MASERATI AND HER PUPS
has taken a young BC mix and her 4 puppies into our care who were
abandoned at a local shelter. We are currently accepting applications
on the puppies although they will not be ready to adopt for a
We continue to get to know the pups as they grow
and develop and will be making placement decisions based on the
best fit for each puppy.
If you would like to be considered, please complete
an application. You can find a link to this, and all the information
needed on adopting from NEBCR on our
Adopting a Border Collie page. Maserasti will be available
for adoption after the puppies are weaned and she is spayed.
Please note that all of
the puppies will be placed with a spay/neuter contract that will
require an additional $300 deposit ON TOP OF the regular adoption
fee. That deposit will be returned once we receive confirmation
that the spay/neuter has taken place within the specified timeframe.
PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT US LOOKING FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION ON THESE PUPPIES AT THIS TIME. We will be posting
it here on the website once we have a better idea of each pup's
individual personality and temperament and what type of home will
be the best match for them.
NEBCR volunteers currently have their hands full
trying to help as many dogs as we possibly can, and we unable
to return calls/emails regarding any dog that is not yet available
As always, we will be incredibly careful and picky
when it comes to who adopts these pups as it is the goal with
all our dogs to ensure they land in the best possible *forever*
Thank you for your understanding.
Once you have an approved application on file, please feel free to contact Amy at email@example.com if you are interested in being considered to adopt one of the puppies.
These puppies are currently 6 weeks old and will not
be ready to go to their homes for approx. another
3-4 weeks. We realize that the timing is such that
some people will consider these puppies "perfect
Christmas gifts." NEBCR STRONGLY OPPOSES GIVING
COMPANION ANIMALS AS GIFTS. In fact, we have taken
many "Christmas puppies" into rescue over
the years after the novelty wore off and the reality
of dog ownership and raising a puppy set in.
Please do not inquire about
these puppies unless you have thoroughly thought through
the lifetime commitment that comes along with owning
a dog, and the amount of work and time it takes to
raise a puppy well. If you're not sure
what's involved but are serious about making the commitment,
contact us and we'll
be happy to point you to good resources for this information.