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The Carolina Border Collie Rescue family sends sincere condolences to our board member and volunteer Karen Bevan on the recent passing of her husband Bruce. While Bruce was not an "official" CBCR volunteer, he was always supportive of Karen’s volunteer work. He was by her side helping with transporting and fostering dogs and was the quiet voice in the background during internet board meetings. Bruce will be greatly missed.
You can visit Bruce's memorial webpage at the Boles Funeral Home website.
Jake loves people and other dogs! Despite limited experience with indoor living and not having been neutered until a month ago, he has shown lovely manners indoors. He loves to go for long leash walks (still pulls a little, but we're working on it), enjoys riding in the car, crates beautifully at night and spends most of his indoor time happily curled up at his foster's feet (or occasionally on the couch if he thinks no one is looking). Like all Border Collies, he is extremely intelligent and eager to learn. He'd be a star in an obedience or agility class. With some training and experience, he might even do well as a therapy dog. He is slightly hesitant with new people, but warms up immediately and is so appreciative of attention!
Conrad is learning the ropes quickly, and gets along very well with the dogs at his foster home. As he has recovered from his illness and surgery, he has become much more active. He is a little bit of a jumper, at feeding time and when wanting to play with the ball, but I am working on correction for this. Conrad knows sit and I am working on stay and down. He is on the short side, but fast. He has a beautiful coat, all white and black with a little bit of brown on his hind legs. It is long, but he welcomes grooming, and will lay down for you while you brush him.