Collies that arrive into rescue are often no different than collies from a reputable breeder. More often than not, they are surrendered to the Collie Rescue League of New England because their owners are experiencing a major life event like divorce, relocation, or financial changes to a household. Generally, they are healthy and were raised in home environments where they were loved and cared for.
In some cases, they have not had the benefit of a good start in life. In these situations, our foster homes may work longer to get them settled and prepare them for their new forever homes. Because of their gentle nature and intelligence the collie breed is great at adapting to changes in their lives and will thrive when given a second chance!
Collie Rescue League of New England collects adoption fees for collies they release from their care. This money goes directly towards CRLNE to help cover all of the expenses accrued during a collie’s stay with us. All of our collies are groomed, vetted, and neutered or spayed before adoption so they are healthy and ready to go to their new home when the right match is found. All information we learn about the collie’s medical status and temperament while they are in their CRLNE foster home is shared with the adopter.
Our fees are broken down by age for puppies, adults, and seniors:
Less than 3 years old: $325
3 to 8 years old: $275
9 years and up: $225
Please note that not all our available collies are posted online. Below are a few of the collies currently in foster care.
A warm welcome to Misty, a 4-year-old (approximately) sable and white rough coated female collie. Misty is currently under evaluation in her foster home. If you are interested in adopting this adorable collie, fill out an application, available for download on this website. Or call us at 800-296-3265 and we will mail one to you.
Charlie is a 2 1/2-year-old Tri-color rough coated neutered male collie currently under evaluation in a foster home. So far we know he likes cats but will do best in a home with no other dogs. Charlie can be timid in new situations. He is learning basic commands and would blossom in a home that can continue to work with him to gain confidence and social skills.
Please call us today at 1-800-296-3265 or email us at CRLNEApplications@gmail.com if you’re interested in learning more about our application process.