All Border Collie Rescue
All Border Collie Rescue is an organization that saves border collies that have had a rough life, offering them to new, more responsible owners.
The staff at ABCR feels the need to find happy homes for these active dogs.
174 S Walden Elms Cir, Spring, TX 77382
Appalachian Border Collie Rescue
Appalachian Mountain Border Collie Rescue is a group of border collie rescue centers based in central and northern Virginia, NW Georgia, SE Tennessee, and North Carolina. AMBCR centers offer information on adoptions while providing referrals and consults when you’re considering adopting a border collie.
PO Box 509, Blacksburg, VA 24063
Gulf Coast Sheltie and Collie Rescue
Gulf Coast Sheltie and Collie Rescue are actively involved in saving the lives of border collies in Alabama. This all-volunteer network covers several neighboring states that border the Gulf of México. GCS&CR sources dogs from the streets, various animal control authorities, and humane societies.
Collie Rescue of South Louisiana
Collie Rescue of South Louisiana started in 2004. This organization now has an ever-growing group of volunteers dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, fostering, and home placements for underprivileged borders. Dogs can recover from neglect, abuse, or abandonment, later on being re-trained to join an ever-loving, better forever home.
985-863-2156, 985-201-9552, 985-674-3688
Rockin P Rescue Dogs
Many are the times that Rockin P Rescue Dogs has shared tales of love and loss by rescuing collies with medical emergencies and nursed them back to life. RPRD takes donations and charges border collie adoption fees to defray vet and training costs as a nonprofit 501(c) rescue organization.
Other rescue centers for border collies where you can adopt a pet in Alabama include;
Tri-State Collie Rescue
Alabama Border Collie Rescue