One of the biggest challenges to a rescue is the financial cost of veterinarian care for incoming dogs. Many times a Westie is dumped at a shelter due to health and skin issues, or due to aging, or we have the never ending stream of dogs being retired from commercial breeding kennels. Many of these Westies require complete veterinary care, from initial vaccinations to spay/neuter surgeries and accompanying dentals. We often find ourselves having to keep a Westie in foster care a little longer due to the need for another round of antibiotics to help clear up an infection. Basic heartworm preventative, flea and tick medications and regular worming products all are part of the basic care delivered to Westies coming into our program. It is with the most sincere appreciation that we say "Thank You" to our financial donors; we could not do this without your generosity, caring and support.

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Quincy came to us from a shelter as a stray.  The only thing we knew about him was we could count every rib and every backbone on him.  He was missing quite a bit of hair, had some skin issues and was a complete cuddlebug. After vet care and a series of medicated baths Quincy now has a thick coat of hair and significant weight gain.