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In shelter Dog

Clear Lake, IA, 50428
Pet name:
Border Collie
Brown / Chocolate
Flo (female) and seven siblings will be 8 weeks old on 10/10/22 and ready to go home on or about 10/13/22.  We believe mom may have some Border Collie in her ... but your guess is really as good as ours!  Mom and her 8 puppies were found in a trash dumpster and were saved when an individual heard the noise in the dumpster and got them out just before the trash man arrived. 

She is your typical lovable, snuggly, playful, goofy + fun puppy! She will need continued consistency with her potty-training, especially as she adjusts to a new home environment. She is familiar with her crate, but likely need some transition time as she figures out life without being with her siblings. With her young age, she is dog, cat (with the proper intro, of course), and kiddo-friendly! She is a sweet little thing, and will make the sweetest family addition.

Mom isnt a very big dog at only about 30 lbs. so depending on who daddy was we still think they will be medium size dogs.

APPLY HERE:  (or private message us if you’re already preapproved!). We will begin taking deposits on these puppies right away.

$295.00 adoption fee includes her spay, vaccines to date, and microchip.
Patriots for Pets Rescue and Shelter Inc. (641) 357-8050


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