a 501(c)(3) non profit California corp, EIN #26-3124447
Rescue is their last chance,
So we will make it their best chance ~WROC
© 2006 Westie Rescue of Orange County & Beyond
© 2014 Westie Rescue of Orange County & Beyond
All of our rescues are fostered in private homes throughout California where they receive medical care and rehabilitation. Not all of our rescues are posted until they are ready for adoption as all rescues are evaluated by their foster home over a 2 - 4 week period or sometimes longer. When we place a rescue, we try to do everything we can to make this transition their very last.
Our website & Petfinder are constantly being updated so you can be assured that you are viewing dogs that are adoptable. Please note, we do NOT charge an application fee.
I am so lucky, a WROC supporter was volunteering at a shelter when I arrived as a stray. I was bedraggled, flea biiten, eyes infected, and my skin was red and crusty. She knew that the shelter environment was not good for me so she called WROC and they came for me the very next day. I am thriving with WROC. I love to walk and am very good on the leash. I learned the doggie door in less than a day. And most of all, I love to cuddle next to my people. I will give you a gentle little nudge just so you know I am there.
I have a condition called dry eye which means I do not have enough tears in my eyes. The simple solution is an eye drop twice a day. Everyone who meets me thinks that I am so cute and sweet. I am 6-7 years old, 16 pounds, and microchipped. Better send your application soon because I am sure to nudge my way into someone's heart very soon. XOXO Sweet Jessica
Hey there, my name is Richie and I am a 1-2 year old, 15 pound, neutered Westie.
Somehow I found myself in a San Diego shelter and the staff was nice enough to contact WROC. I am so lucky that WROC has volunteers all of California who are always willing to help. My rescue angel picked me up and the caravan began, landing me in Huntington Beach.
I am a very sweet boy and will cuddle right up to you. I am working on my leash and house training and with a little more time, I will be the perfect doggie. I am really smart and learned to use to doggie door all on my own.
Am I cute or what? Love Richie
My owners could not take care of me anymore, so they called WROC. I was not in very good shape and badly in need of grooming and a dental. Now I am looking very pretty and my teeth are sparkling clean. I am a sensitive little girl and would really like a doggie brother or sister to keep me company.
I am 6 years old, 16 pounds and spayed. I am house and leash trained and I love going on long walks. I am really looking forward to the new year and my very own special home. XOXO Annalee
Hi there, I am Wendy and I came to WROC because my family was moving and there was no room in the moving van for me. My feelings were hurt for about a day, because I am a party girl and party girls like to have fun! I was welcomed by my foster family and now I run circles around the other Westies. My foster Mom calls me the Energizer Bunny. I love walks in the park and my delicious new food, Highlander Hash.
I am approximately 8-9 years old, 14 pounds, spayed, my shots are current, and I am microchipped.
Poor little Billy was wasting away in a county shelter. He was grey, had mats the size of golf balls, his nails looked like hooks, and his eyes were almost glued shut from discharge. But WROC's volunteer was able to see past all of that and recognize him as a sweet Westie.
He did not complain at all as we chopped off the mats, cleaned his eyes and ears, and scrubbed him clean. Look what a beautiful Westie emerged...
Billy is approximately 8-9 years old, 19 pounds, neutered, microchipped and his shots are current. He also has sparkling clean teeth from his dental.
It's going to be a very Merry Christmas for Wally now that he is a WROC dog! Wally has some medical issues that we are addressing such as skin, ear and eye infections. These ailments will resolve in a few weeks now that he is on medication, getting nutritious meals twice a day and daily medicated soft brush baths. He's had his bloodwork done and will get a dental done when he's had a chance to recuperate. This little guy is a trooper! He was so appreciative of his bath and absolutely loved getting all the muck scrubbed off. He is a little love bug, so sweet and tender, and gets along beautifully with all of our other dogs. He's
such a sweetheart now that just think how even more amazing he is going to be when he's feeling better!
Wally is approximately 9-10 year old, and currently weighs 13 lbs. He is much too thin for his frame but we will get him to his optimal weight of 18-19 lbs. Watch the website for his updates. We will post his transformation regularly. Merry Christmas Wally! We are so happy you are here!
The Perry Fund - Established for our Seniors
The “Perry Fund” has been established in honor of this special and deserving Westie. Donations to this fund will assist in our mission to provide the best medical care for our seniors and others, and ensure their comfort while in our care.
Our Perry crossed the Rainbow Bridge on December 1, 2009. If you would like to donate in memory of Perry and for our seniors, click here to donate by Paypal: DONATE TO THE PERRY FUND
Please take a look at our very special page "The Perry Fund"
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 Califonia 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.
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