Ali has her forever home with Sheltie brother Taj, feline brother Rocket, and a mom who has lots of experience with training and socialization. Ali started a little game where she comes within a foot of where mom is sitting, play-bows and then bounds away, then comes back and starts it again. Shy Ali likes to spend time in her crate, but comes out often to follow Taj around, or if he barks she has to know what's going on and may join in the barking. Mornings are happy times, with Ali and Taj barking to wake mom up - everyone is excited for breakfast ... typical Shelties!


Little Doolittle came to me scared and shy, with bad shoulders from living in a kennel 24/7 for the first 7 years of his life! He leaned against my leg with his foot on my foot and we bonded from there. We got him healthy and strong and he lived large! He was such a kind, gentle and accepting soul; he loved everyone. All my customers at work fell in love with him. He had quite the fan base! When we considered adopting a second Sheltie, I told Doolittle we wanted to give her a chance at a good life like we did for him.


Franny's new mom and dad fell in love with her the moment they met! Her Sheltie sister Lexi is glad to have another Sheltie around to keep her company. After a few days of settling in, Franny was playing with squeaky toys and hanging out with everyone on the deck. She follows her mom and dad around and loves being the center of attention. Adopted 6/1/17.


Laddie came into rescue with his best friend Lassie, and we were so happy for them when they found a forever home where they could stay together. They loved spending time with their family, going for walks and car rides. Visitors also were lavished with affection. The yard was well-guarded and passers-by were greeted with an enthusiastic round of barking. Adopting them was one of the best decisions we made. Laddie crossed the Rainbow Bridge in June 2017 and is now forever united with his Lassie girl, who followed him there in December.