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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-14-00114Willa-Sanctuary Sweeth (female)

Westie    Age: Adult

Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Any literature aficionado is familiar with Willa Cather, known for her writings reflecting the starkness of life on the Nebraska Plains. We chose the name Willa as this sweet soul embodies the sometimes harsh life in the Midwest. Like many of the characters featured in her namesake's novels, Willa had to overcome high odds and many obstacles to get to her foster home. When she entered our care, we had lab work performed as part of the vetting process. Her red blood cell count was abnormal as it was low, then stable, but could change. Because her diagnosis is unknown at this time and the vet feels it would be potentially detrimental to her ... (Read More)to perform more invasive procedures, we have placed Willa with super people who will care for her indefinitely. Today Willa is comfortable, happy and loved by her foster family. A small contribution of $25 will help provide the medication, supplements, dog food and veterinary treatments needed to keep her healthy and happy while she lives out her life as a sanctuary sweetheart. She will remain in the care of Wag N Train Terrier Rescue for the rest of her life. Your donation is greatly appreciated. (Less)

     Animal Location:

Wag N Train Terrier Rescue
Douglas County Nebraska


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Rescue Me ID: 17-02-22-00067Oliver (male)

Westie    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current, Fearful/Anxious 

    Hey! My name is Oliver and I'm looking for my forever family. I'm approximately two years old and I really love having canine buddies in my foster home and would enjoy having a fur sibling in my new home as well. I'm a freedom-loving kind of guy, so I need a fenced-in yard to romp around in because, well, I haven't developed an affinity for that long thing you clip to my harness (yet). I didn't have an idyllic puppyhood. I'm really proud of my progress learning about potty schedules and stuff like that. Since my foster parents keep telling me I'm a super special guy, I admit I'm going to selective about my new home. Treats, toys, and a ... (Read More)fluffy bed are MUSTS! And, the rescue volunteers say, like any terrier, I would benefit from school (I stick my tongue out at that plan!), but, I guess it's in my best interest%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD'%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD%BD|and, maybe I'd learn to like that walking-attached-to-you thing a ma jig. Oliver will do best in a home with no children (of any age) and with a resident dog to show him the ropes. Suggested adoption donation for Oliver is $400 and goes toward the high cost of veterinary care for our foster dogs. Wag N Train Terrier Rescue adopts only to people living in states neighboring Nebraska and requires the adopter to travel to Omaha, NE to pick up their newly adopted dog. We do not transport or fly our rescue dogs. A securely fenced yard is necessary to adopt one of our terriers. Please note, invisible or underground fencing is not considered secure or appropriate containment for terriers.Adoption applications can be found at (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $400 Animal Location:

Wag N Train Terrier Rescue
Douglas County Nebraska


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PIease Read Before Adopting a Westie in Nebraska
    Westie Dogs can make good pets in Nebraska if they match your IifestyIe. The West Highland White Terrier, or Westie, is a spirited little white dog. Westies are very sociable, good with children, and can be socialized to get along with other pets. Male Westies may not get along well with other males, and Westies may chase cats. This breed can live in an apartment if it gets enough exercise.

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    Westies are simply Cairns bred for their white coats. Westies come from Argyll, Scotland. Westies originated through an accident of genetics when a Cairn delivered white puppies in its litter.

Related pages:

Westie Rescue

Nebraska Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

Nemeha County - Auburn 68305
Hearts United for Animals 402-274-3679

Gage County - Beatrice, Nebraska 68310
Beatrice Humane Society 402-228-9100

Lincoln County - North Platte, NE 69103
Paws-itive Partners Humane Society 308-650-7297

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