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My name is Willy!

Westie, West Highland White Terrier Dog for adoption in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida - Willy
Photo 1 - Westie, West Highland White Terrier Dog for adoption in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida - Willy
Photo 2 - Westie, West Highland White Terrier Dog for adoption in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida - Willy
Photo 3 - Westie, West Highland White Terrier Dog for adoption in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida - Willy
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Sunshine State Westie Rescue

Facts about Willy

  • Breed: Westie, West Highland White Terrier
  • Color: White
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Unknown
  • ID#: 10298572

Meet Willy, a 10 yo, Westie. Willy is very sweet, good with dogs, good with people, seems well trained but may benefit from some refreshers. He currently has a UTI and bladder stones so may benefit from a special diet, has separation issues but may settle down with time, patience and training. He will be neutered and have the bladder stones removed this week. Could this sweet boy be your new best friend?

If you are interested in Willy, 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 Willy.
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.



Sunshine State Westie Rescue
Rescue, Rehome and Rehabilitate!



About Sunshine State Westie Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Sunshine State Westie Rescue is a relatively new entity of Westie Rescue USA. We operate under 501(c)3 of Westie Rescue of the Mid Atlantic States, Inc. We provide rescue, fostering, medical, and adoption services for abused, abandoned, neglected, and/or homeless West Highland White Terriers ("Westies"). We welcome every Westie without regard to health, behavior or temperament.
Sunshine State Westie Rescue is an all volunteer, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization which is funded by donations from the public. Westies are fostered in private homes during rehabilitation or until adoption.
All dogs are treated for any medical issues, brought up to date and are required to be spayed or neutered before placement. A tax deductible donation is requested at the time of adoption. These donations are the lifeblood of the organization. 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 the care of incoming dogs.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Just as all other rescues and shelters always desperately need donations, Westie Rescue also appreciates every contribution made to keep our rescue program going. We are an IRS approved 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable group. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Donations are used ONLY as necessary to ensure that Westies are rescued, rehabilitated, and adopted. You can make a contribution by: BY CREDIT CARD - Follow this secure link: ā€¯https://secure.stardonor.com/giveto/AW/54-1922605.html" BY MAIL - Send a check to: "Westie Rescue" P. O. Box 342, Dunn Loring, VA 22027.

Come Meet Our Pets...

For the latest rescue news and events, go to the Westie Rescue USA Website:
www.westierescue.com

Check us out on FaceBook:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sunshine-State-Westie-Rescue/216450461705997

Send us a note:
Email: SS.Westies@Yahoo.com

Our Adoption Process...

To qualify to adopt from Sunshine State Westie Rescue you must first:
- Reside in Florida so we can do a home visit. We do NOT ship dogs to new homes.
- FULLY COMPLETE and submit our adoption application sponsored by Westie Rescue Mid Atlantic.
http://www.westierescue.com/adoptapp.asp
- Agree to a home visit prior to adopting a dog. Sunshine State Westie Rescue requires a Home Safety Visit prior to approval to adopt. A Westie Rescue volunteer in your area will be contacted to arrange and conduct the Home visit.
To familiarize yourself with all the factors affecting your decision to adopt a rescued Westie. please take a few minutes to read the FAQ's - Frequently Asked Questions
http://www.westierescue.com/faqs.asp
If you think you could be the perfect forever home for one of our rescued Westies, we look forward to receiving your Application!
You can submit an adoption application two ways:
- ONLINE SUBMISSION: http://www.westierescue.com/adoptapp.asp
- REQUEST AN APPLICATION BE SENT TO YOU BY MAIL:
Send a Self Addressed AND Stamped envelope to:
Westie Rescue
P.O. Box 342,
Dunn Loring, VA 22027

** PLEASE MAKE CERTAIN TO FILL OUT THE FORM COMPLETELY**
Incomplete applications are filed until a volunteer has time to contact the applicant to obtain the missing information. Unfortunately, in an all volunteer organization, this could take quite a while, delaying the approval process.

Restrictions on Adoptions (and Reasons):
Westie Rescue does not place dogs in homes with children younger than 7 years old.
Rescue does not place Westies in homes with resident cats unless the dog is proven to be cat friendly. (Westies were developed to hunt predators the size of cats. Typically, o this day, most Westies have retained the instinct to hunt and kill such animals. For the safety of people's cats, we do not place in homes where one resides.)