links provide a wealth of information related to Westie Rescue as well as
information about Westie health care, training, and Westie news.
in Need (WiN)
a non profit Canadian group that provides rescue, fostering,
transport, medical attention and adoption services for surrendered,
abused, abandoned, neglected, and/or homeless West Highland White
Terriers in Ontario and Quebec.
Out of the love for these little white dogs comes our passion for
helping Westies in Need.
Our mission is to: rescue Westies, get immediate medical attention
to those in need, foster Westies in a safe, attentive environment,
find them loving and forever homes and to also educate the general
public to the need for spaying and neutering dogs and the perils of
puppy mills. We advocate an end to the operation of puppy mills, pet
store animal sales, and the neglect and abuse of these precious
is a non-profit 501c3 charitable organization established to rescue,
rehabilitate, and find approved homes for Westies. Our Westies have
been rescued for various reasons including, but not limited to,
being surrendered by owners, abuse, neglect or abandonment.
WRSE operates on the basis of
matching each dog with the individual or family that best suits that
dog's age, temperament, health, and any other criteria that affects
the dog or the adopter and their ability to move forward with
expected happiness and good health. Our Westies are seen and cared
for by a licensed vet, spayed or neutered, then placed in an
approved foster home where they will be evaluated until such time
they are adopted by an approved individual or family.
WRSE covers the states of AL,
MS, TN, GA, SC and NC.
512 Grand Oaks Drive, Brentwood, Tennessee 37027
Westie Rescue of Florida
There is no
Westie in FLorida we will not take in, regardless of age, health,
temperament, etc. WRFL is an all volunteer organization. Our
fabulous network of volunteers participate with us in a number of
vital roles; transport from shelter or surrendering owner to vet,
transport from vet to foster home, home visits for potential foster
and adoptive homes, shelter contact for Westies in need and, of
course, foster care and feedback critical to finding just the right
forever home for each and every Florida Westie in need.
coming into WRFL from either a shelter or surrendering owner will go
immediately to a vet, unless we have documentation that the dog is
up to date on shots and heartworm prevention, and has had a recent
physical exam by a vet. WRFL will be responsible for the cost of
this preliminary veterinary care for the incoming Westies. WRFL will
work directly with the vet providers regarding these costs; the
transporting or fostering volunteers will not be involved with these
WRFL will also
be holding festive events with our Westies throughout the state to
raise money to properly care for the Westies coming into WRFL. Our
volunteers participate in setting up and running these events. The
adoption donations do not begin to cover the costs of care these
little ones frequently need. So, of course, we will never discourage
your tax deductible donations which can be made through the website
mark your donation for FLORIDA in big letters to make certain
it comes to Florida's Westies. While you are at the website, please
consider filling out an application to adopt or join our fabulous
volunteers. We can never have enough Westie-lovers like you!
Rescue of Tennessee
Our number one goal continues to be helping
every Westie in need within the state of Tennessee. If you live in Tennessee and
want to help volunteer with Westie Rescue, we would love to have you work with
our group! Please e-mail us at email@example.com with questions or
requests for Volunteer or Adoption applications. If you have a need to surrender
a Westie, we can also be contacted via this e-mail.
Westie Rescue of Missouri
Rescue of Missouri, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation formed in 1999 to
address the rescue needs of shelter dogs and puppy mill dogs. All WRM staff are
volunteers. No salaries are paid. Volunteers donate their own money, as well
as their time and their other resources, to rescue, rehabilitate, place, and
transport rescue dogs.
Westie Rescue USA...helping
Westies in need and the humans who would like to adopt them
Rescue USA is a
web-based resource that is sponsored by Westie Rescue of the MidAtlantic States,
Inc, and is shared by Westie rescuers throughout the US. Visit the website to
find out how to contact your local volunteer and to browse a wealth of
information about the care and maintenance of West Highland White Terriers.
wonder where your dog really came from? Read this heart-warming story of love
and Scottie Rescue
Westie Rescue Houston is an all-volunteer, donation sponsored,
non-profit organization dedicated to providing medical care,
socialization skills, and finding permanent homes for Westies,
Scotties and Cairns.
We attained our non-profit 501(c) 3 status in 2006 but have been
rescuing Westies and other terrier breeds since 2001. We currently
rescue and re home close to 100 dogs each year.
Westie Rescue Houston operates solely with the help of over 40
dedicated volunteers throughout the greater Houston and Southern
Westie Rescue, Inc.
mission of Westie Rescue is to facilitate the rescue and adoption of stray,
abandoned, neglected, abused, and surrendered Westies of pure or mixed-breed
lineage, and place adoptable Westies into permanent, loving homes.
you have never read about the horrors of Puppy Mills, this is an educational
site that will break your heart! Learn how some Pet Stores are involved in
buying from brokers and breeders who are only interested in a buck and not the
welfare of a pup.
mission of Chatham Animal Rescue and Education (CARE) is
to promote the health and safety of all cats and dogs in
Chatham County. CARE strives to teach by example, to be
a resource to the community and local government, and to
provide foster care for animals until they can be
adopted into permanent homes.
Westie Rescue of Orange County and Beyond
Westie Rescue of Orange County & Beyond (WROC) is an
IRS recognized 501(c)(3)
charitable corporation serving all of California. Our mission
is to rescue, rehabilitate and find homes for West Highland
White Terriers, to help control the animal population by spaying
and neutering our dogs before they are placed in permanent
homes, and to provide the public with
education about our breed
and its needs.