Prince is still looking for his forever Home
This gorgeous young purebred Collie has been available for adoption for several months. We’re really at a loss, as to why we have not received any suitable adoption applications for this great dog. Prince is good with people of all ages . Cats for sure is a no and just to be safe we are saying no to small dogs. Medium and larger dogs are fine. Prince is an amazing boy ! He is estimated to be between 2 and 3 years of age .
Prince’s foster parents tell us that he is all Collie: he loves people and enjoys spending as much time as he can with them. Prince has a rather expansive vocabulary, enjoys showing off his tricks, and loves going for leash walks. He does well with other larger dogs. He is looking for a home without cats.
We do require a secure fence and residence in reasonable proximity to the Greater Louisville area to allow home visits that are part of the adoption process. Our adoption fee is only $125.00 and is not due until the adoption is final.
Prince is now available for Adoption
Prince, the beautiful Collie that came to us earlier in the year, has received his veterinary care, and is ready for adoption.
Prince is a wonderful dog that loves people, and likes to do nothing more than spend time with his foster family. He is house and crate trained, walks nicely on a leash, learns quickly and enjoys working for food.
Prince does have a high prey drive and will do best in a home without cats or small dogs.
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Foster and Adoption Team
We are all dealing with the anniversary of Lad coming to us two years ago . We received a call a few weeks ago from the wonderful staff at Daviess County Animal Shelter, they told us they had this beautiful boy .
Yes , the same county that Lad came from .He was matted, had kennel cough , had an upper respiratory infection, and was about 15 pounds underweight . We brought him in and Hopewell Animal Hospital treated him while he was quarantined. Sadly , he just would not eat very well . He lost a little more weight . The food they did get down him was hand fed . Prince did test positive for the MDR1 mutant gene.
Thank you Dr . Amanda Brown for pampering our boy .
We then put him in a foster home with Debbie and Paul Croak . Thank you Debbie and Paul ! Prince has been eating very well while in a home environment ! He is now well enough to be neutered . This will happen at Crestwood Animal Hospital soon .
We are so honored that The Lad White Rose Collie Fund has stepped up to sponsor all care for Prince . Our sincere thanks to Diane Palumbo ,my personal friend ,a friend to The Arrow Fund ,and a friend to all Collies …. Love you Diane !
The Arrow Fund still has 33 active cases and our donations are drastically down . So donations still would be appreciated for our other animals and any future cases .
Prince is just pure Collie Love … He loves to be with his person . How ironic that he came to us so close to the date of when we got Lad and from the same county . We feel honored that we are able to help Prince.
Thanks to you all for your support . The Arrow Fund appreciates each and every one of you !
Help us , help them . They all matter …
Humanely yours ,
The Arrow Fund