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Madge Padge LOVES the water! -watch my video   

In shelter Dog

Hillister, TX, 77624
Pet name:
Madge Padge LOVES the water! -watch my video
Smooth Collie
Red / Chestnut / Orange
Coat length:
Madge is a young gorgeous smooth coat collie mix?  Guessing of course. She is around 60 lbs now but could stand to lose a couple pounds. She is also super loving, very active and loves to explore and especially LOVES the water.  Ponds, baby pool, any body of water, though she hasnt been to the beach.  

Madge gets along with other friendly dogs but prefers slow introdctions. 
She is also kennel trained. Madge does have an old leg injury.  She does often bear weight on the leg and it does not slow her down even a little bit. She can still jump up and down and run with the best of them.   
She loves people.  She does like to go in the car and will readily load up.
Her ideal home would be a semi active family who is ok with a dog who doesnt love every dog she meets.  If family has other dog, dog must be playful submissive or even keeled dog who is not challenging or bossy. And slow intros needed   madge is not a "dog park" dog. 

She can go to an older active couple or family with older kids. Single mom/dad or couple. We have videos of madge playing with other dogs and we can also show madge behavior when she doesnt like another dog  it is immediate and instant if she is not going to get along. 

Madge is a quiet, sweet, loyal, fun pup. She does not need a large yard, just walks and other excercise. 

If you are a local adopter, we welcome you to bring your dog to meet her before making a decision and she will be allowed to go on a trial run. 

Madge is available to adopt in all 50 states and also Canada. Here is a link to our Application to adopt.


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