Sponsor dogs are indeed special dogs in the work carried out by the Trust. These dogs will, for many reasons, be with the Trust for the rest of their lives, We make every effort to make their lives as happy and fulfilling as possible whether they remain at the Trusts kennels or looked after in special foster homes (we are extremely grateful to the time and effort our foster carers devote to these dogs). The Trust meets all medical bills and any other expenses such as special dietary needs for all sponsor dogs. Of course as these dogs get older (many are indeed in that category when they first come to us) their Vets fees increase and the funds raised from those who sponsor dogs are an extremely valuable source of income to the Trust.
To sponsor a dog you agree to donate a minimum of £5 per month or £60 a year for a particular dog of you choice. In return you will receive a photo, twice yearly newsletter with an update on "your" dog and our quarterly magazine Border Collie World
To sponsor a dog by Direct Debit please click the link below
If you would prefer to sponsor by Standing Order click here
A very big thank you to all who sponsor one of the dogs
Meet the Sponsor Dogs
JESS - Came to us in 2005 aged about 7 years. Due to a few issues with handling and other dogs he was always overlooked by potential new owners but mellowed over time. In 2009 Jess was fortunate enough to find a foster home and is enjoying his home comforts at last
Hobbies - Seeing how far you can walk carrying a bone
FIN - Came to us in 2008 aged about 6 years with very little history. He was rehomed but returned due to a number of quite difficult problems. Whilst at the centre his behaviour is not a problem, he does become very agitated in new environments.
Hobbies - Being a favourite with staff and keeping an eye out for things that move!!
LLOYD - Came to the Trust in July 2010 aged 3 years 4 months as an unclaimed stray from another rescue in Wales. He is totally blind but a friendly dog and copes extremely well without sight. He has become a well loved dog amongst the staff and volunteers due to his placid nature.