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Adopt a Beardie

If you would like to apply to adopt or foster a BCCCCF Rescue, please click on the link to the adoption form, print it, fill it out and either scan and email it to Laurajbr@mac.com or mail it to the address shown. Feel free to contact us with questions.

 

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If you would like to make a donation to our Bearded Collie Rescue, please make out your check to BCCCF and mail it to our treasurer, Peggy Caldwell, 956 Monte Cristo Boulevard, Tierra Verde, FL 33715. Thank you.

 

 

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Whiskey

 

Whiskey

 

 

 

Whiskey Needs a Forever Home

 

Update: Whiskey went to his Forever Home with Marci and her family in Lake Worth, FL.

 

We were contacted earlier this month about Whiskey, a 3 1/2 year old Neardie (Bearded Collie and Rough Coat Collie). His owner went blind and could no longer care for Whiskey and turned him over to a caregiver. Up until this, Whiskey lived in a condo in South Florida and was not used to being outdoors or being around other dogs. His coat was a mess (see first photo) and he had skin and ear infections. The caregiver gave Whiskey a haircut and a bath but could not keep him in with her older, unfriendly rescues, so she contacted us.
A rescue team member is currently fostering Whiskey in Lake Worth, FL. She immediately got him to the vet, who prescribed meds for his skin and ears and pronounced him in good health. Whiskey is heart-worm free, neutered and housebroken.
However, Whiskey is quite frightened of other dogs in the house, especially those who want to play. He loves people, attention, and grooming. He is very sweet-natured and not a barker, but he does greet you with "aroos" when he gets up in the morning.
Whiskey is confused after moving from his owner to a temporary shelter and now to his foster home. An ideal home for him would be as an only dog with someone who is home most of the day.


This is a BCCCF Rescue.

 

 

 

Finnegan

 

Finnegan

 

Finnegan went to his Forever Home with Karen and Tom in Trinity in February 2014

 

 

 

Oreo

 

Oreo

 

Oreo went to his Forever Home with Ray in Sebring in January 2014

 

Oliver

 

Oliver

 

Oliver went to his Forever Home with Mary and Bob in Chicago in December 2013

Towser

 

Towser

 

Towser went to his Forever Home with Susan and Tom in Homosassa October 2013

Allie

 

Allie

 

 

Sweet Allie went to her Forever Home Sept. 8th with Lois

Buddy

John and Carol Rumble’s “Buddy”

Update: Crossed the Rainbow Bridge 11/26/13

 

 

Willow & Remy

Kelly Kay’s Willow and Remy
Here are my best friends...both rescues courtesy of BCCCF. The smaller guy on the left (white and black) is Remy. He was a stray that Andree Symons rescued after seeing him listed in Petfinder as a bearded collie back in April of 2007. (He may have some beardie, border collie and terrier in him). At that time I was looking for a companion for Willow, the bigger gray girl on the right. I had the great fortune of adopting Willow in April of 2003, also a dog that Andree had rescued from the Polk County shelter. Willow had just been placed by her previous owner into the shelter with a litter of pups that she had just had. They think she got together with a black lab. The owner didn't divulge her name or age so I named her Willow and I'd guess she's 7-8 years old now. Willow is gregarious and very social and really needed a buddy and Remy fits the bill. They wrestle and play most of the days away. Willow has taught Remy how to play with toys, how to get along with others and her sense of humor seems to be wearing off on Remy. He used to be quite serious and now he's more happy-go-lucky, playful and the tail wags a lot more than it once did! And Remy, who is probably about 3 years old, has helped to keep Willow young and balanced.
I am forever grateful to BCCCF Rescue, notably Andree Symons, for the huge part they played in bringing my best buddies in to my life. They bring me so much joy and laughter!!

 

 

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Adopt a Beardie

If you would like to apply to adopt or foster a BCCCCF Rescue, please click on the link to the adoption form, print it, fill it out and either scan and email it to Laurajbr@mac.com or mail it to the address shown. Fell free to contact us with questions.

 

Adoption Form - Click Here