Ollie, a 6 year old boy, came to Westie-Rescue Michigan because he was not happy with the hub-bub teenagers can create and his owners were afraid he might nip someone.  He is a healthy guy and behaved really well for his grooming appointment (as you can see from these photos).  He has been to the vet and gotten a clean bill of health.  Ollie is being fostered in a foster to adopt situation so he may already be home.  We’ll keep you posted here and on our Facebook page.

 

Lil

 

Lilly, a senior lady of 12, was surrendered to Westie Rescue Michigan because the other dogs in the home were not getting along with her.  She’s doing well in her foster home where we’ve learned that she loves the snow and enjoys a good “snowplow” in the white stuff.  She has been to the vet for a complete health work up and treatment of a minor ear infection.  She’s having a ball meeting other dogs on walks and in pet stores and had what we believe to be her first encounter with a pet rabbit (in the pet store).  She loves everyone she meets.  While she might be a diva, she sure is a sweetheart and will make someone a great companion.

Lillie Belle is a spunky 5-year-old.  She was surrendered to Westie Rescue Michigan because her family had fallen on difficult times and could no longer care for her.  She has some skin issues, but WRM (Westie Rescue Michigan) foster homes are accustomed to dealing with that and we expect her soon to be back to being as beautiful on the outside as she seems to be on the inside.  She’s doing well with her amazing foster brother and is responding to the medicated baths and antibiotics her foster mom is administering.  She will be available for adoption once we get her healthy again.