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Westie Rescue of Orange County & Beyond is delighted to show you even more of our 2009 Adopted Westies and their new families:
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Dusty - Adopted December 2009
I am the luckiest Westie - I was adopted by Michelle, Ashley, and Brett. I have a Westie brother Linc who was adopted from WROC also. This family really knows about us Westies and I am going to have the best life. They say that I am a wonderful addition to the family and I feel like it is really true!!! Westie Kisses with so much happiness, Dusty
DUSTY'S ORIGINAL STORY: My name is Dusty and I am incredibly cool. You see, my previous owner rescued me 5 years ago, but could not keep me any more. My foster Mom says that I am everything wonderful and I tend to believe her! I am game for anything! I love to play with dogs, children, and toys. I love to socialize at the dog park, especially like walks around the neighborhood, and love to toss around toys. I chase after balls and bring them back...well, sometimes. I listen very well and will mumble secrets in your ear. I am active, calm and cuddly and my favorite spot is in my person's lap. If you kiss me, I will kiss you back!
Scout & Skipper - Adopted December 2009
Hi everyone, look at our beautiful new family! Mom & Dad, Victoria and Robert, Brother Hunter, and Sister MacKenzie. WROC really did it this time - we are so happy with our new forever family. They welcomed us with open arms and we covered them in kisses. Thank you WROC for finding such a perfect match! XOXO Scout & Skipper
SCOUT & SKIPPER'S ORIGINAL STORY: Our names are Scout & Skipper. We are bonded pair of Westies and our owners are moving out of California to a place where they cannot take us. They are very sad, but are entrusting Westie Rescue of Orange County to find us a great new home.
We are a very sweet and loving pair, 6 and 4 years old, neutered and spayed, and we have all of our shots. We love to chase around in the back yard after each other and critters. We love long walks and rides in the cars and of course, we are housetrained. We are just about the most perfect Westies that you could meet!! XOXO Scout & Skipper
Bradley - 9 year old male - Adopted December 2009
ANOTHER SPECIAL SENIOR FINDS HIS FOREVER HOME!
Hi eveyone, WROC has really out done themselves this time. They found me the perfect home with Kendall. My new Dad recognizes me for the wonderful Westie that I am and we have a great time together. He takes me on short walks and gives me lots of treats - I really like that part. I love my new home. Thank you WROC for giving this second chance at a great new life. Much love and many kisses, Bradley
BRADLEY'S ORIGINAL STORY: My name is Bradley and I was just rescued from a very high kill shelter. When the shelter called WROC, they said the reason my owner surrendered me to them is because I've aged and they didn't have time for an old dog. WROC couldn't stand the thought of me being there so they dropped everything and came for me. Turns out the shelter vet thought I was about 8-9 years old - not old at all!!!
NOTE FROM WROC: Bradley has been through a lot while under our care. He has recovered from a bladder infection, from surgery to remove a fatty growth from his leg and from anethesia teeth cleaning. Throughout all of his ordeals, he remains sweet and grateful for the care. He is a gentle dog who likes short walks and riding in the doggie carriage. He loves to sleep at the foot of the bed and is quiet all night long. He loves to lay in the sun, having his ears rubbed, and best of all breakfast & dinner!!
Chrissy - Adopted December 2009 by Brenda & Jeff
NOTE FROM CHRISSY'S MOM: Hello WROC, One year ago you helped us adopt Chrissy. She has brought a lot of joy into our lives. We are grateful you rescued her and took such wonderful care of her. We love her immensely. She is safe, happy, healthy and very well cared for in our home. We have had great fun with her over the past year. You are in our thoughts as we celebrate her anniversary. Thank you for the compassion, kindness and generosity you have shown to countless westies and their families. Best wishes to all of you, Brenda, Jeff, and Chrissy
CHRISSY, ANOTHER CHRISTMAS MIRACLE DOG FOR WROC!
Thank you WROC for making my Christmas dream come true. I was adopted by the most wonderful family, Brenda & Jeff. I now live in a beautiful coastal town in California. We take long walks and I am very pampered. Nothing could be better for me. I am grateful for this second chance. It truly is "A Wonderful Life!" Much love and Westie Kisses, Chrissy
CHRISSY'S ORIGINAL STORY: I was found wandering the streets and was picked up by the dog catcher. But I was microchipped and the shelter found my owner. I just knew they would come for me, but they never did. I was so scared in the shelter that I growled when anyone came near me. They said I was unadoptable and my end was near...Then my Christmas angel showed up. I ran from the back of my cage and flung my little body at the bars, licking her hands and eating those delicious treats she brought. She took me out, hugged me and I kissed her back, and then she took me home. I am about 3 years old and I get along really well with my foster brothers. My foster Mom says I am a happy, calm, and fun little girl. I walk great on a leash, love riding in the car, and am housetrained. I loved my first bath and as you can see, it made all the difference in world. I have all my shots and am spayed. Will you help my Christmas wish come true? Love, Chrissy, the Christmas Miracle Dog
Heidi-Adopted December 2009
Heidi was adopted by experienced Westie owners Sherry & Jeff and they are thrilled with their new family addition.
The Tiny Trio - INTRODUCING HEIDI!!!
The Tiny Trio; Logan, Gabby and Heidi are 10 weeks old and have received their initial vaccinations with more to follow. They are full of energy and are as sweet as can be. If you have the time and energy, get that application in. These cuties are waiting for their forever home!
Gabby-now Posey-Adopted December 2009
Gabby, now Posey, was adopted by Susan, another very experienced Westie owner, who knows all about raising Westie puppies. The entire family is joining in to love and pamper this darling little puppy.
The Tiny Trio - INTRODUCING GABBY!
Logan, now Buddy-Adopted December 2009
Logan, now Buddy was adopted by Jennie, Stan, and human brothers Jack & Eli. He joins Westie sisters, Mabel and Lucey. This great family knows all about Westies since Mom Jennie has had Westies all of her life.
The Tiny Trio - INTRODUCING LOGAN!!
Dundee & McDougal - Adopted December 2009
When WROC heard about the need for Westies at a nursing home in Georgia, we knew we had to step in. "Mama" had a coveted stuffed Westie in her room. A senior resident, who is known for taking things, wandered in and Mama’s Westie was the target of her latest heist. Mama wrestled her beloved stuffed Westie away from the thief, but the thief was clearly distraught. We understand the love of the breed and felt that Mama’s friend should have a Westie of her own. Though we do not ship our dogs, we made an exception in this case. Meet our latest adoption; Dundee a 2oz six month old puppy and his pal McDougal, a 4oz 1 year old Westie that arrived safely at the Georgia nursing home where they will be loved forever!
Herbie and Sammy - Adopted November 2009
Hi everyone, Sammy and I were adopted by Isabel & John. They drove all the way from Arizona because they thought we were so special. And let me tell you, they are the best family we could hope for. Mom writes: "They are the best boys!! We just love them to pieces and they really love each other. We have settled into a good routine, spending lots of time walking and playing...watching them play together is a feast for the eyes." Thank you WROC from the bottom of our Westie hearts, Herbie & Sammy
HERBIE'S ORIGINAL STORY: Hi there, my name is Herbie and I am a 6 year old male. My owners could not keep me anymore, so the called Westie Rescue of Orange County because they heard of their stellar reputation in California rescue. I am a very sweet and playful boy and I have had my beauty makeover - I am gorgeous, don't you think? I love long walks in the park, fetching my ball, riding in the car, and sitting beside you on the couch. And I love that Westie Diet - especially the Highlander Hash! I really like all the other Westies here and if possible, I would like a brother or sister Westie of my own. I like being around people, so a stay at home Mom or Dad would be great for me. I will make a wonderful family pet - do you think that is you? If so, send in that application and I will be happily waiting for you. Lots of Westie Love, Herbie
SAMMY'S ORIGINAL STORY: What a day! It started out so confusing when my family of 5 years dropped me off at the shelter for no good reason. It was very stressful there and I was sad, scared and lonely. The next day, a lovely woman who visits the local shelter on her lunch breaks to sneak treats to us jailed pups, just about fell over when she saw beautiful “me”! See, she has Westies too, so she sprung me out of the California pokey and called Westie Rescue of Orange County & Beyond.
I had a beauty makeover by that famous Westie groomer, Joy, so I am GORGEOUS now. I am a very sweet and gentle natured 18 lb boy that has been neutered, current on all my shots and I am waiting for you! Please don’t wait too long to get that application in because my very own home with a family that will love me forever would be my dream come true. XOXO Sammy
Murphy, now Geordie, Adopted November 2009
Hi there, I have a new name, Geordie and a new sister Millie and a wonderful new Mom, Joan. I love my new family and they absolutely adore me. Mom's business makes dog cookies & she promises to name one after me. I even have my own web page, http://www.bone-appi-treat.com/geordiepage.htm. Can you believe it - I am famous!!! After all I have been through, I am now the happiest Westie you could ever know. Thank you WROC for my new life. I am one lucky Westie!!! XOXOXO Geordie
MURPHY'S ORIGINAL STORY: My name is Murphy and I am a very active boy. I had my vet checkup and he revised my age to 1 year old. I am 18 lbs, current on my shots and I am neutered. I came to Westie Rescue of Orange County & Beyond in the hopes of finding my forever home in California. First, a little about me...I am a fun boy. I love people and dogs and I am learning how to play. Toys are new to me, but the resident Westies here seem to be obsessed with them. I paw at them but they don't paw back, so I think they may be dead. I give great kisses and I love to have my ears scratched. That would definitely be a requisite of my new family, please. I love carrots and I am on a great new Westie Diet with Highlander Hash on top. I have lots of energy so my new family needs to have lots of energy too. Are you the family for me? Love Murphy
Gracie, Adopted November 2009
Well, it seems WROC has done it again. Look at this wonderful family that they found for me. Mom & Dad, Susan and Michael, have worked with Westies for years. And I have brothers & sisters, Cairn Lucy, Scottie Scotty, & Westie Sally. I am the luckiest Westie in California - I really mean it - life is absolutely wonderful!! XOXO Gracie
GRACIE'S ORIGINAL STORY: I am a 3-year old (DOB 6/3/06), 16 lb female that is looking for my new forever home. See, my folks loved me very much, but couldn't keep me any longer so they brought me to Westie Rescue of Orange County & Beyond. I like it here because there are Westies to play with and lots of toys! It's a bit of a problem when my foster mom is vacumming because she tosses toys out of the way as she moves from room to room. We think its a game! Here, I get two meals a day; the Westie Diet with Highlander Hash on top. I am a beautiful and very smart little girl. Are you my forever home? Get that application in because a beauty queen like me will not be on the stage for long. Westie Wishes, Gracie
Katie, Adopted November 2009
Hi there, I was adopted by Jeannene & Steve. When they first saw me, they knew I was the girl for them and I loved them right back. They are a wonderful family that knows all about us terriers. I am being adored and spoiled. Thanks to WROC, another happy ending. Westie Kisses, Katie
KATIE'S ORIGINAL STORY: Hi everyone, I am a very playful 2 1/2 year old, 17 pound, female spayed Westie. My owners did not have time for me so they called their local California rescue, Westie Rescue of Orange County.
WROC is taking great care of me - I had a bath and a beauty makeover and I am feeling really great. I am eating this wonderful Westie Diet and Highlander Hash is just about the best thing I have ever tasted. I love to walk in the park and ride in the car. If you think you are for me, send in that application! I am sure to be a very popular girl!!! XOXO Katie
Chip - Adopted November 2009
Hi, it's me Chip. Look at this wonderful family, Cindy & Mark. I could not have hoped for a better family - they take such good care of me. I love our walks and time with Mom. Thank you WROC for this wonderful home for me. Westie Love, Chip
CHIP'S ORIGINAL STORY: My new name is Chip and I am a beautiful 17 pound neutered Westie. Thank you Barbara & Mark for driving so far to pick me up and bringing me back to beautiful California and Westie Rescue of Orange County.
I am a very fun little boy - I love love to romp, walk and play - and I like riding in the car. I have all my shots and am microchipped. I am doing really well with my housetraining and I use the doggie door. I love WROC's Westie Diet and Highlander Hash is to die for! Are you my new family? You will be very lucky to get a Westie like me. XOXO Chip
Rachael, Adopted November 2009
I am brand new to WROC, just in from San Diego County. I am a darling 3 year old, 12 pound Westie girl. I am shy and learning my way around my foster home. I like all the other Westies and I love this Westie Diet with Highlander Hash.
I have have been to the beauty salon and look at me now! I am sure to be a crowd favorite, so if you think you are the family for me, send in your application. Westie Kisses, Rachael
Charlie, Adopted November 2009
Another senior finds a wonderful home!! Charlie was adopted by Sally & Richard who absolutely adore him. They waited patiently while WROC restored Charlie's health and then they drove a long way just to take this adorable boy home.
Note from Charlie: Thank you WROC and especially my foster Mom Terri. You brought me back from despair & now I have a happily ever after family. XOXOXO Charlie
CHARLIE'S ORIGINAL STORY: Look how much better I look!! Amazing what TLC and a healthy diet can do for a boy!! I still have a way to go, but I have even lost about 2 pounds. My foster Mom says that I am a wonderful companion. I love my walks and hanging out with people. She says that I am an extraordinary Westie - to have been through so much and to have such a happy-go-lucky disposition.
When the paramedics received a call from an elderly woman that had a bad fall, they contacted us to assist with the rescue. When we saw him, we thought we were looking at a pile of dirty rugs, until the pile moved. Charlie, a 10 year old, 22 pound Westie has lived the last 6 years of his life eating table scraps and had not seen a vet in years. As you can see from his pictures, this poor little guy was left to his own devices. We swept him out of there immediately, and began the tedious task of cutting out his dreadlocks, and shaving him completely down. Charlie did not move a muscle throughout this ordeal. WROC immediately sought vet care where he received a complete examination including dental work. Charlie has adjusted to his new diest and is feeling good.
Sarah, now Lulu, Adopted October 2009
Hi everyone, my new name is Lulu and I was adopted by Ramona, Peter, Serena, Cici, and Guy. This is just about the most wonderful family in the world. They are very terrier-knowledgeable and know just how to take great care of beautiful little me. I love my new life. Thank you WROC for making this all possible.
Special thanks to Pam for all of her help!! XOXOXO Lulu
SARAH'S ORIGINAL STORY: Hi there, my name is Sarah and I am a very active 1 year old little girl. I love to play, play, play. I am working on my house training in my foster home with all these other Westies - love them too! My previous owner just could not keep up with me, so she called Westie Rescue of Orange County because she trusted them to find a great home for me. I am spayed and have all my shots. I have to take a powder with my food to keep my digestive system in order, but it does not slow me down. If you think you might have room in your home and heart for a little girl like me, send in that application. I will be waiting for my perfect family. XOXO Sarah
MacTavish, Adopted October 2009
I just landed in a great WROC home and am so happy they brought me here. I came to my foster mom’s house matted, flea & tick ridden and my feet did not even have a chance to hit the floor because the tub was waiting for me. Looks like this is the first time I have ever been bathed, and I received a badly needed shave, but no worries here because my hair will grow back in no time. I am so much more comfortable especially in this California weather!
I LOVE to ride in the car! I like to sit at my foster mom’s feet, but I truly do prefer to sit in her lap. I give great kisses and I love to have my belly rubbed. I am adapting wonderfully on WROC’s Westie Diet and I have toys for the very first time. All is good here with the resident Westies! I have boys and girls to play with, a huge park to run around in and a soft bed to sleep on. No more outdoor living for me!! I am incredibly handsome and a very good boy, so get that application in! Westie Love & Hugs, MacTavish
I have a new name, Kate and lucky for me, Jane & Steve drove all the way to the Tartan games to adopt me. I loved them & my new Westie brother Tommy immediately. They are a wonderful family and they really know their Westies! They are taking great care of me & Tommy. Thank you WROC for finding the perfect home for me. XOXOXO Kate
BONNIE'S ORIGINAL STORY: Hi there, my new name is Bonnie and I am so happy to be with Westie Rescue of Orange County. My previous owners could not afford to take care of me, so WROC stepped in and promised me that I am in the very best hands now.
I am a very fun loving girl - I love to flirt with all other dogs and people - I roll on my back & kick my feet in the air just from pure joy!! I really love being the center of attention. I have all my shots and am microchipped. To know me is to love me. Are you my new family? XOXO Bonnie
I have a new name, Riley and I was adopted by Cheryl. She is the most gentle, caring person - the perfect adopter for me. We are learning each other's ways and I have her performing very well. She has had Westies before so she knows that I am the boss!! Thank you WROC for finding the perfect adopter for me. Much Love, Riley.
LUCY'S ORIGINAL STORY: My name is Lucy and I am just settling into my foster home with Westie Rescue of Orange County. I am an approximately 2-3 year old, 12 pound little girl. I am spayed, microchipped and have all of my shots. I am really happy to be here - love the California sunshine and this new Westie diet. XOXO Lucy
Hi, it's me, Becka and I was adopted by May who is just about the most wonderful person I have ever met. I am working with her to get her trained and she is coming along marvelously. I have taught her that I can escape from almost anything, yet she continues to try to contain me. I always greet her at the door no matter what obstacles she puts in my way. Thank you WROC for finding me the best home ever. XXOO Becka
BECKA'S ORIGINAL STORY: Hi there, Becky here. I am just in to Westie Rescue of Orange County. It has been a long journey and I am still a bit tired from my travels in California. But things are looking up now that I am with WROC. I am approximately 3 years old, 14 pounds, spayed with all my shots and microchip. My hair has been cut really short, but my foster Mom says that it will grow out and I will be a beautiful little Westie. Look for updates soon. Love, Becka
I was adopted by Donna and Mike and I have a new Westie sister, Campbell. Mom Donna says that I am the best dog in the world and I have to agree with her - I am pretty special. My foster Mom thought so too! I love my new life in sunny San Diego - thank you so much WROC for finding my perfect family. Warm Westie Kisses, Fergus
Fergus' Original Story: Hi there, it is the new improved me. Am I gorgeous or what? I am having the time of my life, playing with all my foster brothers and sisters. I am housetrained and use the doggie door. I sleep quietly in my crate, but will sneak up and sleep quietly on the bed if no one is looking. I love the Westie diet they feed me here - I clean my bowl every time! I am ready for my family now. Are you it? Waiting patiently, Fergie
Fergus is new to Westie Rescue of Orange County & Beyond. His owner could not take care of him, so WROC was called because of our extensive Westie knowledge and expertise. They knew, looking at our wonderful Adoption Pages, that we would find him a perfect home.
Hi there, it's me Annie. I was adopted by the best family, Mom & Dad Violet and Tim and 2 great kids, Malia and Rio. They say that I am a wonderful addition to their family and I really, really like it here. Thank you WROC for finding the perfect home for me. XOXO Annie
Annie's Original Story: Hi, my name is Annie and I just had my 2nd birthday. I am a small Westie weighing about 13-14 pounds. My owner gave me away because I growled at the baby. That little thing kept getting in my face and pulling my hair - I was just telling it to go away, but I was the one they sent away. Thank goodness, though, because these Westie Rescue of Orange County people really know about Westies in California and recognized me for the gem that I am. They swooped me up and placed me in a wonderful home.
My foster Mom says that am I beautiful little girl. I am spayed, housetrained, microchipped, and have all my shots. I sit, ride great in the car, and walk well on a leash. I love to be petted and I get along very well with my foster brother and sister. Are you the perfect family for perfect little me? Happily waiting for you with Westie kisses, Annie
I was adopted by Mom Marcie, Dad Scott and sisters Leah and Rachael. They are a wonderful family and they say that I am a great new addition to their family. Thank you WROC for saving me. XOXO Jake
JAKE'S ORIGINAL STORY: Hi there, my name is Jake and I am a just neutered 1 - 1 1/2 year old male Westie. I came to Westie Rescue of Orange County completely brown and covered in ticks and fleas, but all that dirt washed away and I turned into a beautiful white Westie!! I am a very happy go lucky fellow. I love people and dogs alike, walks in the park and riding in the car...in fact, I love just about everything in my new life. I am working on my house manners and I am a bit of a wild Westie pup, but my foster Mom says I am hard to resist because I give great puppy kisses. You have to admit, I am one good looking boy! Happily waiting for you, Jake
Thank you WROC, I was adopted by Colette, Jon, Paisley, and Chase and they are the best family. I have a Westie sister, Abby, who really likes having me around. We take great walks and I get to play and have a great time. I just love my new family and they say the feeling is very mutual!! XOXO McGee
McGEE'S ORIGINAL STORY: Hi there, McGee here. I am new to Westie Rescue of Orange County and let me tell you, I am SOOO happy to be here. I have been to the the groomer and what a difference a day at the spa makes. Look at me, I am a beautiful Westie boy, approximately 2 years old, neutered with a very sweet disposition. I really like to give kisses and sit in your lap.
All my shots are current and I am microchipped. My foster Mom says that I am a doll and that whoever adopts me is going to be very lucky!! So you better send that application soon. Westie Hugs & Kisses, McGee
Hi, its me Dori! I was adopted by Karen and my two Westie brothers, Stanley & Howard. I really love my new life - playing with the boys, running in the dog park, and cuddling in the big bed. Thank you WROC for saving me - I am one happy little Westie. XOXO Dori
PENNY'S ORIGINAL STORY: Penny was surrendered to the shelter by her owner because she would get "out" when the owner's grandchildren would come to visit. A situation that could have been easily remedied, but instead the owner chose a different route. Perhaps the easy way out, but nevertheless, abandoning seniors because they are old and evidently too much trouble is a sad reality that we see all the time. The plight that seniors face when abandoned in the cold confines of a dog pound or adrift city streets, so many times ignored, and unadopted are left to die. When our beloved seniors are abandoned, we don’t think of them as old, crippled, or too much trouble. We believe that every dog has a “life well worth living” and deserves to sleep in a warm soft bed, know love and compassion which is the right of every animal and in return, we get a lifelong lesson from each one of them. The joy that they bring us is immeasurable.
Hi everyone, I am a very happy Westie. I have a fantastic new family, Mom & Dad Tina & Alex, Westie sister, Penny, and these great human sisters, Kaelin and Krystina. They think I am the best addition to their family and I am in total agreement. Thanks WROC. Another happy ending. XOXO Paige
Paige's Original Story: My name is Paige and I am just about the cutest wild looking Westie you could ever imagine. My young owners had a baby and thought that I would be better off with a family that would have more time for me. I am really happy that they called Westie Rescue of Orange County. Here in my foster home, there are so many Westies and toys to play with that I am having the time of my life. I love the WROC Westie diet and all this California sunshine!
I am an active fun girl, DOB 2/11/08. I am spayed and have all of my shots. I ride very well in the car - I am so adorable that drivers roll down their windows to talk to me and I flirt right back! I love to chase my ball and I love walking in the park. I will be going to the beauty salon for a full makeover very soon. You just wait - I am going to be a beauty queen. I am a very popular girl, so better get that application in soon! Hugs & Westie Kisses, Paige
Hi everyone, I have a wonderful new family, Mom & Dad, Julie and David, Westie brother Towser and my best friend, human sister Jamie. I am a very special addition to their family for Jamie especially - she needed me and I love her. Thanks to everyone who helped with my journey. I love you all. XOXO Jamie
Jamie's Original Story: Hi, my name is Jamie and I just arrived at Westie Rescue of Orange County & Beyond. My owner was not able to take care of me anymore and her family called WROC. They were so nice - they drove me all the way from Arizona to California. You know, I really like this great weather at the beach. I went to the beauty parlor & look at me now! I am a 4 1/2 year old, spayed female and I have all my shots. I walk great on a leash and love riding in the car. I sleep quietly in my crate at night. I am a very sweet, loving and fun little girl. I love my squeaky toys and will race around the house squeaking. I am looking for my special forever family and a brother or sister would be ok too. Are you the one? Send your application soon because I am just too cute. Love & Westie kisses, Jamie
NOTE from Wes: I am all excited to tell you that Grace and Jean-Louis graduated from obedience school. Frankly, I did not think they would make it, but I did my darnedest to make them look good. I got a squeaky toy for my trouble. XOXO Wes
Dear WROC: Thank you so much for rescuing and caring for
Wesley, so we can have the opportunity to adopt him. Thank you also for the touching journal of Wes Wes. You are truly his guardian angel. Jean-Louis and I will do everything possible to make sure Wes Wes have a great life with us. Jean-Louis and I are honored to be able to adopt one of your little angels. Love, Grace & Jean-Louis
Wesley's Original Story: Wow look at me now! My coat has grown in and I am one fabulous looking Westie. WROC finally got my paperwork and my revised age is 7. I love my new look and am spunky as I can be. I KNOW I look good. Are you looking for a beauty like me?
Hi my name is Wesley and I am an 7 year old male Westie that knew of no other life but living outdoors exclusively. I am brand new to WROC, so they will need time to evaluate me. But what they know for sure, is that I am a very sweet and lovable Westie. My foster mom tells me that I am very special too. She said that many people have helped me so far - Bob with my vet care, Dr. Brad made a special home visit just for me, and Joy with a head and tail trim - love that carrot tail!!! Thank you all! I am enjoying the good life with my new Westie brothers. No more sleeping outdoors for me! Stay tuned for my updates. Grateful Westie Love, Wesley
Hi everyone, look at this great family that WROC found for me, Mom Caroline, Dad Doug, my very own human brother Jack, and a Westie sister Sadie. Could it get any better? I am one happy Westie!! Sending big kisses, Chance
Chance's Original Story: Hi there, my new name is Chance because I am getting a second chance at a great life. WROC was right there to save me from a high kill shelter. I have a very happy disposition and I love to give kisses. I get along with all the other Westies here in my foster home and I already know how to use the doggie door. I am 1-2 years old, neutered, microchipped, with all my shots. I love to play and would not mind having a brother or sister Westie. I have had my makeover and I have to tell you, I am one gorgeous pup! Are you the great family for me? XOXO Chance
Hi Everyone, My name is Stewey and I am a 22 lb, 3 year old altered male. I listen to commands and I really want to please. But sadly, I ended up at the shelter and no one came for me. My rescue angel brought me to WROC, and boy am I glad she did! Thank you Darlene! I got a bath which I enjoyed and I love to play with my foster brothers and resident Westies. My foster mom says that I am a clown! I love to play with dogs and people, I love to give kisses, will sit on your lap if you let me - which I really hope you do.
I really want a family of my own, so please get your application in soon! Love Stewey
Hi Everyone, I was adopted by Rocky & Pam. I have a wonderful Westie sister, Abby. They are the most amazing Westie parents ever. They remodeled their deck just for me. I love my new life so very much. Thank WROC! XOXO Tera
How you can help these adorable Westies:
We are always in need of foster homes, transporters, event volunteers, and donations to help defray our vet costs.
Please volunteer today or send a donation to:
9151 Atlanta Avenue, #5006
Huntington Beach, CA 92615.
Contact us today! We welcome your questions and queries. Email to:
Donate Other Items That We Need for our Rescues:
FOOD: California Natural Lamb & Rice, Sweet Potato/Fish, Chicken & Rice SHAMPOOS &
BATHING: Chlorhexiderm 4% Medicated Shampoo, Malaseb Medicated Shampoo, Bio-Groom Harsh Coat (blue color), OtiRinse Ear Cleaning Solution, 100% cotton white bath size towels
PET BEDS & CRATES & BEDDING: 24x18", round or rectangular beds, Midwest wire crates 24x18x21" carrier crates, 24x18x21", Midwest x-pens with x-pen tops, flannel crate pads, new flannel blankets, Lil Stinker pee pads
FLEA CONTROL: Frontline Plus, 0-22 pounds & 23-44 pounds, Advantage same dose
GIFT CERTIFICATES: Any denomination, any pet or on-line store, such as PetEdge, Petco, Petsmart, JB Pets.Gas cards are really needed and one our biggest expenses as we travel all of California to rescue our Westies.
COLLARS, LEASHES & TOYS: 4-6 foot leashes, collars, new squeaky or plush toys (no rawhide)FOOD: California Natural - Sweet Potato/Fish, Lamb STAMPS: Forever Stamps from the US post officeWROC WROC is not affiliated with any other Westie rescue group in the Southern CA area. We are the only recognized 501(c)(3) non profit corporation in California recognized by the West Highland White Terrier Club of America. All of our funds and efforts go to the rescue and support of our Westies.
Westie Rescue of Orange County is not affiliated with any other Westie rescue group in the Southern CA area. We are an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) non profit corporation and all of our funds and efforts go to the rescue and support of our Westies.