Sissy (Rob Parker)
This is our girl, Daisy Jane Austen Collie! We adopted her almost four years ago from the Coulee Region Humane Society in Onalaska, Wisconsin (right near La Crosse). She will be six years old in October. Daisy and I are a certified Therapy Dog team with CRHS. She loves people, most other dogs, cats, even guinea pigs and chipmunks … the squirrels better beware, however! We live in La Crosse, Wisconsin, and always look for opportunities to take Daisy with us. We love her so much; Daisy is the first collie I have ever owned and am definitely in love with this breed! – Diane (and Randy) Breeser
Collin running in the back yard about a month after I fostered then adopted him. Collin went to the Rainbow Bridge end of March of this year. I still miss this noble boy! – Robin Kashuba
My sheltie and my collie, Ava & Chet. My sweet Chet passed away in May. We miss him so much! – Gilda
This is Ginger! She is three years old, and I refer to her as my Social Butterfly. She loves absolutely everyone!!! Ginger hopes to pass her therapy dog classes this fall so that she can brighten more people’s lives!! – Twila Kock
This is our Eli. He came to us in March of 2013, he was one of Mary Scopp’s fosters and she called us to adopt him and bring him into our home. We did and he is now in his forever home. We are happy to be able to give him a good home and spoil him all we can. – Denise and Mark Patsches
Eli last winter when he came in from the bitter cold. All collies should be this pampered.
Shelby enjoying himself on the deck. Shelby came to us in 2010, from Duluth, Minn. Mary Scopp recommended us for his forever home. Shelby went to the rainbow bridge in November of 2013. Even though his time with us was too short, he was such a loving member of our family. He was a favorite of our neighbors and all the neighborhood kids. We were happy to give him a loving home. – Denise and Mark Patsches
Bandit has had a busy summer supervising all the passersby his house and everyone doing their yard work. – Kate Collins
In Bandit’s spare time he loves to go for long walks and even got to do some off leashing. He turned two this summer but he has been clear to remind us that he is still all puppy at heart. – Katie Collins
Mariah who, along with four other collies, was rescued from a hoarding situation in 2012, is still going strong at her permanent foster home. She loves to lay in front of her fan, with her toy, and on “her” bed.