Ladybug, Periwinkle, Paisley & Sassy Pohnert pose for a holiday picture.
I stumbled onto the NVSR website a few years ago and was really impressed! This site has all kinds of useful material, from general information on Shelties to details about adoption and rehoming. One page even features the Shelties that are ready for new homes, describing their age, size, and temperament and posting a picture or two of each dog.
Toby is just one of the wonderful NVSR Shelties looking for a forever home.
Shelties and their families at the Scottish Christmas Walk.
NVSR booth and Shelties at the Richmond Pet Expo.
The rescue even has Hospice Care and Permanent Foster Dog programs for dogs that are difficult to place due to age or illness. And NVSR supports efforts to reduce pet overpopulation; all of its Shelties are spayed or neutered prior to adoption or, if not yet at a safe age to be neutered, placed on a spay/neuter contract at the time of adoption.
Puppies Simon, Alvin, and Theodore will be ready for adoption soon.
Anneka checks out a recent copy of Sheltie Spin.
Karen Hartman, Sheltie-lover and volunteer for NVSR, is the proud parent of a little Sheltie named Buttercup.