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> The 'j' Pup Collies, Born deaf & blind
Teija
post 27th Feb 2012, 12:58 pm
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Foster pups - West Yorkshire Dog Rescue
Looking for special collie experienced homes

Bearded collie x Border collie (Born on the 9th Dec 2011)
All are deaf and have vision problems
They are typical collies, bright and intelligent
The disabilities do not slow them down and they require even more mental stimulation to prevent boredom and behavioural habits developing
They were raised with children and dogs and are as cat friendly as pups can be lol.gif


JOEL (means 'God will be willing')
White with tri-colour merle patches and markings around left eye
Deaf and Blind
Very friendly, loves cuddles and kisses and likes to know where you are all the time
A little shy but once settled is confident although he gets spooked easily
He loves having his tummy rubbed
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JED (means 'friend of God')
White with merle patches and a white face
Deaf and Blind (possibly some very limited sight in one eye)
Very shy but once he knows someone is very loving
He likes lots of cuddles but lacks confidence and needs a lot of reassuring contact and sleeping in your arms so he feels safe
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JESSIE (means 'gift')
White with merle heart shaped markings on her left side and a splodgy bum on her right
Deaf with very limited vision
She has no fear, is very forward and so confident
A complete cuddle monster and loves being involved in what ever you are doing
As far as she is concerned everything is there to be played with and the game is everything
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If you think you can give these pups the great forever home they deserve
Please complete the Potential Foster Enquiry form
West Yorkshire Dog Rescue - www.westyorkshiredogrescue.co.uk/contact.htm


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MistyTwix
post 27th Feb 2012, 1:08 pm
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I wish I had the experience to offer a home to one of these beauties. Good luck in your search
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post 27th Feb 2012, 8:14 pm
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QUOTE(MistyTwix @ 27th Feb 2012, 1:08 pm) *

I wish I had the experience to offer a home to one of these beauties. Good luck in your search


Me too-absolutely stunning wub.gif Hope they find the homes they so richly deserve,xxx
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Teija
post 9th Mar 2012, 2:10 pm
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Update - 8 March 2012
Jessie J has a great new forever home with two border collies for company.
Message from new owners, ' 'She is the most adorable little bundle ever and we all love her to bits. I haven't wanted to take my eyes off her!!'

Just the boys to sort out now smile.gif
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post 10th Apr 2012, 5:47 pm
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10 April 2012 - Update

Right, fingers crossed please...
Deaf/Blind Collie pups at West Yorkshire Dog Rescue
Home Check is to be done this Thursday
If all OK then the 2 boys will be off to their new home together smile.gif
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