Carolina Border Collie Rescue - Durham Pet Shelter

Carolina Border Collie Rescue

Carolina Border Collie Rescue (CBCR) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that was established in 1991 by a group of dedicated volunteers to provide rescue, education, and counseling to prevent the mistreatment and neglect of border collies in the Carolinas. Through the support of many dedicated volunteers and generous supporters, CBCR has become a successful and well-known all-volunteer, foster-home based rescue group. We have over 50 active volunteer members and utilize their talents to place an average of 40-50 dogs annually in new, permanent and loving homes.

  • Shelter Address

  • Durham, NC 27704
  • Phone
  • Contact Name
  • Ann Miller
  • Website
  • http://www.cbcr.org/
  • Pet types
  • Dogs
  • Location served
  • North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, parts of Georgia and Tennessee

Adoption Process

All applicants must fill out an application form.

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