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Website Credits

Recognising people who have helped with our websites

Border Collie Rescue began to design and provide content for their own Website to help promote better care and understanding of the breed in June 1999.
At that time no-one in the organisation had any experience of the Internet or of Website design and maintenance.
Now the charity has four individual websites, all run in house.
It has been a steep learning curve with a lot of help from the parties below.



Our first website was set up and hosted by Stuart Watson of Succeed Systems - now Aspire Web Media (Based in Wimbledon, Surrey) Internet Service Providers. Stuart came across an article about us in a national newspaper and was impressed by the dedication and history the charity.
He called us and offered to help us set up internet access, email, and provide and register our domain, help us design our first website, host it and to act as IT consultant, as and when appropriate, all free of charge.


Since then Stuart has continued to host our websites, provide email, and re-register our various domains as renewal comes up.

He has done this all without any cost to Border Collie Rescue and we are extremenly grateful for his generousity.

Additional contributions on the technical side have come from Ted Wray of Trinity Video, Nigel Cooke, Don Foyle, Chris Baron, Paul Baron, Doug Lever, Ian Paterson (for his help with coding and Java), Nicki Oliver for photographs and Mike from The Rural Sound Collective for audio assistance.


The content of this, and our other websites have also been provide free of charge.
We are grateful for the co-operation of a large number of companies and individuals who have supplied articles, information, images, cartoons, animation's and other material to help in the presentation of this site and the people who have spent time researching suitable and informative webpages for our websites link to.

There are too many to list here, but credit has been given where the contributions appear.

Websites are of little use unless there are computers to design and create them on, process images and videos for them and access the internet to upload and maintain them.
There are also people and companies who have donated hardware, software and services over the last two decades to make this happen. They know who they are and we are grateful to them for their donations. 

Our thanks, regards and best wishes go out to all who have helped and who are helping us to help so many dogs and people around the world through our website facilities.
We welcome offers of contribution from genuine people who wish to help us improve our content.

The BCR Webmaster is volunteer Mike Cooke and any contributions, comments or suggestions regarding this site can be communicated using the Contact Border Collie Rescue link at the top of the page.


This website domain address is - http://www.bordercollierescue .org

Our other websites are -

Border Collie Rescue Scotland - http://www.bordercollierescuescotland.org
Running with Dogs - http://www.colliewood.co.uk
Colliewood Films - http://www.colliewoodfilms.com



At Border Collie Rescue we are all volunteers because we have a passion for the breed - not just a liking or a respect or an admiration or a feeling of kindred spirit - we have all of that and more.

We feel strongly about the abuse and exploitation the breed has suffered and is suffering, particularly in these enlightened times.

 We want to change this.............. We want to hear from others who feel the same.


Thank you for visiting our website.
Please spend a while looking around and seeing what our organisation has to offer.

To continue browsing please select a button in the main menu bar.


If you are interested in adopting a Border Collie from us,
please phone 0845 604 4941 during office hours.
(2 pm to 5 pm Mondays to Thursdays)

Please do not write to us or email us about adoption - we want to speak to you before we start the process.