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Shaye's Angels
• Cathy & Steve Bouck, Ziggy & GHF alum Lincoln, in memory of John Andersen
• Linda, Sky, Connell & Anney in memory of John Andersen
Shaye needs 1 more angel!





SHAYE, Age 10
AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!
• Solo dog
• Fenced yard

SHAYE an 11 year old Border Collie mix, a classic focused ball boy who loves to play the game! He's fast and full of energy, a joyful guy for sure. Everyone who meets Shaye just loves his big personality, full of spunk, always meeting with a huge hello! No one believes he’s a senior cause he acts like a puppy! He’s also one of those dogs who loves to cuddle, get belly rubs and give attention right back to the people he’s with, making you chuckle. Smart and attentive, he's also a thinking dog up for any challenge - long walks, car rides, new toys, food puzzles, new situations - he's curious, confident and ready to go. Shaye is fine meeting dogs on leash on walks but can be dog selective so best as a solo dog, not a dog park guy. Shaye is about 45 pounds and is good with cats. He has allergies to certain food and grasses so is on daily medication to prevent flare-ups.



Nanu's Angels
• Jim Clubb
• Cathy & Steve Bouck, Ziggy & GHF alum Lincoln, in memory of John Andersen
• Dash, Brian & Flame, with thanks to John for all he gave





NANU, Age 12
AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!
• No cats
• Must have fenced yard away from traffic

A 12 year old Glen Highland alum, NANU found himself back in rescue when his guardians had to move south and couldn’t take him. He’s a very flexible Border Collie, happy to hang his hat where life is good AND full of ball play! Upon arrival back in rescue, he became totally absorbed with the red jolly ball and getting it to move as well as placing his favorite tennis ball exactly where he knew it HAD to be thrown. Let’s just say that life for Nanu is a ball!!!! He is also a very, very friendly, good-natured boy, exactly how he was back in 2014. Nanu co-exists beautifully with other dogs, happy to hang out but eagerly awaits his person doing that one thing that makes him happiest - throwing the ball! Nanu has some interest in cars if near his home so would need a fenced yard away from traffic. His back-end is also a bit compromised so a first floor home gives him the most comfort and access to the people he loves.

Nanu was originally from a Humane Society confiscation in PA, then transferred to Glen Highland where our intake person’s Mom temporarily fostered him, falling in love. Heartbroken to give him back, she felt it was best based on their life changes. She knew we would be sure he found a great place, again. Nanu is either 12 or 13, though truly acts more like an 8 yr old! He will chase and herd cats so is best in a non cat home. He came back to rescue pretty chunky so will trim up easily considering how active he is.


Ripley's Angels
• Lois & Bob Kessler & GHF alum, Nim
• Cathy & Steve Bouck, Ziggy & GHF alum Lincoln
• Sue, Bob Strange, Snidley, Dyson and GHF alum, Jack





RIPLEY, Age 13
Not yet available for adoption

This sweet 13 year old, RIPLEY, lost her home when guardians could ‘no longer take care of her.’ The shelter had no information to provide except that she was sweet and good-natured and boy is that true! She is a lovely, friendly, curious girl with a big heart to share even after being abandoned from people she loved. We’ve got some challenges with her skin infection that needs to heal as well as pain relief for an odd gait, likely arthritis or back pain but for Ripley, it’s all in stride. She walked into the Glen Highland group of rescue dogs like a champ, making friends and picking her own bed instantly. We are so happy to give her a home life, pulling her out of the shelter within days of her arrival. At this point, we’re not sure another move to a new home is right so we’ll see how things unfold in the weeks to come and decide if being a Resident is best for her or not. Ripley is full of spunk, clearly deciding what jobs she thinks are hers to do. Albeit confusing and tiring for her as she endures such a massive emotional change, we have a good feeling she’s going to thrive!





For adoption inquiries, please write:
adoption@glenhighlandfarm.com