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Border Collie Rescue Texas has been involved in several large scale rescues lately.

Please read about some of our latest efforts.


15 Border Collies rescued from one home.

Border Collie Rescue Texas received a call from a gentleman that he could no longer care for his Border Collies.

Our rescue team was able to catch all of the Border Collies after two trips to the property. All of the Border Collies were sent to area vets for immediate testing and treatment.

Foster homes and donations are needed, vet expenses are very high for these dogs, with several are heartworm positive. All are scared and unsocialized, these dogs are starting to respond to human contact. They will need patient and loving foster homes.

Pictures and updates on these dogs are now available.


183 Border Collies from Texas puppy mill.

Border Collie Rescue Texas received word that there was a large number of Border Collies from a puppy mill seizure. We worked with numerous groups to save these dogs.

As these dogs were rescued from the property, they were immediately transported to vet clinics and began extensive medical testing such as blood tests, hip x-rays, and fecals. It is expected that they will need additional treatment for various conditions, including heartworm treatments, hair loss, various intestinal parasites, tumors, spay/neuter, vax and microchips.

At final count, 167 Border Collies were removed from the site by all of the rescue groups. The 16 deceased were given a proper burial.

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Pictures and updates on these dogs are now available. View a special video of these Border Collies.


A rescue of some very special Border Collies in November 2010.

We took in 24 Border Collies from one location. They all had to go through medical testing such as blood tests, hip x-rays, and fecals. They are being treated for various conditions, including heartworm treatments, various intestinal parasites, spay/neuter, vax and microchips.

All of these Border Collies are currently in foster homes and are working on fear issues and rehabilitation. These dogs will not be available for adoption until they have completed their physical and emotional rehab.

Pictures and updates on these dogs are now available.

Border Collie Rescue Texas, Inc. - P. O. Box 1338 - La Porte, Tx 77572