Sheltie Nation

Category Archive for ‘Rescued Shelties’

Hug Your Sheltie Today

Julie Canzoneri of Tri-State Shetland Sheepdog Rescue, Inc. coordinated an amazing group effort to rescue these long neglected Shelties. Her diligence and determination are what saved them.

This video is a bit tough to watch, but you can’t help but smile in the end!

Please consider donating to your local Sheltie rescue. They do amazing work on behalf of our favorite breed!

C’mon Get Happy!

Little Love came here from a kill shelter on March 31, 2012.  She had over 100 ticks, severe anemia, and a very dubious future. The vet aged her at fifteen. As it’s been over a year, today we are celebrating her Sweet Sixteen! She takes meds and appropriate supplements for liver and kidneys…but is otherwise happy as a clam. Please join us in jubilation!

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Hugs to you Eva for helping these senior dogs through the
Sheltie Rescue Alternative!

No More Pictures Please!

Annie says: “good grief, the paparazzi is relentless these days!”

annieeyesHugs to you for adopting, Gail!

Blue Ribbon Birthday!

I got Archie from the Wisconsin Sheltie Rescue when he was 4 months old.  

January 4th, he turned 2 years old.  He is such a sweetheart!

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Looks like you both won each other, Deb!

Sheltie Tales: A Happy Ending!

This is tiny little Jasmine who we got from Michigan Sheltie Rescue. She is the sweetest little soul. She came to the rescue when a next door neighbor could no longer stand seeing her chained to a fence during the cold winters and hot summers here in MI for 5 years! She was used as as a backyard breeding dog. So very sad. When she was no longer producing puppies the owner finally agreed to let her go to the rescue as recommended by the neighbor. Now she is a special cherished member of our family… she is spoiled now and enjoying every moment! She deserves it!

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Hugs to you Gloria for giving her a loving home!