These Clancy’s Dream dogs have been rescued and are now available for adoption. The dogs have been thoroughly socialized whether it’s exploring the farm with our dogs or sleeping in one of our foster homes. These dogs should be treated as inside dogs with outside privileges. Each dog has also been medically evaluated and all necessary protocols and procedures have been completed. Every dog has been micro-chipped, brought up to date on vaccinations and spayed or neutered if necessary.
These Dogs are Looking for their Forever Homes
Please check back frequently. Already this year we have been able to place more than six Clancy’s Dream rescued animals in good homes.
Bella came into Clancy’s Dream tonight. As I read the paperwork, in addition to the basic information the shelter received which included that she was good with kids and other dogs, the owner had “Checked” the “CONSENT TO EUTHANIZE” block just because he didn’t want her any longer, nothing else. As she is sitting by my feet curled up in a ball she licks my leg occasionally and I assure her everything is alright, I have to think “why are people so cold, shallow and stupid”. She is an Angel and will make someone a great companion.
Bella is up to date on all her shots, microchipped and heartworm negative. She is active, playful and goods with kids. She did have an issue with another female dog at a foster but when she was initially with us at the farm she got along well with all of our dogs without any problems. She is spunky, cute and loves your lap. At 4 years old she has a lot of great years ahead of her!
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Oreo is a Border Collie mix that has had a rough life so far. She was kept on a chain outdoors. The owner gave her up when she had a seizure and wanted nothing more to do with her. Oreo went to a kill shelter and was there for nearly 2 months. Her date had been set and that’s when Clancy’s Dream stepped in and saved her. Oreo is current on her shots but did test positive for heartworms – always outside and not ever given any preventive. She was treated and is doing well so far on her medication. Oreo is laid back and is looking for someone to love her.
UPDATE 6-20-17: Oreo has found her forever home! This is what her new parents have to say: “Thank you Kenny and Clancy’s Dream! Oreo is a great girl and we are blessed and thankful to have her be part of our family and allow her to have a great life with a family that loves her .”
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Finn has been at his foster home for several weeks. He is learning how to come for recalls and sitting. He gets along well with their dogs and is learning how to slow down. He is always in a rush. Finn is learning how to be indoors and all the rules of the house. He is learning obedience and really tries to follow instructions.
Oh, and did we mention he loves massages! He was a very good spectator at Buckner Soccer Arena for the agility trial with his wonderful foster parents.
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Is that the wind? Nope! It’s Walters non-stop wagging tail! Waggy Walter, as we like to call him, is happy as can be. At 7 years young, this boy loves people and other dogs. He will follow you around all day if you let him, even more so if you have a tennis ball. Boy does he love tennis balls! The easiest foster dog we have ever had, he is trustworthy around the house and only goes where you let him. He has amazing manners that would put other dogs to shame. He also comes with tricks under his belt! Sit, down, come, spin, play dead, and more, he comes to you already with the basics. He will go in a crate if you ask and doesn’t make a peep during the night. Need I say more? Oh! He’s also potty trained and has a clean bill of health from the doctor, even though he could lose a few pounds. Not even that extra weight can stop Walter. He loves to run, play, and take long walks. Did I already mention his love for tennis balls? When you’re ready to relax and watch your favorite shows, Walter loves to be invited up on the couch to watch with you. Walter is the full package and is ready for his forever home!
UPDATE 4-23-17: Walter has found his forever home! This is what is new parents have to say: “Walter is doing great. He enjoys carrying around his ball everywhere and is getting along great with the other two Border Collies. He loves staring up into the trees looking for birds and barks at them as they fly overhead. Ha! He loves his Kong balls more than anything, but he’s growing fond of the frisbee too. He is perfect through the day and night. He’s just the sweetest boy.”
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Clancy’s Dream is committed to the animals it rescues for their entire lifetime. Any companion animal, especially a rescue, is a commitment that will affect your lifestyle for many years to come. With good care, most Border Collies will live 10 to 17 years. It is critical that you consider what is … .Continue Reading
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As a Clancy’s Dream volunteer you will become part of a community that understands the importance of protecting animals — specifically Border Collies — from harm and neglect. Your contribution will help get these animals on the road to recovery. Many volunteer opportunities including fostering … Continue Reading