Drink Coffee. Save Dogs.

Every abandoned dog deserves a second chance. At Border Collie Coffee Co., we use the sale of our single origin and blended coffees to help them find new homes. Twenty percent of our profits benefit no-kill animal shelters, dog foster care organizations, and Border Collie Rescue operations.

You benefit from big, bold flavor — dogs benefit from your giant heart.

When you drink our coffee, you're supporting these hardworking and dedicated rescue organizations across the U.S.

We donate a full 20 percent of our profits to the Rescue Organizations featured below.

Clancy's Dream Border Collie Rescue

The sudden death of the much beloved Clancy, pack leader of the Border Collies of Dogwood Ridge, prompted Kenny and Elaine Shuck to established a 501 (c)3 Non-Profit Organization — Clancy’s Dream — in his honor.

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All Border Collie Rescue

All Border Collie Rescue started in November of 2008.  The founder saw a need for additional funding and foster homes for rescued Border Collies and responded by obtaining non-profit status, and thus beginning ABC Rescue.

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Border Collie Save & Rescue

Border Collie Save and Rescue, Inc. is an all volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable dog rescue dedicated to helping border collies throughout Central and North Texas. Our actions revolve around rescuing, rehabbing, and re-homing border collies.

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Western Border Collie Rescue

Western Border Collie Rescue is an all-volunteer organization working in and around the Rocky Mountain region. Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home Border Collies that have been abandoned, neglected or are no longer able to remain in their current home.

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Australian Shepherds Furever

Established in 2013, Australian Shepherds Furever (ASF) is a National Non Profit 501(C)(3) Corporation dedicated to saving Australian Shepherds in need nationwide. With the focus of rescue-foster-adoption,  ASF finds puppies and dogs, both mixed and purebred, in need across the continental United States.

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Glen Highland Farm

The Sanctuary gives unadoptable Seniors a soft landing where all their needs are met without another emotionally traumatic change. They are residents until their final day. Some younger “special needs” Border Collies also live in the Sanctuary.

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Border Collie Rescue & Rehab

We are a network of volunteer foster homes, which means all dogs adopted through us come from loving, caring homes straight to you. Since we don’t use a holding facility, our dogs come to their new homes calm, relaxed, and ready for a new life, rather than being nervous and traumatized from the noise and chaos of a shelter. We evaluate, rescue, and rehabilitate abandoned Border Collies, as well as other herding breeds, and find homes that will love and cherish them forever.

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Miller's Cause

Amber, along with her mom Angie, founded Miller's Cause in 2018. Fueled by their passion for animals and the extreme need the Texas Panhandle and Oklahoma has for fosters and adopters, coupled with the number of area animals who need help.

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Phoenix Rising Border Collie Rescue

PRBCR is dedicated to providing rescue and necessary veterinary care for unwanted, neglected, abused, homeless, and displaced border collies.

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Arizona Border Collie Rescue

The purpose and main function of Arizona Border Collie Rescue (AZBCR) is to promote humane treatment through rescue, rehabilitation, education and the re-homing of neglected, abandoned and unwanted Border Collies.

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