Meet Wolfie he will be 12 in September. He is a Westie/Poodle mix. He weighs approximately 13lbs and is up to date on his shots. He is very active for an 11 year old and enjoys chasing squirrels, lizards, and birds. He prefers to be around his owner and will be at your feet throughout the day. He has a healthy appetite and loves to sleep in bed with his owner. He gets along with other dogs, but really likes to bark when he sees a new dog. If you are looking for a companion who loves to be held and
scratched, Wolfie may be the right pet for you
If you are interested in Wolfie, please take a few minutes to visit our web site and read our FAQ's Frequently Asked Questions
Familiarize yourself with all the factors affecting your decision to adopt a rescued Westie like Wolfie.
Westie Rescue will conduct a phone interview in addition to personal and veterinary reference checks.
A Home Safety Check will be required prior to approving any adoption.
A tax deductable DONATION is requested at the time of adoption. These donations are the lifeblood of the organization and we can't rescue Westies without them. We operate under the 501(c)(3) of the Mid Atlantic States; their suggested tax-deductible Adoption Donations range from $250-$500. The Adoption Donations are not for a particular dog, but go toward rescue and care of incoming dogs.
If you think you could be the perfect Forever Home for a SSWR Westie, please fill out and submit the "Adoption Application"
*** PLEASE MAKE CERTAIN TO FILL OUT EVERYTHING COMPLETELY!***
Incomplete applications are filed until one of our Volunteers has time to follow up and obtain the missing information. Unfortunately, in an all volunteer organization, this could take quite a while.
VOLUNTEERS AND FOSTER HOMES ARE NEEDED!
If you are interested in helping please complete our "Westie Rescue Volunteer Form" to learn more.
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NOTE: Some shelters have physical locations you can visit; some of these shelters may only have pets for a limited time, so please do not wait for a reply—just go visit the shelter! Other organizations are rescue groups run by busy volunteers who may take a while to reply. You can find information about the shelter or rescue group caring for this pet, and their adoption procedures, on the pet's details page on Adopt-a-Pet.com.