Check out our new Events page for Sheltie Summer Fun!
We would like to announce that we have partnered with The Collie Rescue League of New England to help with transporting, fostering and home visits. Anyone needing help or wanting to adopt a Collie please don't hesitate to get in touch with us.
Please check out the link on the "Sheltie News" page for the latest dog and cat recalls.
Some NEWS on Sheltie Rescue - The BIG PICTURE....
You all know us as "LISSR". What you may not know is that there is a national organization that brings all of the sister rescues together to help pups in need.
So many shelties need help in many states across the country. By coming together under one umbrella, using the same protocols and high standards, we are able to assist in helping pups regardless of where they are.
LISSR is a proud and honored to be a member of the National Sheltie Rescue Association (NSRA) and we encourage you to follow the NSRA to check out what makes Sheltie Rescue the very BEST on a national level.
You can check out our national page at https://www.nationalsheltierescueassociation.org and you can follow on Facebook as well.
BIG PICTURE - Sheltie Rescue ROCKS! As one team we are doing fantastic work nationwide!
Please check it out and support Sheltie rescue on a national level. Together we are making dreams come true for the pups in need far and wide.
Long Island Shetland Sheepdog Rescue, Inc. (LISSR) is a non-profit organization comprised solely of volunteers dedicated to caring for an placing abused, neglected and abandoned Shetland Sheepdogs into permanent and loving homes. We also provide services to owners who can no longer care for their Shelties. It is our mission to provide veterinary care and a loving forever home to any Sheltie in need. Whether homeless, injured, sick, puppy or senior citizen--all Shetland Sheepdogs have a place with LISSR.
"Never, never be afraid to do what's right, especially if the well being of a person or animal is at stake. Society's punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way." Martin Luther King