Help us with aging Border Collies who need special medical care... give to our Lifesaving Kidney Fund!
Lots of people already love Glen Highland’s Senior Border Collie Sanctuary and Rescue, but not everyone knows what we do. Please SHARE OUR MISSION with others so they meet our dogs and discover their stories. Many of them need specialized care to live longer. They’ve come to us sick with kidney disease which can be so painful and fatal, if left undetected and untreated. While chronic kidney disease is usually a gradual process and there is no cure, there are fortunately many ways to treat it, prolonging quality and length of life. Uncovering kidney disease is critical to slowing the progression. WITH YOUR HELP, WE CAN ADD YEARS TO THEIR LIVES!
For anyone who loves Senior dogs or has a Border Collie…we need $16,000 in 2021 for our LIFESAVING KIDNEY FUND for the sixteen Border Collies who are plagued with worsening renal function. They are age 10 through 15! Some came to us years ago when they were homeless, abandoned when their person died or someone could not handle their medical needs. Some just arrived in rescue and we discovered their illness.
WE NEED YOU TO HELP!
Thanks to caring dog lovers over the years, we’ve raised funds to meet the needs of Border Collies but now with Covid, donations are down. Vetting for each dog is approximately $1000. We want to be sure each dog can have the proper care!
THESE INNOCENT LOVING SOULS DESERVE MORE TIME
We must slow down the disease but we need careful monitoring - twice yearly bloodwork, urinalysis, ultrasounds - and then special quality food with daily restorative supplements. Glen Highland is the only rescue focused on these truly fragile Border Collies who would otherwise, perish. Please help us with the most vulnerable dogs. We love them until their last days, weeks or years, just as you would do for your own dog.
ABOUT GLEN HIGHLAND
Glen Highland is a 501c3, non-profit corporation, established in January 2001. All dogs are evaluated, treated medically and adopted into new homes, or become residents in the Sanctuary. Learn more about our mission.