Bradley was originally a guest of the Vermillion Parish Animal Control in Louisiana in early 2020, and was transferred to a rescue in the New Jersey area, where he was adopted to a family. It was not a good match, as Bradley has some typical Border Collie traits (herding, excitability) that were not well understood or managed by the new family. Bradley was returned to a private rescuer in Louisiana, who then transferred him to BCSAVE.
Bradley is an active pup who loves his people (and especially kids) more than anything. He also enjoys playing soccer and tug of war. Cars and birds are his enemy, as he likes to chase them from a distance and along fence lines. Bradley is also very smart and already knows a handful of commands, such as sit, sit pretty, lay down, and roll over. Bradley would do best with an active family. He would love to be the only dog, though he gets along with other dogs. He was heartworm positive when he was originally brought into rescue in early 2020, and has gone through the fast kill treatment. He will be getting retested before the end of 2020.