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Ways To Help
There are many ways to help Border Collie Rescue & Rehab. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; therefore, monetary and in-kind donations are tax-deductible following Federal and State laws.
Be a Foster
The more foster homes we have, the more dogs we can save. We cover all necessary veterinary costs, provide a crate, leash, collar, tag, food dishes, and toys if needed. You provide shelter, food, and love. Complete a Foster/Volunteer Application today, or email us at [email protected] to learn more about fostering Border Collie Rescue & Rehab.
Foster and Volunteer Application
Donate Something from our Wish List
We have an ongoing need for supplies to help our dogs. Contact us if you can supply any of these items:
Dog Beds, Blankets, and Crate Pads
Dog Toys (Kong products, Tennis Balls, HuggleHounds)
Medical & Cleaning Supplies
We always need help transporting dogs from shelters to foster homes. Routes between Dallas, Houston, and the Panhandle area are common. If you’re traveling and have a little extra room in your car and your heart, please consider adding a canine passenger. Please contact us at [email protected].
Be a Sponsor
Can’t foster or adopt, but one of our dogs catches your eye or pulls on your heartstrings? Be a sponsor! For more information, contact us at [email protected]
Support Us When You Shop
There are several ways you can support Border Collie Rescue & Rehab at no additional cost to you. If you shop at any of these retailers, be sure that you’ve designated us as your preferred charity. Then we will receive rewards that will help rescue more Border Collies all across the state.
Goodshop is an online shopping tool with hundreds of well-known participating companies (Target, Amazon, Home Depot, all Gap companies, LLBean, Lands End, etc.) who will donate a percentage of their sales to Border Collie Rescue & Rehab.
“Take your Walk for a Dog” – Support your local animal organization simply by walking your dog! Use the app each time you grab for the leash. It’s healthy for you, your dog, and your favorite shelter or rescue.