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SANCTUARY RESIDENT RIPLEY came from a shelter where she had been surrendered... her owners "no longer able to care for her." We are very happy to have this gal and have applauded all her physical, mental and emotional progress in the last year… a much happier Border Collie, so on her game with toys and action and everything! She is the life of the party, full of spunk, and like lots of female BCs, the boss of everyone's comings and goings!

Though Ripley is happy, her age came with a few obstacles to adoption... we almost found a nice home but her need for mats on the floor due to her back-end issues and her incontinence (managed with medicine) and renal disease that is underway, deterred interest. These are the facts of being a senior dog... what’s around the corner is unknown to those who consider adopting an older BC.

So, it’s only fitting that Glen Highland continues the joy she is experiencing now, for however long the journey goes, being here for her and ALL her needs. That is our commitment to Ripley (and other Seniors like her)... the best of everything she so deserves!

Health Challenges: Ripley is on Gabapentin for pain management, Proin to manage incontinence, Enalapril for her heart condition and prescription food for her kidney diease.


Dan Kress, in memory of Gus

Barbara Erskine, in honor of GH alum & major ball girl Abby's15th birthday

Ripley needs 4 more angels!