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Liam & Lennon's  Angels
-Amanda Reed & Rachael Sokolowski
-Susan Mumford
-Pat & Bob Maier
-Dave Lebedin
-Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Hoffman
-Donna Deal, Tillie’s Tuggies
-Kelly Welch-in honor of Cuillin

LENNON & LIAM (Liam adopted): Six month old Border Collie/Aussie mixes, these brothers are ready for a new home! They would each blossom best with other herding friends so each will be available separately. For those who follow the site, these two have been together since 9 weeks old, surviving a parvo episode and are now healthy and ready for a new life.

Super cuddle-bugs, they will be spectacular companions to someone very special but they do need experienced guardians who understand the herding breeds. They will only be placed into homes with experienced adopters. They are about 20 pounds and good with cats. We are so thrilled to see these boys so happy and healthy and game for anything in life!!!

Lennon is more Border Collie in nature, thinking through everything that comes his way, super focused and observant. He would do best with a BC savvy guardian since he needs more focused guidance. He loves toys and is eager to learn. He has some worries meeting new people so needs a confident canine friend to be his mentor.


 Little LIAM found a great new life with guardians who adore the herding breeds and knew he would be a perfect fit for them!   They came for this special pup in honor of their beloved Colby, who opened their hearts so fully and would have wanted them to share their love and life again with another great dog.  Liam will be with his FurDad at work and go hiking each day with them both plus have his canine buddy, Lulu, to show him the ropes.  We’re excited Liam landed with such loving people who we got to know well at one of GHF’s vacation camps. 

Liam is more easy-going, showing the aussie traits and will slide into new situations fairly well, joining in the fun. He would be happiest with a canine buddy who loves to race, chase and wrestle. Liam loves toys and would love to learn, too.



 BREEZE came to GHF the day our adopter could travel to meet him, hoping the fit would be perfect for their pack and indeed it was! He’s now settling in with two GHF alums and enjoying hiking in the countryside of Canada!  They loved him instantly and he was great pals with all the BC buddies of course!  Breeze was just too much for his NJ guardian who had no experience with these busy busy young BC’s and fortunately, passed him to GHF for a more appropriate life.  He’s now in very good hands.

Lucy Summary:
 
-
solo dog
 -
fenced yard REQUIRED
 - NO cats
 - training on sheep in foster home

    



Lucy's Angel
Cindra Macomber
LUCY: A petite 10 month old Border Collie with ABCA papers, Lucy is quite a focused herder and loves action, a classic young BC however she is also shy. She will need a patient person to work with her so the bond is strong, building her confidence in new situations. Lucy is very very sweet and smart so will do well with a seasoned BC person. As we are getting to know Lucy’s needs better, we’ll update her bio but at this time, we are likely to place her without another dog since she is such a strong herder. She is about 30 pounds and not good with cats. She was relinquished to GHF from her CT guardian due to issues with herding the cat.

Lucky LUCY, as we are now calling her, not only turned out to have great instinct to herd, she is being fostered by a respected handler and trainer, Warren Mick, who kindly agreed to start her training. She is in great hands to then land a working home!

See Lucy in action during her FIRST introduction to sheep!  (video 1)  (video 2)


Megi Summary:
 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - bc friend required

    





Special thanks to Ann Gardner who made sure Megi made it to GHF
Megi's Angel
Gina Fedeli
MEGI: A 11 month old Border Collie, Megi is super sweet and loves attention however Megi is also extremely shy of new people and will need a few things to help her build confidence - a patient person who understands the mental nature of the breed where a dog can over think everything - as well as someone who has time to work with Megi , step by step, without rushing.  She so wants to trust a person but too much pressure too quickly, sends her into a worried state.  Lastly, she will need an easy going BC buddy who she can follow - a real leader.  Megi absolutely loves other herding dogs and will easily relax with another dog around however she is a very intense herder so can really impact another toy oriented BC or one who is also intense. A more easy going BC buddy is what she needs, someone who loves playing and chasing. She is well trained with many commands and eager to please, once she feels secure.  Megi came from a NC breeder who breeds very high drive dogs but Megi ’s traits were not fully utilized due to her shyness.  Her CT guardian relinquished her to GHF because she felt she needed more attention. She is about 35 pounds and is good with cats. Megi will only be placed in a fenced yard with a seasoned and skilled BC person.


Kizzy Summary:
 - other bc friend(s) REQUIRED 
 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - dog savvy cats

    



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

KIZZY: A 1 1/2  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 just loves to run. Kizzy is also the sweetest girl and loves to cuddle up for attention with her person. She can be a bit worried with new situations so Kizzy is gaining confidence meeting strangers. She is super smart and eager to please so she’s made great strides, step by step.  She will need a BC savvy person who is willing to devote the time to continue the foundational work she has been given.  Always positive based rewards, Kizzy eagerly awaits direction and relies on her person to shape great experiences for her.  She also loves another BC buddy so a very confident friend will also mentor her as she matures.  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.  She is good with dog savvy cats



DREW  needs an angel -    click here to learn more
Drew Summary:
 - canine friend preferred

 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - dog savvy cats

    


DREW: A 1 1/2 year old Border Collie mix, Drew is a smart, funny guy, curious and outgoing but like a puppy in a big body! He is full of energy and eager to see everything as quickly as possible which in Drew’s case, means racing toward it full speed. He also loves squeaky toys and has tons of interest in play, like every young BC. The thing that makes Drew so exceptional is how quickly he learns - he is brilliant and loves challenges, totally engaged in mind games like tricks. Also, quite a cuddler, he loves being right by your side. Drew loves to play with very physical dogs like other BC mixes so would enjoy a good natured canine friend about his size who loves to wrestle and play and chase..he just loves it. He could, however, be happy as a solo dog in a home with lots to do, too!  He’s just getting a chance to use his energy productively since he was crated all day and all night and chained outside. He’s a bigger boy at 60 pounds.  Drew is good with dog savvy cats.  He was relinquished to the Farm due to no time for him.



KAYLA is from the Sprakers NY 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



Kayla's Angels
-Bob Yarrow
-Gloria & Sky

KAYLA: A 2 year old Border Collie, Kayla is making great strides in understanding there is a great life for her now! She is more confident, tail wagging and engaged. She takes treats from the hands of strangers and she’s much more curious and inquisitive about everything. Kayla is an affectionate girl, too and once she’s comfortable, will give you her heart. A big breakthrough for Kayla has been getting comfortable with men since her former life included rough handling. She’s beginning to trust, step by step and is showing great potential. 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. 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. Kayla is about 30 pounds and not yet tested on cats. Kayla, clearly wants to trust a person and just needs someone patient and understanding, to guide her through all the new things she has never experienced. For Kayla, a great background, a loving person and lots of toys, would be plenty to make her happy. She is good with other dogs and does well with a confident dog as part of her learning.


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


Kobey Summary:
 
- solo dog
 - fenced yard required

       



Kobey's Angels
-John & Bonnie Yurga
-Linda Whitman, Sky & Connell
KOBEY: A 3 year old Border Collie, camera shy Kobey is a gentle soul who loves attention. He’s always jumping up for a hello and then sits right down to get his treat. Quite a cuddler, he’s good natured and very people focused. Kobey's not overly active at all, preferring to hang on the couch and join his person.  He can be a bit cautious about some new experiences and the camera is one of those. He also needs reassurance from his person that he’s doing well and not ‘in the wrong’. Very eager to please, Kobey is a softer, sensitive Border Collie and will do best in an adult home with someone who can help build his confidence.  Koby is best as a solo dog and must have a fenced yard.  He was given up to due a move and had lived for a year with a family who took him from a ‘breeder’. He is about 50 pounds and good with cats



LENA  needs an angel -    click here to learn more
Lena Summary:
 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - adult home
 - other bc friends or solo dog OK
 - NO cats

    




Special thanks to Janine Choplick and Jeff Beck who made sure Lena made it to GHF.

LENA: A 3 year old Border Collie, gorgeous Lena is as sweet as she is beautiful. Everyone loves this cuddler! A bit shy at first, once she warms up, she is a classic girl that’s smart as can be and a real thinker. She watches everything intently, deciding all about her new environment and then once she knows what she thinks, she acts! She absolutely loves the ball and frisbee and is a good athlete. Lena is a gentle girl and a bit submissive with other dogs so could do well with a gentle male BC or go solo. Since she is a bit timid, she’ll only be placed in an adult home and in a fenced yard. Lena will need a patient guardian who gives her time to settle into new things without pressuring her. She is about 35 pounds and is not good with cats. Lena came from a PA shelter that works regularly with GHF.



Val Summary:
 
- canine friend preferred
 - fenced yard REQUIRED

       



Special thanks to Alexis Van Saun, Sue Campion, Susan Myers and Peg Fuller for helping Val find safety at the Farm.

Val's Angels
Dale, Doug, Pace and Minna
VAL: A petite 6 year old Border Collie, Val is a gentle soul who always wants to be touched even though she is a bit timid asking for attention. She comes over to your side instantly and hopes to be loved and with reassurance, happily stays right there.  A good natured girl, she is happily exploring her new life, herding other BC’s and checking out the great outdoors. Everyone who meets her, just loves her sweet charming nature.  She would love a canine buddy since she’s used to living with her sibling, Viva, and tends to like to follow another dog.  She has no toy interest but can be quite a herdy girl so would do best with a buddy who doesn’t mind her natural tendencies to circle and herd.  She is quite a cuddler once she feels secure.  Val came to rescue a bit chunky but will knock that off with warmer temps to run around more outside. She could be adopted with Viva or separately. (Viva is currently recovering from orthopedic surgery - click here for her bio)


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 wonderful 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. Call his name and he’ll be by your side, ready to go wherever you go!  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.  Baxter loves being with his person, quite the cuddler and happy to hang in the house, side by side.  He’s super obedient and easy going so slides into a home easily. 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!




 Wonderful RHETT came back to GHF under unexpected circumstances but clearly found his way to a loving home quickly!  He went to foster care and the day his fosterMom came, her sister came along and little did we know right then, that this was Rhett’s new person!  Within a short time, it became clear that this special boy had won her heart so much that when the two sisters began to chat about where he should go - they both agreed it was to stay in the family!! So, Rhett is about to share his heart again with people who welcomed him with open arms and open hearts! We’re so incredibly thrilled. He’s walked the neighborhood and hanging out in his new life like he’d been there all along!

RHETT: A 9 year old Border Collie mix, Rhett is looking and feeling his handsome best after a total grooming and vetting. This sweet, gentle soul is adjusting back again at GHF after 7 years away.  He lived with two other dogs and thoroughly enjoys canine friends though really loves having a person near his side.  Rhett is very, very affectionate, one of the easiest, good natured boys to ever land in rescue.  We’re eager to see him renew his spirit and true nature. Rhett is now carrying double his weight so will need to time to gain back his athletic stamina.  He is good with cats. All his vetting needs have now been handled properly, too.  We’re glad we could be here for him, again, when the adopter lost the ability to care for him properly.  We’re deeply saddened by the unfortunate lack of care but are sure Rhett has much love to give with someone special again.



Corky Summary:
 
-
friends or solo dog
 - hard fence yard required

    




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

Corky's Angels
-Lina and Brad Edmonds
-
LuAnn Heller
-Renate Goodloe
-
Annette Otis
CORKY: A 11 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 is a bit hard of hearing so needs a fenced yard. She does hear a loud whistle, barking and other sounds but the less than perfect hearing, makes unfenced properties too risky.  (Corky video)


Corky vacationing in 2008, at GHF

Asher Summary:
 
-
friends or solo dog
 -
fenced yard
 

    



Asher loves the new Christmas bed!

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!)


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
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.


Toby Summary:
 
-
friends or solo dog
 -
fenced yard (old age deafness)

    



All the diagnostic work - blood panels, thyroid and urinalysis - show a healthy happy dog! So adoption is possible now though TLC is now needed!!!

Once Toby landed in a home, while waiting for the GHF transport, he promptly plopped himself in the softest bed and curled right up.

Toby's Angels
-James M Duffy
-Renate Goodloe
-Rob Barilla
-Michael Reath
-Sue Marriner

TOBY: A 13 year old Border Collie mix, Toby is such a character - what a happy guy with a joy for life! He landed at the Farm and raced around like it was the first day of his life…incredibly wonderful to see. Toby is a sweetheart, good natured and easy going. He’s fine with other dogs and cats so could join many homes but his real focus is finding a person to hang with. He loves attention and is really craving a connection. He’s very loving, clearly eager to be someone’s companion. Toby came from a rough situation, living outside in a kennel without proper shelter, food or water. He’s a bit underweight now but that will surely change. NJ Animal Control stepped in to remove him and the SPCA asked for our help. We’re so sorry he’s had so many years to wait for this moment of love, freedom and medical care but at least, that’s what is his NOW.



Special thanks to transporters Cindy Rollins and Denise and Mike Margist who helped get Toby to the Farm.


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 -
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Glen Highland Farm now has the first facility devoted to the needs of this group

THE FARMHOUSE SANCTUARY

where only aging and ill Border Collies live.  

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 


Corky - 11 yr old
AVAILABLE


Asher - 11 yr old
AVAILABLE


Jenney - 11 yr old
RESIDENT


Maverick - 12 yr old
RESIDENT


Grace - 12 yr old
AVAILABLE


Annie
- 12 yr old
AVAILABLE


Toby - 13 yr old
AVAILABLE


Bo - 15 yr old
RESIDENT


Jack - 15 yr old
RESIDENT

 

 

 



JAMIE  needs an angel -    click here to learn more
Jamie Summary:
 - fenced yard REQUIRED
 - canine friend preferred
 - cats that will understand PLAY

    




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

JAMIE: A 1 year old Border Collie mix, Jamie is a funny guy with whiskers, clearly got a bit of some other breed in there that stands out! He is also a tall boy with lots of interest in running   - he bounds around with such abandon - he makes us all laugh. He has no herding tendencies but sure loves toys! Jamie is super sweet and really wants to connect with someone to call his own, very very people oriented.  He’s starting to unwind and trust the routine at the Farm, step by step.  We’re not sure of his previous situation since he was a stray but he is beginning to blossom being in rescue. He absolutely loves to play with other dogs and ‘reads’ them well so gets along with many easily. He’d be happy with another canine buddy who likes to wrestle, chase and play.  Jamie has lots of energy and needs a physical outlet to run. He is good with cats though likes to play with them so needs a cat used to that if a cat is in the home.  He is about 50 pounds and was a stray in PA



 3/25/15
Viva had a dislocated hip from a past injury causing her significant pain, sadly never treated. Orthopedic vet, Paul Bookbinder operated to give her better range of motion and no pain but she now needs physical therapy to help her move that leg more normally. She is a great candidate for Thera-Vet in Rochester, to help, with underwater treadmill therapy as well as passive resistance exercises. We assume she will be ready for adoption early May.

VIVA  needs 4 angels -    click here to learn more
Viva Summary:
 
- canine friends or solo dog
 - fenced yard REQUIRED

       


Viva's Angels
-Dale, Doug, Pace and Minna
-Jay & Michelle Monitz, Rookie, Kaylee & Lacey

VIVA: A petite 6 year old Border Collie, little Viva is sweet, sweet, sweet, all she wants is to be by your side wherever you go!  Viva gets along with other dogs beautifully and enjoys having a companion.  Mostly though, she wants a person for a few loving pets and attention, such a gentle girl. She is attentive and eager to please, happy to be your friend. She has no real interest in toys so would be happiest with someone looking for a canine friend.  She is a little confused with the new life at GHF since she lived inside most of her life but she’s learning, step by step, that exploring the outdoor world, can be fun! She just wants you to go with her!  We know she would be happy with a canine buddy but could also be happy as a solo dog. She is fine with cats. Viva is carrying some extra weight now but with exercise outside, she’ll trim down.  Everyone who has met her, adores her and she feels the same about every person she meets! Viva came to rescue with a sibling, Val and could be adopted together or separately.


Special thanks to Alexis Van Saun, Sue Campion, Susan Myers and Peg Fuller for helping Viva find safety at the Farm.

NEVAN is from the Sprakers NY confiscation (click here)
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 Angel
-Gayle Marriner-Smith-"Sweet Sir William Braveheart"

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 (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

    


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 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 (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!


PRIM 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

    


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.  

Special thanks to Denise & Mike Margist for
opening their hearts and home to help Prim.


NYA 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

    




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.

Special thanks to Sheila Maher for fostering NYA, she’s in MA


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. 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 is good with 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.


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
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
Su Walenta Hunt
Janet James
Marilyn Bradshaw-Knapton
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
Rebecca Symmes
Lisa Vaughn
Sharon & Jim Votraw
Pamela Whitlock
Linda Wood
John & Bonnie Yurga



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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