Governor Cooper announced today that the state of North Carolina will remain in Phase 2 of the reopen plan
for at least 3 more weeks.
TSR remains open to assist any sheltie within North Carolina that needs rescue. Please click the "Surrender a Sheltie" link in the left navigation column if you know of a sheltie
in need or you have a sheltie you can no longer care for. The form will ask a few questions about your sheltie and contact information so we can get back in touch
As our Adoption/Volunteer application process requires a home visit, we plan to resume adoptions and volunteer requests in Phase 3 of the Governor's Reopen plan.
Many of our volunteers fall in the high risk category and are not comfortable performing a home visit. Ensuring the health and safety of our volunteers is of the utmost importance. Rest assured, all
the shelties in our program are safely in loving foster homes and continue to receive necessary medical care.
We very much appreciate your understanding. Like you, we pray for a day soon when our lives can return to normal and when we can resume our mission. Even
though both have been interrupted, our passion for our shelties has not.
Blessings to all of you, and as always, thank you for your support and understanding.
Stay Safe. Stay Healthy.
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 0 shelties available for adoption
and 3 that will be ready soon. 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.
Click here to see the list
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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