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Bea is a very nice 3 year old female. She loves everyone, likes other dogs but does not need them. She does need human companionship. She was adopted as a pup from SPDR by a family that lived close to their work so she did not need to be left outside without a human. They no longer could come home mid day and she would go over the fence to find people. They felt that was dangerous for her and she might be hit by a car.
Bea Rides well in a car, has wonderful house manners and loves kids. She is fine with 90% of cats. You will see this in a picture. If the cat is an 8 month old imp that likes to torement dogs, she will snap at them. We have such a Brat Rat named Wylie. He would give the people at Disney new ideas for impish animals in their movies. Bea has always stopped immediately when I tell her to and I never have Wylie out in the general house when Bea is loose. She takes turns with Wylie for free time inside.
She plays with Bob and our 4 dogs and one other foster very well. She is smart and not hyper like many BCs. She would make a good therapy dog, companion dog and family pet. Bea is a great dog and one of the best mannered dogs in the house I have met.
Bea originally came to us from Baker Oregon at 8 weeks old. Of the three sibling pups, One was perfectly marked, one had less markings and Bea is mostly black. We were told by Best Friends that they were purebred Border Collie.
If you are interested in adopting Bea, contact Pat Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org ( don't miss the dot between anika and pat ) or email@example.com
Bea is available for a $150 donation to Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue. Bea is up to date on shots and is spayed.
Bea will not be adopted to a home that needs to leave her unattended outside in a fenced yard including unseen fencing. She would be ok on acreage or where she can have someone go out with her at potty times.
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