Sundance, the Smiling Border Collie~Adopted

Sundance is around 2 years old. The wonderful volunteers from the shelter, Peggy and James Baxley, tagged me with his photo. They had just taken his picture and thought he was so sweet.

Sundance was picked up stray and brought to this high kill shelter in north georgia. How could someone dump such a beautiful boy? He knew he shouldn’t be there but he still had trust and hope in his eyes.  The Baxley’s took him home first for me and they said he was the best dog they had ever fostered. He had been through such stress but was so peaceful and calm.

Sundance is always smiling and grateful for any attention. He is now being fostered by our new foster Dawn Chappelle who just fostered Princess Lea. Guess what? He is housebroken! Heartworm negative. The mystery of why he was left on his own deepens….

Stay tuned for more updates as we learn more about our zenful guy!!! Lavender anyone?

For more information on Sundance contact vicki at vicki.thedogliberator@gmail.com
You can also visit his photo album on Facebook for updated pictures.
If you are considering adopting Sundance please take time to read “Starting your dog out right”, Border Collies, and Our Adoption Process.

 

Howdy! Pleased to meet you!

Update Oct.30: Sundance is doing great and having a good time playing with his foster sisters! He is a wonderful obedient boy that will be a treasure for the family who adopts him.

a gorgeous sunday afternoon

Sundance is enjoying a lazy Sunday afternoon in the beautiful North Ga Mtns. That is of course after a round of play!

 

 

 

 

 

Sundance and his new family

11/01/11 Update:  Sundance was adopted today, and Vicki will provide us with more details shortly!

Adopter Update:
Hi Vicki,

The trip went wonderfully perfect.  As you said he travels well and the fact that he was sooooo sleepy didn’t hurt.  He has settled in very well.  I took him for a walk around the block. On the first leg he was going a little nutty for squirrels and I was nervous he’d wiggle out of his, too large, collar.

 

 

Doggie Door!

So, I fed the leash through the loop/handle and put that around his neck. I had more control and it was safer…..and I was also able to distract him, from any critters, much easier…by the second 1/2 of the walk.
He’s eaten and learned how to use the dog door, which was custom painted by my sister….pic is a little blurry. And is now passed out, by the pool.
Hope the 2 (4) of you had a good, safe, drive. And it was really nice to meet you.

Take care,
Susan

PS   Thank you for accepting us!

Email us for more information: TheDogLiberator@gmail.com







1 Comment

  1. Lynette

    10.31.2011

    He is so beautiful!

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