December adoptions

By Sarah Rebernick, VP & Adoption Coordinator

Dexter

Dexter, a 1.5-year-old tricolor smoothie male, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. This sweet boy with his adorable freckles was transferred to MWCR from a shelter after being found as a stray, likely dumped on a back road. Fortunately someone saw him in the ditch, was able to get him in their car and brought him to the shelter. How anyone could have thrown away a gentle boy like this is unfathomable but things are definitely looking up for Dexter now. In fact his loving personality landed him in the perfect spot before he even completed his journey to his planned foster home – his transport required an overnight stay at another foster and he fit in so perfectly that it was obvious that he’d chosen his forever home. So congratulations on finding his home for the holidays!

Penny

Lovely 10-month-old tricolor female, Penny, has been adopted and will be living in Colorado. This sweet young girl was surrendered to MWCR due to significant changes in her owner’s life which meant she would not be getting the attention she deserved. Her new mom is looking forward enjoying lots of hikes and fun in the great outdoors and her new canine sister is excited to have a new BFF to hang with. Congratulations Penny!

Holly

Sweet Holly, a 2-year-old sable female, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. This loving girl was surrendered when her family realized they didn’t have the right environment for her and wanted a better life for her. Her new family has a human brother and a canine sister for her to play with and the whole bunch of them could not be happier. Congratulation on finding your new home in time for the Holly-days!

 

November adoptions

By Sarah Rebernick, VP & Adoption Coordiinator

Ian

Ian has been adopted and will be living in North Dakota. An adorable 1-year-old sable/white male, Ian is a typical teenager who was looking for a new home where he can get all the attention and training that a young collie boy deserves. This sweet boy will surely blossom in his new home that has the time and dedication to shape the behaviors that will make him into the majestic companion he’s meant to be – and he even has a zen collie companion to show him the ropes.

Kelcie

Aubrey (nka Kelcie), has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. Aubrey is a small sable nine month old female. Some good Samaritans found her running loose and when she was returned to her family, they decided they didn’t really want her back, so the people that found her surrendered her to us. She is an absolute doll – gets along well with other dogs, friendly with strangers, ignores cats, good snuggler, which is great because her new family has another dog for her to play with and a human brother for her to snuggle with. There may be something besides collie in there but whatever it is, it only makes her even cuter.

Fly

Handsome Fly, a 1-year-old tricolor male, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Fly was surrendered by his loving mom because, after getting out of an abusive relationship, she knew she didn’t have the ability to give him the attention he needed while rebuilding her life. We all know how stressful the environment must have been to a sensitive collie and we’re thrilled that this sweet, fun boy is now in a stable, loving home.

Dakota

Handsome 6-year-old Dakota (fka Chubs), has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. He was surrendered to MWCR because he wasn’t being accepted by the resident pack. Fortunately for this sweet boy, there was a home ready and waiting for a collie exactly like him! Now he and his new mom have made their own pack with extended family nearby so he never has to go too long without belly rubs.  Happy Holidays to all!

 

October Adoptions

By Sarah Rebernick, VP & Adoption Coordinator

June

June and Lacey have been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin and Minnesota. They were part of the litter of eight whose mom had been hit and killed by a car.

 

Rocky

Handsome Rocky, a 3-year-old sable/white collie/Pyrenees mix, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. Rocky was surrendered to MWCR due to his owner’s changing life situation which meant he would not get the attention that he deserved. Rocky’s new home has a canine companion, a mom and dad with lots of love to give, plenty of room to run around and a couple of kitties to keep everyone in line – what more could a good boy ask for?

September adoptions

By Sarah Rebernick, VP & Adoption Coordinator

Lovely Lilah, a 9-month-old sable/white female has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. Lilah was tearfully surrendered to MWCR when changes for her young family meant they were often gone, leaving her crated for up to nine hours a day. They wanted her to have a home where she would get the attention that she needed and hoped she could even have another pup to romp with. Happily, Lilah’s new home has a human sister and young aussie/x canine buddy – let the playtime begin!

Abby

 

 

 

Lovely Abby, a five-year-old tricolor collie female, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Although she has been a beloved pet all of her life, several large life changes led Abby’s owner to contact MWCR for help finding a new home for this sweet girl. Although Abby is not overly fond of other inquisitive dogs (after all, she’s a true lady who thinks butt sniffs are RUDE!), she is now happily coexisting with her new mom and dad’s resident kitties. Congratulations to Abby and her new parents!

Bart/Brett/Beau

This super cute nine week old sable merle boy has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. He doesn’t have a name yet but it sounds like it may be Bart, Brett or Beau – Go Pack!

Sadie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adorable Sadie, a 9-week-old sable/white female, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. I’m sure this sweet girl will be a treasured member of the family for a long time

 

 

Sasha, 9 weeks old, Signe (fka Masie) and Willi (fka Casey), 12 weeks, all found their forever homes this weekend in Kansas, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Sasha came in with two of her siblings and Signe & Willi were part of a litter of eight whose mom had been hit and killed by a car. All of these precious pups are busy stealing hearts and harassing siblings – which is what puppies do best. Congratulations to all!

Sasha

Signe

Willi

 

Bennie

Adorable Bennie, a 6-month-old collie/afghan mix, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. This sweet boy came to MWCR from a local shelter. Bennie is a typical good-natured boy who quickly won the hearts of his new mom and dad and has already become BFFs with his canine sibling. His new home has lots of room to run and even some neighboring cows to befriend, so life is looking pretty good for this strikingly handsome, fluffy boy!

 

 

 

 

 

Callie

Stacy (nka Callie), had been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. She was part of a litter of eight whose mom had been hit and killed by a car. At this point five of the eight puppies agree, forever homes are the best!

 

Tucker

Sweet Tucker, an 11-month-old smoothie, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Tucker came to MWCR after he had been re-homed at least five times though no fault of his own. He was originally saved from a very bad living situation at age five months, but then went to an apartment that was too small for him as he grew. The next home seemed promising but unfortunately a new boyfriend decided he didn’t want him (personally I would have gotten rid of the boyfriend and kept the dog!). Tucker is still a bit of a diamond in the ‘ruff’ but he is smart and loving and his new family has the lifestyle to get his puppy energy out each day, as well the dedication to his continued training and patience to forgive the mistakes he may make along the way to becoming the wonderful companion we all know he will be. Congratulations to this handsome boy!

 

Gracie

Another adorable pup is in her forever home – gorgeous Gracie will be living in Minnesota with her new dad.

 

Charlotte

 

 

 

 

Lovely Charlotte, an 11-month-old sable/white female, has been adopted and will be living in Iowa. Charlotte was originally living on a working farm but her propensity for chasing cars made her family realize that farm life was not a safe choice for her. This sweet but very shy girl is now enjoying the life of a pampered pet with an experienced, loving mom and dad who are helping her to come out of her shell. Happy life, sweet girl!

August adoptions

By Sarah Rebernick, VP & Adoption Coordinator

Fiona

Vera (nka Fiona), a 6-month-old female merle-factored white smoothie with a unique harlequin coat pattern, has been adopted and will be living in Virginia. She and her canine mom, Stella, came to MWCR after her human dad died unexpectedly. Fiona is a sweet girl who can be a bit shy at first due to all the recent changes in her life, but she is a fun and playful pup once she knows everything is okay. She’s sure to bring a lot of joy to her new mom and dad, as well as her new collie siblings!

Carmel

Sweet Carmel, a 12 year-old rough sable, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. She came to MWCR after she became lost, and someone picked her up and took her to the Humane Society. Her owner was very ill and his brother had been looking for a home for both his brother and Carmel. While they were gathering information for us about her, a good samaritan neighbor took her to be groomed, as her coat had become matted. The groomer ended up shaving her but her new mom has some cute sweaters for her so she’ll stay toasty warm. Since Carmel has had a lot of recent upsets in her life, as well as a few continuing health issues, we are thrilled that she will be able to permanently stay in her foster home to give her some stability.  We’re so glad we were able to help this sweet and gentle girl.

Stella

Stunning Stella, a 2-year-old sable-headed white smoothie, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Stella came to MWCR, along with her canine daughter Vera, after the sudden death of her human dad. She had been used for breeding but was kept inside as a loved pet and you can tell that from she sweet disposition. Although she’s a little shy from all the recent changes in her life, now she’ll be able to settle in with her new parents, collie sister and hopefully even win over the hearts of her new kitty siblings.

Robbie

 

 

 

 

We all had a barking good time at the Minnesota Frolic, but handsome senior Robbie had the best time because he was adopted and got to go home with his new family. Congratulations!

 

Molly

Beautiful 10-year-old Molly has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. This senior girl is a gorgeous tri-color who may be mixed with Chesapeake Bay retriever since her hair is a bit curly. Molly was found wandering in traffic and when her savior located her owner and took her home, they said that she kept figuring out how to open the gate and they were tired of chasing after her. Easy-going Molly has already made friends with the kitty in her new home (and acknowledged that he is in charge), and now has her very own loving human to call mom – oh, and a beautiful backyard with a nice, secure latch on the gate!

Copper

Cute Copper, a 6-month-old collie/retriever mix, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. This young, mild mannered boy came into the shelter as a stray. Although Copper can be a bit shy he is happy and gentle with kids and gets along with dogs of all sizes. His new mom and dad fell in love the second they met him and I have a feeling that will be a continuing trend for this loving boy

Charlie (facing us)

Charlie Boy, a 1-year-old old collie mix (golden?), has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. He came to MWCR through the local Animal Control. Charlie would frequently visit the neighbor’s house and they finally got frustrated enough to call AC to pick him up. His owners decided to surrender him and we were happy to welcome him into our care. Charlie is a very nice dog who needs some confidence building, but it’s clear he has the social inclinations of a collie – just ask the neighbors! We know he will thrive under the care of a gentle of his new family who will help him develop into a confident, well-rounded collie gentleman.

July adoptions

By Sarah Rebernick, VP & Adoption Coordinator
Buddy, a 7-year-old sable headed white male, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. Buddy came to MWCR after his elderly owner became ill and was transferred to a nursing home. A neighbor was caring for Buddy, where he stayed in a pen/crate in their barn, but when the owner realized he would not be coming home he gave them permission to surrender Buddy to the local Humane Society, who then contacted MWCR.

Until now, Buddy has spent his entire life living in a small kennel outdoors but that did not crush his loving spirit. Although his experiences have been limited and he had no exposure to other dogs in his previous home, his foster mom says he is a very friendly, happy confident boy who gets along well with dogs of all sizes. Buddy’s new mom and dad are excited to introduce him to all the joys life has to offer a pampered, beloved pet.

Duke

Duke, aka the Farrah Fawcett of collies, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Four-year-old Duke was a beloved pet who was surrendered when his family realized that they couldn’t give him the attention that he deserved. After several meet-n-greets that just weren’t quite the right fit, we finally realized that Duke was already in the perfect spot with his foster family and they’ve made it official. Congratulations to Duke and his new family.

Carmel

Sweet Carmel, a 12 year-old rough sable, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. She came to MWCR after she became lost, and someone picked her up and took her to the Humane Society. Her owner was very ill and his brother had been looking for a home for both his brother and Carmel. While they were gathering information for us about her, a good samaritan neighbor took her to be groomed, as her coat had become matted. The groomer ended up shaving her but her new mom has some cute sweaters for her so she’ll stay toasty warm . Since Carmel has had a lot of recent upsets in her life, as well as a few continuing health issues, we are thrilled that she will be able to permanently stay in her foster home to give her some stability. We’re so glad we were able to help this sweet and gentle girl.

 

 

June adoptions

By Sarah Rebernick, VP and Adoption Coordinator

Bandit

Handsome Bandit has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Bandit came to MWCR from a local shelter. The owners had originally taken him in from a very neglectful situation but because he wasn’t getting along with one of the family’s other dogs they surrendered him. Bandit still has a few behavioral quirks but his new mom and dad are determined to do everything they can to help him live his best life and I’m sure the resident kitties will lend a paw as well. Congratulations!

Cosette

Lovely Cosette, a 6-year-old sable headed white, has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. This sweet girl was originally adopted from MWCR five years ago but unfortunately changes in their life meant that she was not getting the attention she needed and her loving family knew they needed her to find a new home. Cosette’s new mom is thrilled to add this beauty to her life and is looking forward to long walks, comfy cuddles on the couch and doing some volunteer therapy work.

Charlie

Handsome Charlie, a 4-year-old sable/white male has been adopted and will be living in Wisconsin. Charlie was sadly surrendered by his loving family because they were unable to give him the attention he needs while they are dealing with the illness of a family member. Charlie’s new mom and dad are so excited to welcome him into their lives and since they are home most of the time, he is sure to get lots and lots of attention.

Chance

Adorable Chance, a 1-year-old sable male, has been adopted and will be living in Minnesota. He was surrendered because his previous owners were unable to stop their toddler from being mean to him. They had gotten him as a puppy and he loved his family (including the toddler), but they realized it wasn’t fair that Chance couldn’t feel safe in his home. Now he’s happily ensconced with his new mom and dad and is especially excited that he has a young canine companion to play with. Chance may be compact in stature but he has a supersized personality and all of it is filled with happiness that he is always willing to share with everyone around him