Mallory is a farm girl ready to move to California! She is a beautiful Border Collie who has been well taken care of and will be a wonderful dog for whatever lucky family adopts her.
Mallory was found wandering around on the streets when she was only 3 months old. A family took her in but she accidentally got pregnant with one of their dogs! Now, shes had her babies and they are grown up and shes ready to leave the nest.
Shes had a great living situation living on a ranch with other dogs, farm, animals, kids/babies, and lots of space to roam around. Please note that Mallory has only been an outdoor dog up until this point but her family is working on potty training in preparation for her adoption.
Shes been extremely well taken care of in her time at the ranch. At 2 years old now, shes beautiful and healthy. Mallory is a great size at right around 40lbs. She knows basic commands and is very well socialized. Shes loves to jump in your lap and play. If you are familiar with Border Collies, you know they are fairly active dogs, but Matilda isnt too high energy.
We are hoping to find Mallory a home with some yard space and someone who will be patient with her as she adjusts to being an indoor/outdoor dog. She would thrive in a family with another dog. We arent sure how she is around cats but anticipate no problems as she gets along with all kinds of farm animals.
Mallory is with Pretty Little Perros (PLP) Rescue in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, but can be sent to the Northern California if we can find her a great family. Matilda is already sterilized and fully vaccinated.
Interested in adopting Mallory? Please fill out our adoption application: https://forms.gle/aCsFG6r64wtHxU2q9
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