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SANCTUARY RESIDENT OLLIE is quite the character with a high drive herding nature, stalking, keen to chase, race and “work" non-stop. He loves the big pack of rescues that is now his life, preferring herding and stalking to cuddling with a human.

Ollie is a classic ‘brainiac’ Border Collie with lots of quirks including car chasing, obsessive compulsive shadow chasing and a big dislike for kidsnot an easy adoptable combination. Bounced from two homes starting at age 2, Glen Highland made sense as a permanent place that could stimulate his mind and adjust to his challenges.

Today, he’s still a wild man as a senior, but safe and sound where his needs can be met properly. Ollie keeps us laughing all the time with his brilliance... almost more than he can handle! He has aged beautifully into a very active Senior!

That's classic Ollie... stalking another BC, his buddy Rye, in the photo below!

HEALTH CHALLENGES:
Ollie has lower back pain from arthritis so Gabapentin is in night time use

 

Gregg, Jodi and GH Alums Mia & Charlie – In Memory of Tucker “the first BC” and GHF Alum Jett; two focused and sensitive Border Collies who made us laugh and smile with their serious and quirky ways, both loved to bring joy and happiness to everyone they met.

Barbara Erskine and my wonderful senior girl, GH alum Janie

Jennifer Cherney - In loving memory of Cody, always in my heart

Deborah Harris

Scottie Burkhalter, in memory of Russy & JayJay