About Us

 

Learn about our organization and what we do. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue based in Virginia. Click for more info!

Community Outreach

 

Not only are we a dog rescue, but we are also active in the communities we live in. Click here to read more about our outreach program.


    Save Our Herders Outreach (SOHO) is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to herding breeds and herding     mixed dogs in need.  We concentrate our rescue efforts in Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, West Virginia     and parts of Tennessee.   Most of our volunteers and fosters live in those states and share their homes           with their own Border collies, Australian Shepherds, Australian Cattle Dogs, Working Kelpies, Corgis and/or     Shetland Sheepdogs.


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Available Dogs

 

Want to check out our available pups? Keep in mind that we often have dogs not yet listed. Come find your new best friend with us!

22 September 2016:

Our puppies (the Freedom Five!) are available for adoption! Please check out our "adoptable dogs" page in order to see them. These puppies have survived a bout of kennel cough that turned into pneumonia. If you would like to contribute to their care (which racked us up quite the vet bill), please visit our "How To Help" page and click on "Donate".


12 May 2016:

Join us at the HAPPE event in Midlothian, VA on 5/14/2016! We will be there with a few adoptable dogs! Come out and meet us.


20 April 2016:

We have to gorgeous boys available for adoption - our first bonded pair! They are Aussie mixes and so very super-sweet. These boys will need to go to a home together as they get very stressed when separated. We are very pleased to welcome Humphrey Bogart and George Bailey to our rescue family - check them out on the "Adoptable Dogs" page!


WELCOME

We want to hear from you! Please contact us at saveourherdersoutreach at gmail.com, or you can find us on Facebook!

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How To Help

 

We are always looking for volunteers! As an all-volunteer organization, we can always use extra hands for fostering, transporting, or outreach.