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Item . . . Puppy Oliver, who had contracted pBorder Collies in Needarvovirus, returned from hospital, put on some weight and quickly found himself a new adoptive family with 9 & 11 year-old playmates! Congratulations Oliver & Lutterman family! Read Oliver’s story and see some photos of his new look!  

Item . . . Pollyanna nears return from rehab assignment. Read full story. . .   Watch a moving You Tube video .

Item . . . Eliot & Copper on disabled list. Six year old brothers Eliot & Copper have received their initial heartworm treatment, the brothers are on non-active duty for the next month before being re-tested for heartworm.

Item . . . Sadie expected to return to roster in August. Now on crate rest following heartworm treatment, Sadie will be re-tested prior to being made available for adoption. We’ll update you on her status in the near future.  

NCBCRA Medical Report

Enjoy a slide show preview of our dogs available for adoption by pressing the Play button below!

To see and learn more about these amazing dogs,

please visit our Adoption Gallery web pages:

Adoption Gallery 1            Adoption Gallery 2

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Donations are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your kindness and support!

Are you looking for a new home for your border collie? See our Owner’s web page to post a photo or possibly to surrender your dog to rescue

Stand by for the next round of NCBCRA Puppy-mania featuring Roxy and her Flintstone Pups. FlintstonesBorn June 18, Mama Roxy has given birth to six beautiful puppies, four females & two males. She whelped a balanced mixture of black & white (from border collie dad), red & white, and tri-color pups. Well done, Roxy! It’s too early to set a date for applications and adoptions, but look for updates on these pups in the coming weeks.

Click here to see photos of these pups and mom.

Successful Adoption Story
Biscuit & the Anderson Family

Just thought we’d check in and let ySuccess Storiesou know how Biscuit is doing. We’ve taken her on a few hikes and she can totally keep up. We went to a place in Auburn and she came back with red paws from all the red dirt! We soon realized she does not like baths! But she was a trooper and cleaned up nicely.

 Read more and see more photos here

One of our border collie friends, Parker, can use your help. He’s had a number of seizures lately and there is a fund started for his growing medical bills. Read more about Parker here . . . Visit his webpage to donate Thank you!

Recent Adoptions

NCBCRA Dogs at their new digs & with their new fams!

Peanut & the Chans.  Ella has waited patiently for a puppy, & has learned all she can about dog training to be ready. Charley is over the moon excited!

Cracker Jack & the Lupercios.  Not pictured is border collie sister Coco who is at home awaiting arrival of her new brother. Enjoy CJ!

Tralee & Jim Sellers. Jim’s an ardent geo-cacher and lost his long time canine exploring buddy not too long ago. Well Jim, you found a treasure in Tralee! Congrats.

Trixie & the Pursches.  Lot’s of attention ahead for Trixie (and then the kids get a turn to play with her!)

We are in need of assistance in the Orland area. Primarily we can use help in transporting dogs for vet visits and the like. Of course foster homes are always needed, but if you want to get your feet wet in animal rescue or have limited time this is a great way to participate.  Please email us if you can help.