"Turn A Day Of Hope Into A Dream Come True ..."

For a shelter dog, each day brings hope. The hope that just one of many people who file past their kennel will look into their eyes and know that they are they one. But for most, their day of hope fades into a long night of loneliness as they wait for the next day. If they are lucky, they get another chance ... another day of hope.

Shelter populations are at all all time high for Australian Cattle Dogs. At Road Warrior Australian Cattle Dog Rescue our mission is to change that. But we can't do it without you. Please watch this video and then visit our website to help this special breed by donating, fostering or adopting ... Turn a day of hope into a dream come.

www.RoadWarriorACDRescue.org

Donations by PayPal: rwacdr@gmail.com

www.facebook.com/RoadWarriorACDRescue

Liz callan
almost 2 years agoNovember 12, 2015
02:23:42
I want to save all those beauitiful babies
Valarie Findlay, Road Warrior ACD Rescue
almost 2 years agoNovember 12, 2015
Thank you Liz! We love your compassion for them :D They are great dogs! Any help you can give is appreciated!
Liz callan
almost 2 years agoNovember 12, 2015
03:31:99
Ithis made me cry.....and happy at the same time...very touching..i hope all see this give these babies a loving home ...!!
Jenn Scardina
almost 2 years agoNovember 12, 2015
I've had ACD's for 15years. I just lost my 11yr old mama dog in August. I still have her daughter. Life is not complete without a cattle dog. I would adopt every one if I had more property. They are such a special, intelligent,funny and loving breed.
Jesse Lane
almost 2 years agoNovember 12, 2015
I have three puppies left! Contact road warrior for a adoption app!
Anonymous
almost 2 years agoNovember 17, 2015
Hi jesse, my friend is looking to adopt. Can you send me your info? Nikki.elzenny@gmail.com
Ronda
almost 2 years agoNovember 12, 2015
On November 15, 2014 I adopted my first acd. He is mixed with lab. He didn't 5 years of neglect and abuse at the hands of a human who want fit to have him. He didn't know play, he was scared of every person he came into contact with and was going to take the trip over the rainbow bridge had my little sheltie mix not picked him and he picked her. In the year I have had him he had brought a goody wonderful joy to my house. He had learned to trust the 2 legged critters and plays like none other. He was 5 years old when I brought him home and now at 6 he is a puppy again. I would love more ACD's. To bad I don't live on acres of land for them all to come home to a living home and never worry again
Valarie Findlay, Road Warrior ACD Rescue
almost 2 years agoNovember 12, 2015
They are such amazing dogs aren't they Ronda? Thanks for all you do for animals :)
Anonymous
almost 2 years agoNovember 12, 2015

Anonymous
almost 2 years agoNovember 17, 2015
This happend to me I seen a ACD that was 10 in a Mexico shelter
Anonymous
almost 2 years agoNovember 17, 2015
This happens to me I seen a ACD in a shelter in Mexico, I kept telling my husband if she was there we had to go see her it was 6 months away till we would be there. In September we finally arrived on September 25th her transported to a veterinarian and had to have somethings done before she took the flight back home to Oregon with us. It is truly amazing to see the transformation in just a couple months. She is a 10 year old Blue ACD that acts like a puppy
Valarie Findlay, Road Warrior ACD Rescue
almost 2 years agoNovember 22, 2015
We love that you found this breed! They are truly amazing dogs :D
Anonymous
almost 2 years agoNovember 17, 2015

Dawn Henrichs
almost 2 years agoNovember 17, 2015
This made me cry...makes me think of my ACD that I lost to cancer a few years ago. I miss him every day!! Wish I could save them all!!
Valarie Findlay, Road Warrior ACD Rescue
almost 2 years agoNovember 22, 2015
Thanks Dawn!
Donna Karwaski
almost 2 years agoNovember 20, 2015
I have an ACD Sable who is 14 yrs old!! She brings me joy every day and I wouldn't trade her for the world!! : )  Despite her age, she still acts like a puppy and has a ton of energy!!  ACD's are very loving and affectionate dogs!!  When I'm at work I can't wait to get home so I can be with Sable! I have a  Pom Midnight who is 11 yrs old also. When the two get together they act like puppies!! I am truly blessed to have God's beautiful creatures in my family!!  A final note, when my fiance Jim comes to my home, Sable has a smile on her face and is wagging her tail because she is happy to see him!! They have a special bond. Sable looks forward to going for car rides on Sunday for the paper, walks in our neighborhood and surprise treats just to name a few! If anyone is considering in adopting a puppy/dog, I would recommend the ACD!!! You will definitely be in for a lifetime of love and affection!!  : )
Valarie Findlay, Road Warrior ACD Rescue
almost 2 years agoNovember 22, 2015
Thanks for the awesome story Donna! They are such a lovely breed :)
Sharon ball
almost 2 years agoNovember 22, 2015
03:31:99
I wish I could save them all, They are the most loyal, unconditional loving faithful friends you could ever have.
Valarie Findlay, Road Warrior ACD Rescue
almost 2 years agoNovember 22, 2015
They are! Thanks Sharon!
Anonymous
almost 2 years agoDecember 27, 2015

Becky
almost 2 years agoJanuary 16, 2016
These are the smartest dogs.  Sad they linger so long in shelters.  They would be my first choice to adopt.
Kellie
over 1 year agoJanuary 28, 2016
I love this video!  Totally brings tears to my eyes.  It reminds me of my first blue heeler, she too was rescued from a shelter.  I have been in love with the breed since the first day I laid eyes on her.  I will forever adore cattle dogs, and my home will never be complete without one in it.
Devin
about 1 year agoSeptember 21, 2016
Great vid.  Very true..  3 ACD's to date - the best pups ever.
ACDLand admin/Texas
8 months agoFebruary 13, 2017
02:32:16
We sure enjoy presenting your video to our fans...quite often!!!
M & D
8 months agoFebruary 13, 2017
ACDs are in my humble opinion the best breed of dogs  but sadly misunderstood by many.  I grew up with them working our cattle.  We are owned by a rescued stumpy tail cattle dog and a catte dog mix.  We love them dearly.  Since I no longer live on farm, we take our ACDs herding every week so they get to enjoy what they were bred to do.  My family now lives in the Havelock/New Bern area.  Next time I visit I will stop by.  Thank you for all you do to save this breed and educate people.  We made a donation to support your worthy cause.
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