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Border Collie Rescue, Australia
Border Collies Available for Adoption

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  • Many BCs in Dog Pounds Assorted BCs (Australia-wide)

  • Lucy 3 - 4 year old black and white female BC cross (Tamworth)

  • Kardie 4 year old medium coat black and white female BC (western Sydney)

  • Boots 6 year old short coat black and white male BC (Wollongong, NSW)

  • Max 19 month old short coat black and white male BC (South-east Qld)

  • Jack 4 year old pure bred blue merle male BC (Moruya, NSW)


photo currently unavailableMany BCs in Dog Pounds --- (updated regularly) ---

Assorted BCs

There is now a website specifically to list working dogs in pounds. If you would consider adopting a BC direct from a pound, then please have a look. Many dogs die each week in pounds due to the lack of sufficient good homes. Click here to go directly to the section for Border Collies.


Lucy --- (posted 10/7/2016) ---

Lucy was found, an unchipped, unidentifiable stray 2 years ago. Her family love her but she needs more "people time" than they can give. Lucy is black and white with a shorter, thinner coat than a classic BC. She is extremely friendly and sees it as her job to play fetch. She gets along great with our other male dog and dogs of her own size but doesn't seem to like smaller female dogs. She is great on the lead, a great jogging partner and she loves to play ball at the park. Its not very often that she will bark or make much noise but may howl along with the sirens. She has got a fair sized yard to play in at the moment but she loves to have open space or at least someone who may be able to give her more time. As she moves around very quickly she may not be suited to a family that has small children. She is a very happy dog but does get frightened by storms or loud cracking noises, this is when she proves to us that she is a great Houdini and will get out any way possible. Lucy needs a home that will prevent her from escaping, and give her the ongoing mental and physical stimulation that a BC needs. For more info please contact Jacqui on 0409796071


Kardie --- (posted 1/10/2016) ---

Kardie is a cute girl with fully pricked ears. She currently lives with a cat and a staffy, with whom she gets on well. If her new owners wanted to keep them together, her staffy chum can be rehomed with her. Kardie is a loveable girl, who wants and needs people's affection. She is something of an escape artist and can jump average fences with ease. She won't escape if she has human company, but if left on her own she would need a well-secured yard. Kardie is desexed, vaccinated and micro-chipped. She needs a home that can help her settle and be satisfied within her own domain. If you would like more info about Kardie please phone Joshua on 0421936429.


Boots --- (posted 25/10/2016) ---

Boots is in a sad place. He has just lost both of his two-legged family in quick succession and he is home alone. A home is being sought urgently. Either a foster home, or a permanent home with someone who is looking for a BC past puppyhood. Boots loves people, and he used used to going for walks, but he hasn't seen much of the world and his attitude to other animals in a household is unknown. He is definitely used to being the centre of a small universe. If you are looking for a mature BC boy for your household, then perhaps Boots is the boy for you. For more info please contact Wendy on 0421 902 492 or 02 4739 6965


Max --- (posted 25/10/2016) ---

Max has been rescued from a less than ideal home, and he is now looking for a new forever home, with a family who can manage and train him to feel part of the household. Max has had little training, and is not very focussed on people. He needs lots of positives to help him want to interact with people, and learn how to be a family pet. Max would prefer a home without cats. Max loves running on the beach and swimming, and he's happy in an off-leash dog-park or in doggy day care. For more info on Max please contact Diane on 0414 569 477


Jack --- (posted 5/12/2016) ---

Jack is a long-coated, blue merle boy, desexed and up to date with all his vet work. He is a lovely boy, he loves to travel, and he loves the beach. He can run, and he can chill. Jack knows basic commands, loves to learn, and is a great snuggler if he gets the chance. Jack is not confident around other dogs, but is generally OK with them. Jack has a very strong herding instinct and he is driven to herd small children when he encounters them. He needs a home without small children, and a family prepared to manage situations where he might encounter them. For more info on Jack please contact Michael on 0432 236 240

For general information on BC rescue email  bcra@bcra.org.au 


site updated December 5, 2016

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