I am submitting my sweetie Emerson Rose aka “Emmy” whom we adopted from Central Illinois Sheltie Rescue in May 2015. She lived a less than desirable life in an Amish puppy mill and was heart worm positive when she came into rescue. With treatment and much love she is now negative and healthy as can be. She is a wonderful addition to our family!

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Hugs for adopting such a cutie, Beth!

You go on vacation, that’s what you do!

Juke (adopted from Second Chance Sheltie Rescue in St. Louis) is on vacation in Pulpit Rock Park in Colorado Springs, CO.

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Hugs to you for adopting, Angela!

Sage came my way because her owner passed away. Small world, she’s related to my Jenny.
Sage is 8, and loves to play ball! Too cute!!

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You always adopt the cutest Shelties, Holly!

We did not rescue, we were rescued by Lord Ralph of Lilliput. He was from a mill and was only 3lbs when we got him at 10 weeks old. Weeks of medications, long nights, early mornings and “new mommy” fears were worth it. He is smart, sassy, adorable, crazy and perfect for our family.

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Hugs for giving him a loving home, Nancy!

Or would a better title be…”Framed?”

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(This is Sprite – adopted from Michigan Sheltie Rescue in 2011.)
Such a comedian, Debbie!

Daphne wanted to do something to “pay it forward” after being adopted, so she and I became a therapy team and a READING PAWS team. We visit with children in an elementary school and Daphne listens to them read. She just loves it!

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Hugs to you for adopting her, Mary!