Breed Shepherd - Collie (mix)
Gender Male
Color White - Black Spotted
Coat Medium
Tail Natural Tail
Eyes Brown
Age 1 year
Size Medium
Weight 30 lbs.
Category Dogs
Animal ID Number 11815
Meet Burke! He is around 1 year old and looks to be a Shepherd and Collie mix, maybe even with some Husky. He came to Labs and More in pretty rough shape and has recently recovered from a broken leg, but he is now completely recovered and looking for a forever home to call his own. True to his breed mix, he is a high energy guy that would love a home with a yard where he can run zoomies to his heart’s content. He gets along well with the other dogs in his foster home and loves to play. He would be fine in a home with or without another playful dog sibling as long as he got enough daily mental and physical exercise and attention. He thinks kitties should be chased so needs a home with no cats. Burke loves his people and giving hugs and kisses. Burke is house trained, knows his basic commands and sleeps through the night with no issues. If you are interested in meeting Burke, your first step would be to submit an adoption application on our website. If you are already approved with an adoption coach or have adopted from us before, reach out to your coach for the next steps.

Your interest in adopting a recued dog or puppy from Labs and More Rescue is appreciated! Please find our adoption information at www.labsandmore.org. Your adoption donation provides funding for Labs and More, a nonprofit organization which is supported, solely by Volunteers and funded by donations. Good news is your adoption donation can be considered tax deductible. So much care is provided to your new dog prior to the adoption, including: spay and neuter, microchip, veterinarian visit(s), vaccinations, and other medical care as needed. Many of the dogs we rescue require extensive surgeries and care prior to adoption. Please understand we are unable to predict future behavior or medical needs of your adopted dog. We provide no guarantees regarding behavior, breed, or age of the dogs. Thank you for rescuing.

Burke #11815: Male Dog