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Code: BFT2022

Asha Travel Buddy   

In shelter Dog

Little Rock, AR, 72205
Pet name:
Asha Travel Buddy
Border Collie
Coat length:
Asha was saved from being euthanized at a rural pound. When she arrived, we could immediately tell she had been in a home at some point in her short life. She knew how to use a doggy door, how to sit and would go into her crate. She also kept her crate clean from the very first night. 

We found her the most perfect foster, and she got to live INSIDE with the cool AC. Her foster takes her for walks/runs and hikes and is teaching her several commands. Asha also loves to swim and lay in her doggy pool.

Asha does very well with the little ones and LOVES playing with other dogs. 

Since Asha is part Border Collie, she is VERY SMART and active and would love a fenced in yard and preferably a fur sibling to play with. Once she receives some exercise, she loves nothing more than to relax near her person.

Asha does have some separation anxiety and will do best in a home with another dog and/or someone who works from home some. 

She is UTD on all vaccinations, spayed and crate trained.

This is a VERY sweet, loving, loyal and smart dog. Please consider her if you are adding to your family.


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