Sounds like you would be an ideal candidate for a "foster to adopt" program. Many rescues have this kind of program, if not, it couldn’t hurt to talk to them about it. You rescue and foster the dog through one of your local BC rescue organization. Most shelters will give the dog to a legitimate rescue group (no adoption fees). The rescue will pay vetting fees and you supply the food, love, behavioral training, etc. The rescue will advertise the dog on their website to find the dog a forever home. If, in the meantime, you decide to keep the dog, you reimburse the rescue for expenses. Bottom line is: the dog gets saved. The rescue I am affiliated with (All Border Collie Rescue) has this and it works. I would definitely check with Pacifica Northwest Border Collie Rescue or Western Border Collie Rescue about this kind of program.
BC in Pocatello, ID Shelter
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