November adoptions

By Sarah Rebernick, VP and Adoption Coordinator


Maisie, a 12-year-old mahogany sable female, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. This sweet girl came to MWCR after she somehow lost her owners. She was found living rough and from the look of her coat, she had been on her own for quite a while. She was taken to a shelter which spent two weeks trying to trace her owners through her rabies tag but they were unable to locate them.

But her days on her own are over now because Miss Maisie slipped seamlessly into the hearts of her foster family, including their two kitties and especially their other collie – it seems like they have always lived together.


Handsome Bullick, a 1.5-year-old sable/white male, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Bullick was surrendered to MWCR because his owners knew he wasn’t getting the attention he craved. Although he was living his life as a bit of a free spirit, this young boy was definitely craving a more structured lifestyle. Now he’s thrilled to have found that along with the love and attention of his new humans. Congratulations sweet boy!


Sweet Hazel, an 11-month-old sable/white female MWCR alum, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Hazel was originally adopted out as a puppy but was sadly returned to MWCR by her loving mom due to unexpected changes in her life. This beautiful girl has always known the love and care that a collie deserves and it shows in her confident personality. She has already won over the hearts of her new family (canine and human) and is thoroughly enjoying romping with her new brothers in the big back yard

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