This is Chance in front with his two sisters, Abby and Halo. Chance is a rescue who unfortunately bounced from a home to a shelter 3 times before I rescued him. He is a wonderful boy and fit in with is sisters very nicely. I can only figure out 1 way that Chance bounced around from home to home so much; he is vocal. Let’s remind people not to obtain a Sheltie unless they understand that Shelties are active, interactive and vocal dogs. Chance is much less vocal now that he is secure. I just want to tell the world how much I love him.
What a little cutie, Terry!
Hugs for giving him a great home!
Time for a nap!
These are our two girls Skye on the left and Keelin on the right. They were rescued from a puppy mill on 12/26/2004 (along with 140 other dogs). We adopted them on 2/10/2005 and were told they were 4 years old. They are closing in on 14 years old so this picture is becoming more common.
Hugs to you Kerry for giving them a loving home!
I met and fell in love with Robbie at our local Humane Shelter and have had him for about a month now. He was scared of falling leaves when I first got him! But some training and socialization is turning him into a good citizen — and quite a cuddly charmer, as you can see from this photo. (By the way, that’s his vet collar in the background from when he was neutered before he left the shelter. Notice the teeth marks!
Hugs to you for adopting such a cutie, Becky!
This is Remmi a 10 y/o we just brought home from NJ Shelty Rescue with her new buddy Rex, 130 Italian Mastiff.
She follows him all over the yard and he’s a mush!
The look on Remmi’s face is priceless, Laura and Walt!
This is Maggie, a three-year old Sheltie I just adopted from the local humane society.
She is sweet as sugar and has great house manners.
Lucky you, Cecile!
Hugs for giving her a loving home.