Bryce loves her Neck Hug collar. It's better than a stiff Elizabethan color. They wash up nicely, effective and have cute fabric designs. Bryce lays her head on the donut as a pillow. Wag Tail Farms donated two for little Bryce.
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Hello, I'm Jerry.
A nice Arizona Primary Volunteer with Westie Rescue of CA & 7 States pulled me on a 'medical' from a local shelter. I was so matted and dirty that the vet couldn't exam a bloody mass hanging on my chin. I was bathed and clippered so I could have a stitch or two to close the wound. Nothing major; as good as new. Love and Licks, JERRY
Hello, my name is Charlee.
I was surrendered to Westie Rescue of CA & by an owner who loved and cared for me. I am an 11-year old, neutered male who doesn't like kids who bear-hug me and pull my tail. Huh, imagine that! Love and Licks, CHARLEE
Hi, my New Name is…CAMBREA LYNN!
This darling Westie-blend, we believe is a Westie-poo, was owner surrendered due to the family falling upon financial hardship. Her estimated age is 2 years old, has been spayed, vaccinations current (Rabies-3 yr., DHPP-3 yrs., Bordatella). Fecal test negative and microchip is transferable after our two week trial adoption period.
This little cuddly stuffed puppy dog came to life! She loves to snuggle, cuddle and give kisses. The big basket of toys is so exciting, makes sure to give each one an equal time commitment. Doggie-door trained, is currently fostered with medium size and one large breed dog, no issues seen. We were told by previous owners gets along with 8+ year old children. Being young she is very playful, but obedient, lovable and has good house manners.
The ideal home has a fenced yard or appropriate time to exercise her daily walking, playing fetch and throwing the ball. Commits to keep her professionally groomed and brushed. She would do well with another dog or Westie. Require she say on The Westie Diet. So, if you are interested get in your application quickly. She will be an excellent addition to any family…CAMBREA LYNN.
This once beautiful and still deserving Westie female was literally 'DUMPED' on our rescue by the elderly owner's family members. BRYCE came wearing an Elizabethan collar/cone on her head. And we understand why! After taking her to our Veterinarian for this ongoing condition we were devastated at the condition and what it will take to get her well again. Discovered in her medical history, she suffered for many years before having an abscess burst back in 12/2013. Poor thing was hospitalized for 11 days and due to no follow through on medication, hands-on care, still has an active draining infection on the side of her face cheek.
Sadly, her condition was preventable early on, but the Dementia owner nor family stepped in to get her the appropriate Veterinarian care before it got this bad. BRYCE is suffering from what is commonly called 'Cauliflower Ear' or in humans known as 'Boxer's Ears'.
Unfortunately Bryce's surgery would be too extensive and risky for her age. She is now living a comfortable life in hospice care.
Please go onto our website and donate anything you can to help. We appreciate any amount, because it all 100% goes toward her long-term care.