Kipper was adopted from Second Chance Sheltie Rescue of St. Louis in February 2011 when he was just a little over one year old. Our friends and family love him so much that he is one spoiled little dog. He loves his “stuffless” stuffed animals, so he gets lots of them for his birthday and Christmas.
Tyler and Gypsy trying to convince me to stop working and start playing.
Is it working, Jean?
And here’s a little Love Story involving Sheltie Nation:
Back in 2010, Sheltie Nation posted some photos of little Tyler, who was with Second Chance Sheltie Rescue. I fell immediately and hopelessly in love with him. I knew that Tyler was MY DOG, and the simple fact that Second Chance Sheltie Rescue doesn’t do adoptions across state lines (I’m in Chicago) wasn’t going to stop this from happening.
Needless to say, we worked it out and here is my baby Tyler 8 years later, along with his ever-present buddy Gypsy.
Lady knows any place is a good place for a nap!
Hugs for adopting, Beth!
Hugs for adopting such a cutie, Kristin!
Alex was rescued by Sheltie Shack from a shelter in Omaha NE, they said he was unsalvageable.
He came to us as a foster and stayed happily ever after and also is a therapy dog!
Such a handsome and dignified fellow, Sylvia!
Buddy Two Shoes was a little surprised at sign in designated dog area at I95 rest stop in Florida.
He would chase one if he saw it! Fortunately no snakes were observed.
(Buddy was adopted from Northern Virginia Sheltie Rescue in 2016.)
Hugs for adopting, Joyce!
This is Eiley, almost 3 years old, adopted from Second Chance Sheltie Rescue in St. Louis in 2016.
Hugs for adopting, Angela! :)
“Mom, can you tell me again the story of how you rescued me?” asks Sweet Pea.
Awe Tracey, hugs for adopting!