Available Collies

Southland Collie Rescue does not adopt our rescued Collies to homes outside of Southern California.

The following are Southland Collie Rescue (SCR) dogs. They will be adopted out through SCR under an SCR contract.

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Namesort descending Status Age Gender Type About This Collie

ChiBi #2032

AVAILABLE Male Smooth Collie
This is Chibi. He is a 10 year young sweet Smoothie boy. Chibi gets along with other dogs but no cats for this boy! He is housebroken and good with kids too. Read More

Cooper #1964

Available 20 mos. Male Tri- Rough
Cooper just arrived to Southland Collie Rescue. Read More

Missy #2063

Available 11 years Female Purebred Tri Smooth
Missy is an adorable senior who just turned only 11 years ( Dec. 5 ). She is full of spunk and energy and still loves to play. She weighs about 68#. Read More

Misty #2008

Agility Partner Found - Adopt HOLD 1 Female Rough Merle

Misty is a gorgeous, stunning, super sweet girl. She is just over one year old and still full of puppy energy, playfulness and mischief.

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Salt #1988 - Available

Available 3.6 years Male Sable Headed White Smooth Collie

Salt is an active, boisterous 3 1/2 year old sable merle headed white smooth collie.

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Stephie #1948

Available 10 Female MinPin/Chihuahua ?

Tara

ADOPTED!! 9 years Female Purebred Rough Sable
Tara and Tucker's family moved with the hopes of keeping them in their family and so the collies were boarded in kennels for months with the idea that their family would be able to keep them together. Read More

Tucker

ADOPTED!! 9 years Male Purebred Rough Sable
Tara and Tucker's family moved with the hopes of keeping them in their family and so the collies were boarded in kennels for months with the idea that their family would be able to keep them together. Read More

Yogi #1983 - New photo

Available 7 years Male GSD/Collie mix
SCR was requested by a city shelter to take Yogi in after he had been there for 4 months. His owner passed away and other family members couldn't take him. He quickly became a staff favorite. Read More