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Why Should You Adopt?
Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life.
What is the difference between adopting a dog, adopting a cat, adopting a kitten or adopting a puppy versus getting dogs for sale, cats for sale, puppies for sale or kittens for sale from a dog breeder or a cat breeder?
When someone is breeding puppies or breeding kittens, they are creating new dogs and cats who need homes. Some people are interested in a very specific breed of dog, cat, puppy or kitten and they think the only way to find that specific breed is to buy a dog for sale or buy a cat for sale from a puppy breeder or a kitten breeder. Yet animal shelters are filled with dogs and cats who must find homes.
So rather than buying a dog or puppy for sale from a dog breeder or buying a cat or kitten for sale from a cat breeder, we encourage people to adopt a dog, adopt a cat, adopt a puppy or adopt a kitten at their local animal shelter, SPCA, humane society or pet rescue group.
Saving One Friend
at a Time
Westie Rescue of New England Inc
is a non-profit organization dedicated to the health and happiness of all West Highland White Terriers.
Our Mission is to prevent cruelty, abuse or neglect of West Highland White Terriers. We provide rescue services, rehabilitation and medical treatment.
During their time in our care, our network of dedicated volunteers provide a warm, safe and healthy environment where the dogs can develop to their full potential while we search for their new “forever” home.
Our Rescue is staffed entirely by volunteers who donate time, money and resources to rescue, rehabilitate, place and transport Westies. All dogs are fostered in volunteers’ private homes, as we
do not have a shelter.
To put it simply, we will drop everything to help a Westie in need.
Our Westies come from various places: city shelters, owner surrenders and puppy mills. Once rescued they are spayed or neutered and given the medical attention they may need—shots and treatment for illnesses or injuries. Westies that
can never be placed due to age or illness live out the rest of their lives
in our care.
Some of our rescues come from a life
of neglect or abuse and deserve a
chance at the best life possible...
a forever loving home.
It’s All About the
Little White Dogs!
Welcome and thank you for your interest in Westie Rescue of the West Highland White Terrier Society of Connecticut
Westie Rescue is committed to assisting every West Highland White Terrier (Westie) in need of a new home and is a 501c3 non profit organization. Each Westie that comes into rescue is very special with a unique background and set of needs. Westies are placed into rescue for a variety of reasons including owner surrendered and those found in shelters. Some of these dogs have come out of traumatic situations. For all of them, it is stressful to lose the home they have known. This does not mean that they will not make wonderful pets. However, just as you may have certain desires about the dog you want to adopt, so each Westie also has special needs, which a rescuer will try to determine through an initial health, background and temperament evaluation.
The first step in the adoption process is to complete an Adoption Application. This is a simple form used to gather information on prospective adopters. The application form will also give you an opportunity to state your preferences regarding age and gender of the Westie you would like to adopt. When a Westie is placed into a rescue program; the rescuer will review all completed adoption applications to do the best job of matching each rescue dog with the most appropriate home available. Westie rescue of WHWTSOC is very careful to place dogs in the best available homes. No one is ever at the top of the list for the next available dog.
All dogs are up to date on shots and spayed or neutered prior to adoption. All medical issues are addressed.
The adoption fee will be based on a dog's age and health status.
These donations are used to pay veterinary expenses and other out-of-pocket costs that can be substantial during the Rescue process, even with discounts, for dogs with medical problems.
If you are looking for a puppy...
Some applicants also approach rescue programs because they find it difficult to afford a high quality Westie puppy. These applicants must understand that the initial cost of a dog is only the first in a long series of expenses lasting for the lifetime of the dog. Many Westies live well into their teen years, therefore, expenses can be considerable. Costs not only for food, shelter, grooming and toys but for licensing and appropriate veterinary care that reflects the fact that the dog has become a member of your family must be carefully considered. If financial issues are an important element in why you have approached a rescue program, please make a responsible, thoughtful and informed decision regarding these costs.
Please be advised Westie puppies are rarely found in rescue. If you are looking for a puppy, please contact either the Corresponding Secretary of WHWTSOC or the Regional West Highland White Terrier Club
If you are looking to rescue a Westie ... fill out the Application form online here.
If a Westie Needs Rescue...
If you know of a Westie that has been abused or neglected or in need of rescue for whatever reason please contact us!
Useful Rescue Links
Regional Westie Rescue Coordinators - PDF
Westie Profiler: Is a Westie the Right Dog for You?
West Highland White Terrier / Westie
The West Highland White Terrier shares their roots with the other terriers of Scotland, protecting homes and farms from fox, badger, and rodents. At one time the Westie, Skye, Cairn, and Scottish Terriers were all considered one breed with considerable diversity. Selective breeding based on such qualities as coat type or color likely produced the different breeds who would have easily remained distinct in the relative isolation of the various parts of the Scottish mainland and the western islands of the country.
The Westie first gained attention in 1907 as the Poltalloch Terrier, named for the home of Col. E.D. Malcolm, who had been promoting the short-legged white terriers for many years. The breed has gone under several different names, including Roseneath, Poltalloch, White Scottish, Little Skye, and Cairn. In fact, the AKC first registered them as the Roseneath Terrier in 1908, but the name was changed to West Highland White Terrier in 1909. Since that date they have made quite a name for themselves, being established as one of the most popular terriers in the home.
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