Lassie was heartworm positive when she came to TSR and she has now completed the first round of her treatment. She is scheduled for the next course right
after Labor Day and if all goes well, should be ready for her forever home about a month later.
Since then, four more girls came in all on the same day. The Fab 4 (otherwise known as Belle, Trinity, Foxie and Teddy Bear)
all needed shots, spays, and are dealing with a number of other issues as well. For example, Belle has a skin condition that requires treatment and Teddy Bear needed
extensive dental work.
Treatment costs have already exceeded our original estimate and it now appears the total amount could reach $5,000! The girls are getting the treatment they need
but because of the extra medical conditions, we really need some help with the bills. Could you please help us with a tax-deductible donation so we can get these girls
ready for their forever homes? I’m sure they’d be happy to share a sheltie hug with you for your kindness.
You can click the PayPal link below or mail your donation to: Triangle Sheltie Rescue, P.O. Box 426, Youngsville, NC 27596.
We could really use your help. Many of the dogs that come in to our care need treatment beyond a
routine exam, and your donations for their medical needs are always welcome. You can send your tax-deductible contributions at any time via PayPal on
this website or by mail to Triangle Sheltie Rescue, P.O. Box 426, Youngsville, NC 27596.
We currently have 2 shelties available for adoption. Our shelties are up to date on shots
and spayed or neutered, and looking for great forever homes!
Please note that we are currently only processing applications from the state of North Carolina.
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of rescue organizations across the country.
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Triangle Sheltie Rescue of North Carolina has three basic requirements with respect to fencing:|
Please click here to see more details on our adoption requirements.
- The yard or portion of the yard used by the sheltie must be completely enclosed by fencing that is at least 4 feet high and which cannot be climbed
or burrowed under by a sheltie.
- A fenced-in kennel run is NOT an acceptable substitute for a fenced yard.
- An in-ground electric fence is NOT acceptable.
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