2022 Foster Photos



Whelan 5 yrs old came into rescue due to behavior issues that may be due to owners time restraints. He is being evaluated in foster care but otherwise appears to be a healthy normal boy. After his vet appointment we will have a more confident feeling about him physically. His foster parents are exposing him to potential triggers and evaluating his understanding of basic commands. He is a happy playful boy!   1/16/22  Whelan has been adopted!

Pierre is a 9 year old male who came into Rescue because he has developed diabetes.  His family was unable to provide the care he needs.  We are currently working with our vet to make sure his medical situation is under control.  He is living with another Westie male and doing well.  Pierre requires two insulin injections daily and they must be given on schedule.  This means he will need a home where they are able to maintain a consistent schedule.

Before Grooming

After Grooming

Cully (nee Comet) is less than a year old.  He is in rescue because his owner got divorced and is now in an upper floor apartment.  Comet is not housebroken which created issues; and his behavior is also something we will be working on.  He needs to see the vet, be neutered and allowed to settle in and learn to live politely in a family home.  This could take a while to work out.  When the time comes for adoption, we will place him from our extensive waiting list of approved applications.
Note:  He came in so matted that he had to be shaved down.  He will now be much more comfortable without all those tangles and snarls pulling on him.

Sandy (est. age 10 years) on his way home (foster home) from the shelter.  Sandy is a sweet little guy.  He has seen the vet and needs a dental but he needs to gain some weight and get over a case of kennel cough first.  So far he appears to be a little one who just wants to be loved.  Time will tell if his hearing is diminished or if he is just biding time until he gets used to his new location.  He does seem to be much more comfortable in a home than he was in the shelter.