1460. Brett and Kristen Print         
Macy at 3 Years (left) and Maggie at 4 Years

"I'm teaching this one how to pant!"

Playing With Hannah

Maggie and Hannah Having Fun in the Leaves

Breed: Border CollieGender: Female
Favorite Food: Pretzels and wheat bread crust.
Favorite Activities: She loves to play fetch and keep-away with her toys.
Favorite Place to Sleep: She starts out in mom and dad's bed in the middle, but as soon as you turn the TV off she gets down and crawls under the bed for the night.
Special Skills or Responsibilities: She is very talented in giving you a guilt trip when you are leaving and making you feel horrible with her sad puppy face. I'm not sure if that is considered a skill, but she is really really good at it.
Story: We adopted Maggie from a rescue foundation in Muldrow, Oklahoma. When we first got there, we were actually planning on looking at a Lab/Pointer mix that we had seen on their web site. The plan changed when we saw Maggie. From the second we saw her she stole our hearts. She was so calm and quiet; she never jumped on us or barked in excitement when we came around her, even when she was let off her lead. In fact, she never left the foundation owner's side until we called her to us. She has truly been a blessing to our family. We could not have asked for a better dog. I have never had a pet so loving and intelligent. We are actually going back to the same rescue foundation this weekend to get another Border Collie.

Breed: Border CollieWeight: 45 pounds
Gender: Female
Favorite Food: She loves Flint River Ranch, of course, but her favorite is when I mix in lean ground beef or turkey!
Favorite Activities: She will literally play fetch until she passes out, she has so much energy!
Favorite Place to Sleep: She loves to sleep on the couch. She tries to be sneaky about it and jump down when i come in the room but she sheds too much for me not to know she has been up there.
Special Skills or Responsibilities: We have seriously looked into agility training due to her speed and how extremely smart she is, her and Maggie both.
Story: We rescued Macy from the same shelter we rescued Maggie from. It is called Ahimsa Rescue in Muldrow, OK and Teresa Morton is the founder. She is a no kill foundation so she keeps all her animals until she can find them good homes. She is an amazing lady with a huge heart. Macy used to be a working border. A rancher had sent her to a training facility to have her trained for herding. She went through the program, he brought her home, but she didn't perform the way he would have liked for her to so he was planning on taking her out and shooting her. His neighbor was kind enough to take her in to the rescue so that she would have a chance at life. The first time we met her she was terrified of people and hid and cowered behind anything she could find if you came near her or tried to touch her. When we got her home she hid under our bed for about 2 weeks and only came out when we left. We had to take her outside in our fenced backyard with a collar and leash on because she wouldn't come back in the house when you let her out. Long story short, this little girl has come a long way over the past 2 years. She doesn't mind when strangers come around and she loves her family. It just goes to show how much difference a little patience and love can do for an animal, and we wouldn't be the same without her.

Staff: Brett and Kristen
Home: Owasso, OK
Date Entered into Gallery: February 27, 2007

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