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Who We Are
NorCal Sheltie Rescue is an affiliate of the American Shetland Sheepdog Association Rescue Network and is organized and run from the Sacramento area of Northern California. The Shetland Sheepdog Companion Rescue of Northern California operates as a 501c(3) not-for-profit corporation. NorCal Sheltie Rescue is an all-volunteer group made up of a network of Sheltie experts, adopters, foster homes, trainers, breeders, and fans all around Northern California. We do not have a central facility; our geographically diverse volunteer network locates, rescues, transports, fosters, evaluates, trains, and re-homes individual shelties on case-by-case basis. No volunteer receives any salary or financial benefit of any kind from NorCal Sheltie Rescue. Operating costs are entirely funded by donations.
What We Do
We take in and place homeless purebred Shelties in approved homes throughout the entire Northern California area, from Bakersfield north to the Oregon border and from the Pacific coast to the state line. We rescue, rehabilitate and re-home Shelties who have lost their homes for a variety of reasons. Rescue Shelties are first placed in volunteer foster homes to prepare them for adoption. Foster care includes vet exams, vaccinations, any necessary treatment, regular exercise, and temperament evaluation. All dogs are spayed or neutered prior to placement. NorCal Sheltie Rescue screens and approves all applications prior to placing a rescue dog in a permanent home. Once the dog is placed, frequent follow-ups are done to insure that the match is successful for both the dog and the adopter.
About Shetland Sheepdogs
Shelties are smart and sensitive, capable of performing in obedience, agility, herding, pet assisted therapy, conformation, fly-ball, tracking, and carting. They are eager learners whose only goal in life is to please their owners. They make wonderful companions for those who don't mind their dense fur, which sheds and requires regular grooming, and their tendency to vocally comment on what's going on around them.
Surrendering Your Sheltie
If you have a Sheltie you can no longer keep for any reason, please contact us. We will bring your Sheltie into foster care until a suitable home can be found.
Support For Sheltie Rescue
We welcome any kind of support from $5 to five minutes of somebody’s time, to material goods, corporate support, grants and estate legacies. All financial donations are used to support veterinary expenses and other costs incurred in caring for rescue Shelties. You may donate using PayPal by clicking the link below or make donation checks payable to NorCal Sheltie Rescue and send them to Gale Ann Morris, P.O. Box 581934, Elk Grove, CA 95758. If you are interested in fostering or doing other volunteer work for Sheltie Rescue, please do not hesitate to contact us online or via our toll-free message line, 1-888-296-9350. NorCal Sheltie Rescue averages about 100 rescues a year. The work is truly rewarding, and we have an ever-expanding family of Sheltie lovers who look forward to reuniting at our annual activities. And if you have any questions or suggestions about our organization, please contact us anytime. Thank you!
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English for Dogs
One of our volunteers has written an excellent book called "English For Dogs: 50 Words Every Well Mannered Companion Should Know."
This is an excellent resource for all dog owners. Learn more about the book by visiting the publisher's website: www.alpinepub.com
Please click here to watch the interview on Sacramento and Company News 10
This book can be purchased directly through the publisher, www.alpinepub.com, or through Amazon or Dog Wise
Cars 4 Causes
Your unwanted (or not working) cars, trucks, RVs, or boats can earn us money. When you donate your vehicle to Cars 4 Causes, they give us a donation.
Visit their website for more information: www.cars4causes.net
NorCal Sheltie Rescue shirts & caps are now available to order online.
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If you have any questions regarding these shirts & caps, feel free to contact Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org
OPT TO ADOPT
Jasper has found a forever home, but he would like to invite you to check out the rest of our available companions that are still awaiting a new forever home.
CLICK HERE to see our Available Dogs.
If you are unable to adopt, please consider making a donation to help support our rescued Shelties.
We're featuring the old, the sick and the special needs shelties who are not easily adoptable, so we care for them in our special needs program until they either become adoptable by overcoming their health issues, or are allowed to gently go to the Rainbow Bridge when it's their time.
Meet these Special Shelties HERE.
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