the Farm by PA guardians due to a move. He is not good with cats.

Mickey is loving hikes and swimming on the GHF trails!

Special thanks to Deb and Harry Johnston, Cindy Tier and Sue Myers who brought Mickey to GHF


Rosie Summary:
 - fenced yard REQUIRED

    



Thanks to Peg Fuller for safely transporting Rosie to the Farm

Rosie's Angels
Nancy Marston, Lulu & Zoe

ROSIE: A 9 year old Border Collie, Rosie is spectacular - responsive, smart, eager to bond, involved in everything around her and ready to go, go, go! This beautiful girl has all the classic traits of a BC with brains and heart. She chooses people as her main interest, thrilled for a cuddle, though she’s quite the herder and keeps tabs on all the action including cars, too. Rosie will need to live in more rural setting, with a fenced yard where traffic is not in sight. She is indifferent to other dogs so we are assessing what would make her happiest, being a solo dog or having a compatible friend. She is about 45 pounds and good with cats. Rosie is loving the ability to explore at GHF, all the fields and dogs and people, truly quite the ambassador of the BC world.


Rosie decided she could help prep for the GHF Getaway camp so hopped right in the kubota to do her share!


Asher Summary:
 
-
friends or solo dog
 -
fenced yard
 

    





Special thanks to Janine and Dan Choplick for helping Asher get to the Farm.

Asher's Angels
-Gregg, Jodi, Flash, Skid, Cassie & Rave in loving memory of some very special dogs: Vince & Tasha’s Brinley & Deirdre’s Zen

-Joy Paris-Poe and Larry Poe
-Michael Reath
-Quill, GHF alum

ASHER: An 11 year old Border Collie, Asher is a sweet, gentle soul who truly catches your attention quickly, so happy to say hello to everyone! Asher is quite the diplomat for the breed!  He is a spectacular boy who clearly wants people to be with him. He loves to play frisbee, a tad slower at this point since he’s carrying way too much weight but the desire is there and there’s no stopping him from going for it!  He is good natured, gets along beautifully with the other BC’s. Asher lived in a multiple dog household and fit in at the Farm easily.  He is fine with cats.  His story is a sad one where he was left 12 hours a day alone, no one willing to even let him outside.  Asher thankfully landed at GHF and we are really happy to help him renew his energy to find more purpose in life. Fortunately, that shelter where he was abandoned, works with GHF.

ASHER loves to herd other dogs and instantly comes to life, keeping up with all the crowd half his age! We’d love to find a home with at least one other ball dog who wouldn’t mind being herded!
(see Asher in action!)


Asher loves the new Christmas bed!

GRACE & ANNIE  need 4 angels -    click here to learn more
Grace & Annie Summary:
 
- adopted together or separate

    





Their diagnostics: bloodwork, urine and thyroid checked out great and we are now giving them a dental which has been desperately needed for years. Both are on pain meds for weakened back-ends, normal for this age BC.

Special thanks to Janine & Dan Choplick and Sue Myers for transporting the girls safely to the Farm.

Grace and Annie's Angels
 -
Peg, Mike Ollie, Stanley and Tripp
 -
Peter & Renate Goodloe & Doc!
GRACE (left) and ANNIE are 12 year old sisters who’ve spent their lives together, playing ball and being classic Border Collies! They have all the smarts and agile natures to have enjoyed whatever they tackled, especially ball play. And, today, they are still ball fanatics! These two so remind us of the old style of BC that thinks about everything around them, before deciding what to do…clearly smart as can be, focused as can be and ready to go! Just adorable, both of them. They get along with other dogs beautifully and have joined a pack of 10 in the GHF yard. They slid into the Farmhouse Sanctuary without a bit of trouble and seem pretty excited by all the action around them. However, we know they would love the attention of their own person again. Both are good with cats. They landed at GHF due to a new relationship causing their guardian to move. They can be adopted together or separately.



ADDIE needs 4 angels -    click here to learn more
Addie Summary:
 
- friends or solo dog OK

    


Addie's Angel
 -
Dan Roskowsky
 -
Lu Ann Heller
ADDIE: A 12 1/2 year old Border Collie, Addie is not only a gorgeous girl, she is so much fun! Meeting Addie makes the word senior seem completely wrong - she is active, focused, loves her ball game and is ready to go, go, go.. seriously this is one athletic drivey Border Collie.. we can just imagine what she was like when she was younger!  Addie is also extremely good-natured and loves everyone she meets, very easy going, even about the change to a new life.  Clearly, Addie thinks life is grand now with tons to do and lots of BC buddies but she’d trade it all for a human friend to call her own who makes her the center of attention. Addie is a great swimming, really enjoying being in the water!  She lived in one home since a pup but a divorce and work change left her in need of a new home.  Addie is smart as a whip and a joy to be around. She is good with other dogs and cats.  About 35 pounds, Addie is in great health.  She came from a home in NJ.


Special thanks to Peg Fuller for making sure Addie got a ride to GHF.

The Farmhouse 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.

 
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to learn more

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

Meet the wonderful residents of THE FARMHOUSE SANCTUARY 
 Click here 


Asher - 11 yr old
AVAILABLE


Grace - 12 yr old
AVAILABLE


Annie
- 12 yr old
AVAILABLE


Addie - 12 1/2 yr old
AVAILABLE


Tripper - 12 yr old
RESIDENT


Jenney - 12 yr old
RESIDENT


Maverick - 12 yr old
RESIDENT


Toby - 14 yr old
RESIDENT


Jack - 16 yr old
RESIDENT


Bo - 15 yr old
RESIDENT

 

 




Abe's Angel
Judy Novak

ABE (Currently Unavailable)-
a 3 mo old border collie puppy


Gwen Summary:
 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - canine friend(s) required

    



Gwen's Angel
George Mariakis, in memory of Bonus, Monica Percival’s beloved BC
GWEN: A petite 7 month old Border Collie, Gwen has a spectacular presence about her, much like we often describe as an ‘old soul’. She is a very interesting girl.  However, she’s got some things in her history causing her to worry, whether it’s meeting new people or managing dogs around her. She will need some time at GHF to heal her fears and find the puppy side of herself, free to really relax. Gwen is great with other BC’s, joining instantly in herding games and she loves toys, too. She’ll be a wonderful friend to a savvy BC person, who has at least one other mature dog for her to learn from.  Gwen is about 20 pounds and not yet tested  on cats.



GYP needs an angel -    click here to learn more
Gyp Summary:
 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - canine friend(s) required
 - dog savvy cats

    



GYP: An 8 month old Border Collie, Gyp is a delightful, sweet girl who is really beginning to understand she is a BC! She’s now pals with other GHF rescues and starting to intently herd in chase games. She’s also starting to retrieve and enjoy ball tosses herself. Gyp is gaining confidence quickly so could find a home with a savvy guardian who understands how to continue helping her develop. While Gyp was loved in her previous home, her mental connection to a person was not fully explored so we’re watching her now change day by day, within a very short time. Gyp has some insecurities and food guarding tendencies which we are working through and expect she will overcome. Gyp will be placed in an adult home with another BC friend. She’s a lovely, smart girl with tons of potential. She is good with dog savvy cats, and is about 35 pounds. She was relinquished to GHF due to an inability to meet her needs. She is from the NY area.


GLEN needs an angel -    click here to learn more
Glen Summary:
 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - other canine friends preferred
 - dog savvy cats

    



GLEN: A 2 year old Border Collie/Aussie mix, Glen is a gorgeous guy with tons of energy! He loves to play and make up race and chase games with other herding dogs. He’s fast and fun and ready for action at any time. Glen is a sweet guy who really likes people. He lived with a fearful Border Collie so often barks at someone new but Glen is blossoming quickly here at GHF and adjusting well, so we’ll update his bio as we get to know him now that he’s on his own. We do see that he loves other dogs so we’d like to find him a confident outgoing canine pal. He loves attention and is enjoying all the freedom to run and then play ball, too! Glen has an interest in the motion of traffic so will need a more rural setting and fenced yard.  He is about 40 pounds and best with dog savvy cats. (Note: We are working through some issues with Glen at this time.)

Special thanks to Liz Shaw and Naomi Johnston who helped get Glen to rescue.

KEIRA is from the Indiana confiscation (click here)
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

    




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!


Benny Summary:
 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - canine friends required

    


Benny's Angel
Luann Madison

BENNY: A 2 1/2 year old Border Collie, Benny is sweet and affectionate and just loves to cuddle up to you when hanging in the house. He's also a typical active BC that will play with any kind of ball - retrieving tennis balls and jolly balls. He's quite fast with his long legs and athletic body. Benny loves to race, chase and wrestle with other dogs that like to play. He's in a foster home learning to overcome his fears when meeting strangers so he'll do best with another confident Border Collie to be his mentor. He will only be placed into a home with an experienced person that understands how to work with fear issues. Benny is doing well in a more rural setting vs the more populated suburban setting he was in. He's finally beginning to relax and is starting to meet new people slowly, using positive reinforcement, without overwhelming him. Benny came from a shelter in NH that reached out to GHF for help. Ben and Glen were given up because of financial difficulties. They are being rehomed separately. Benny is about 40 pounds and good with cats.

Special thanks to Susan Monnelly for fostering Benny in NH.


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
Marilyn Bradshaw-Knapton
Debra Braiman
Kim Brant
Denis and Eileen Byrne
Joseph Depirri
Wendy Donoghue
Linda Dragoo
Karen & Stan Edwards
Kimberly Grike
Karen & Wayne Groteke
Laurent Gaudry & Elena Shifflette
Herbie Halloran
Mary Huber
Shanon Hunt & Steve Ritland
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Janet James
Kathleen Long
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Stacey & John Simon
Kimberly Smith
Terri Smith
Erica Snyder
Rebecca Symmes
Lisa Vaughn
Sharon & Jim Votraw
Pamela Whitlock
Linda Wood
Lynda Yoder
John & Bonnie Yurga



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Glen Highland Farm
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