One look at Ranger’s photo and you might think of a dandelion puff, or perhaps a wooly pom-pom, or maybe a dramatic case of static–whatever your impressions are–Ranger is a male, red heeler/border collie mix, who was surrendered to our shelter because he forgot to read the manual on how to behave like a herding dog. Ranger doesn’t like to chase anything and prefers the posh life of soft beds and AC to working the fields. Ranger is neutered and house trained. True to his herding instincts, he can nip a bit when excited and sometimes shows a stubborn streak, but this smart, sweet boy responds well when corrected. Give him a happy home with lots of engagement and your loving leadership and Ranger will not only thrive, he will also be your best friend ever. To set up a meeting with Ranger, please contact Tri-County Animal Rescue Center (on Facebook, call 814-918-2032, or email: contactus@Tricounty-arc.org) so that a volunteer can be available to make introductions. Tri County does not do same day adoptions.