Do not want a puppy. Upon checking into Collies, we came across a Scotch Collie and it is an incredible match.. we have had Stella for five years and she is the love of our lives. When one of our dogs is in need of rehoming we dedicate ourselves to assist in finding a way to keep the dog from going to a rescue or shelter organization, however, any dogs of unknown background that have been sterilized or that must be sterilized in order to be released to us will not be rescued by the OTSCA as that works against our organization’s primary goal of preserving the Old-Time Scotch Collie. Carol and Emil Massaro, We rescued a Scotch Collie We read the posting about a need for a Scotch Collie Rescue Group, and about the dogs in North Carolina without a home. The other rescue organization will have the dogs spayed and neutered. The end result of our efforts was that the dogs were brought into more safe circumstances. She came to rescue as her owners felt they did not have the time necessary to put into training, nor a yard to give her enough room to exercise at her young exuberant age. However, in the mix was Collie. Any age up to about 2 years of age. Mix. Thanks for all you do Andy. Therefore within our relatively small association we had nearly every one of the dogs spoken for. It is true that “many hands make light the work” and your many hands made a big difference. Noblesville , In 46062. Once we got there we felt it was then our job to assess and evaluate the animals so that we could match them according to needs of the homes and the animals. We are also contacting breeders, but would strongly consider adopting a dog 1-2 years old in need of a home as well. Colliewobbles Rescue and Rehoming Australia Incorporated (CRRA) is a breed specific rescue group dedicated to the successful rescue and rehoming of Collie (Rough), Collie (Smooth) and Shetland Sheepdogs. Since our organization’s mission is to preserve and protect a rare breed of dogs, we do not support spaying or neutering except in cases where a dog is found to be unsuitable to breed because of medical or temperament reasons. We know that all of you who had opened your hearts would have made excellent homes. Whether you have a Collie currently or are new to this breed, we hope that the resources here will inspire your commitment to the rebuilding of the Scottish Collies. We had made a commitment to the local ‘guardian’ of the animals that we were going to find them homes…take care of them; that discussion had been on-going for almost three weeks while we searched for homes and started to raise money for this undertaking. Although these dogs may have already been placed, we would be most interested in adopting a female from a similar situation, should that arise. Any registered OTSC or a dog whose sire and/or dam were registered OTSC are eligible to be rehomed by the OTSCA without cost to the previous owner or local rescue organization. The Scottish Collie Preservation Society is a non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to preserving the classic working Collie of the past for the future of the breed. Scotch Collie puppies, like most puppies, are cute and a lot of fun, but getting a new dog is a big decision that should not be made frivolously. Thank … Every rescue that comes through the CRRA doors undergoes a full health assessment and groom. We are interested in welcoming a old time scotch collie into our loving home to spoil and adore we prefer a male any age we are interested in training to be a mobility dog to help my husband with balance. lost my loving collie looking to replace her spent 14 years with her if one is available please contact me, Your email address will not be published. © 2020 Old-Time Scotch Collie Association. We are also contacting breeders, but would strongly consider adopting a dog 1-2 years old in need of a home as well. Her grandparents were ChouChou show dogs from the UK. LOL, Thank you Although these dogs may have already been placed, we would be most interested in adopting a female from a similar situation, should that arise. She is good with … Because we work to encourage responsible breeders within our organization, we find that our dogs seldom fall into rescue situations but when they do we will take action to find them a good home. We are thinking that she would do really well with a sister. Stella definitely has the herder mentality and the doggie day care told on her third visit that while they love her the other dogs were not happy being herded into a circle.