TSR is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization and relies on your donations. If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution (and thank you for that!), there are two ways you can.
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Five surrenders who need your help
TSR received five surrenders who could use your help. When they arrived, our vet determined that none had any vaccinations nor had been spayed/neutered (except for Skye Blue). All had serious problems with their teeth, especially Skye Blue who lost all but six. All still have rear dewclaws. Overall, we estimate that each dog will require at least $450 of vet care. Please click here to see how you can help.
Helping Shelties with behavior issues
TSR deals with many different types of personalities entering our rescue program. We'd like to think that all the shelties which come to us are perfectly behaved, fully vetted and immediately available for adoption. Unfortunately, this quite often is not the case. Please click here to read about how TSR and our wonderful volunteers are helping these dogs to become eligible for a forever home.
Madison was adopted by Leanne Brown
from Triangle Sheltie Rescue in September of 2002. Here's some pictures of Madison and Leanne
while running in the Novice Gamblers class of the NADAC Agility trials in Youngsville on March 20,
2004. Click here to read more ...
adopted by Holly Schmidt-Davis from Triangle Sheltie Rescue in September of
1999. Holly is an instructor at Teamworks Dog Training, so Nate was destined to be a really busy dog. Click here to read more ...
Maybe not. She was much smaller the last time we met her. Your kind
donations helped save her life! Click here to read more ...
Special Dogs Help Special People
On June 15, Stevie and Casper became certified pet therapy dogs through Helping Paws of
North Carolina. Both dogs also passed the CGC as part of the training.
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read more ...
Photo Feature: Ivy
Ivy is a double merle sheltie who is deaf and has minimal vision. She is one of
the sweetest dogs we have ever met and continues to amaze everyone with her
skill in navigating homes and doing general dog stuff. Read more ...
Photo Feature II
Since our first photo feature was a smashing
success, we decided to try it again. Here, for your enjoyment, are some
never-before-seen pictures of dogs that have come through our program!
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Hey there, remember me?
I'm your brother, can't you see?
Oh, I forgot. I can't see either,
And my ears, they don't work so great neither. Read more ...
Photo Feature I
One thing that piles up from doing rescue work (besides yard surprises and paperwork) is
the amount of photographs we take. Here are 16 rarely seen pictures of some of the dogs
that have passed through rescue. Read more ...
2001: The Year in Review
As far as the short history of Triangle Sheltie Rescue goes, 2001 was a banner year:
Fifty-seven adoptions, a new road show, many events and tax exempt status. Read