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Border Collie mix pups   

In shelter Dog

Pottstown, Montgomery County, Pennsyl...
Pet name:
Border Collie mix pups
Border Collie, Terrier
For Adoption:These 10 eight week old pups were living at a home in TN. Their mom was a stray that bred to the owner’s Border Collie. Mom looks to be a mix of heeler and lots of other breeds. The pups mom stopped nursing the pups at 4 weeks of age and the owners did not notice that they were not getting enough food and water. When the pups went to the vet for their health certificates, the veterinarian said that they were probably days away from dying of starvation and dehydration. The pups were taken directly to our amazing volunteer Carol from Abandoned Angels to fatten them up and get them ready for transport. In only three days, Carol said they already have big fat bellies! All of the females have been adopted there are only 3 males available for adoption. Due to the high volume of received applications, processing is taking longer than usual. Sorry, we are not doing out of state adoptions at this time.
Thank you for your interest in rescue. If you would like to be considered for adoption please submit an application to adopt. APPLICATION TO ADOPT:  
If you have any questions regarding the adoption process please email or call 610-970-7500.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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