Glen
Glen's a slightly older boy at approximately 7 - 10 year(s) old. Glen is ready for homing please click this link to find out more

Border Collies are not 'pets' they are highly intelligent and very sensitive companions. We are proud of the way our rescue dogs respond to the training we do with them to prepare them for their new homes. Our work is the foundation and we ask all potential adopters to be aware of the hard work involved in the first months of adoption. They don't come perfect they need your time and patience.

GLEN'S INFO
Glen is a lovely ten year old lad but he can be reactive to other dogs, he is now good on a lead. He is good with people when he knows them and very loving.
Glen was rehomed to someone who ignored all the training we had done with Glen and let him to pull on the lead and to chase after other dogs so we have taken him back into our care.
Once back with us he reverted back to being good on a lead and to trusting us when he saw another dog. He will walk out with dogs he knows but is much happier on his own. He is very loving, is very clean dog and he is good in the car. His ideal home would have a large garden, and lovely country walks. Not walking in parks or on highways with lots of other dogs. He is used to children but with is problems he needs a home without resident children.
Because of his issues he is flight risk and will need keeping on a long line

Due to a huge number of adoption enquiries please email your address and post code, number of people in your home, number of children at home or visiting, other dogs or pets in the home, hrs of work during and after Covid. We will not be able to email you back but your information will be filed. this system means that a first time enquiry won't take precedence over the offer of a good home that is already on our file.
Please do not ask for information about dogs under assessment. Thank you.
As always are first responsibility is to the dogs in our care.

What we know about Glen ...

All our dogs are assessed carefully but the FOSTBC cannot be held responsible for changes in their behaviour once they have been rehomed