8 Year Old Female in Southern California Needs a home

Lillie needs to find a home where she is the only dog.  She is very driven by dog toys and balls and doesn't play nicely with them.  She is warm and cuddly with people, as long as she is not distracted by toys.  She is in a temporary situation - and they will adopter her from their facility - contact Carlene King, dogspotca@gmail.com760-630-3647 .

Male Available in Florida

6 year old Male in SW Florida
Teddy is sweet 6 year old, 27 pounds neutered male. He was surrendered to us because he had a minor incident when he was left unattended in the same room with a 2 year old baby. Teddy is house broken and crate trained. Teddy gets along with all dogs but he suffers from a mild case of anxiety provoked by change, any change in his routine stresses him and he reacts by spinning. He also suffers from skin allergies and he is on a prescription diet. He loves running in the yard and playing with other gentle dogs. If you think you can give Teddy his forever home please contact Caryn Stevens & Matt O’Farrell at rescue@seaplumewelshterriers.com or 941-600-5299


Ruby Just Wants to Be HOME for Her Birthday

Wouldn't it be great if Ruby could celebrate her birthday in her very own forever home?  This sweet girl just turned seven but you'd never know it to look at her and walk with her.  She is eager to please, loves long walks and does well on-lead.  She has just a touch of that terrier spunk when it comes to ridding the world of squirrels, chipmunks and other small furry creatures.  She is reliable with her house training but, like any new dog, will need patience, a solid schedule and confinement to a small cheerful area until she realizes she is living in her forever home.

She came into WTCARES with improper treatment for allergies and, but her recent care has shown vast improvements. A long-term fish-based, grain-free diet and seasonal use of over-the-counter antihistamines will keep her in top form.

Ruby loves to cuddle and barks only when necessary (UPS man at the door!).  Several WTCARES members have spent time with Ruby and she has charmed them all. Ruby is clicking her heels as fast as she can. After all, "There is no place like home."

For more information, please contact complete an application and submit it to Carolyn Morris, ckbmorris@comcast.net, or Cindy Camp, cyn.camp1@gmail.com.

Darby is waiting for you in Kentucky!

Hi,

My name is Darby and I am looking for a forever home. For the last year, until rescued in December, I lived in the backyard of a house in Lexington (KY). I was left behind when my "temporary" mother moved. A neighbor fed me, but it was pretty lonely in that backyard, really hot and then really cold when winter and the snow came. I'm in a real "Welsh" home now and wonderfully clean "inside and out." My rescue parents are good to me, but they have a "basketball team" of dogs already so I think I need parents of my own.


I admit to being a "big boy" of almost 31 pounds, but I'm not obese. I'm really just a big, "cuddly bear." They say I am about 6-7 years old and my new vet agrees. I've been diagnosed with dry eye, but my vet has that under control.

Take a look at me in my new winter coat. Don't I look handsome?

I have had all my shots and I am ready for adoption. Please call or email if you would like to have me as your new friend. And, of course, make sure you have an adoption application on file with WTCARES, please.

Right now, I am living with Peggy and Tony Gaughan. You may reach them at 859-241-1051 or apgaughan@aol.com. I really want to watch the leaves change and celebrate the coming holidays in my very own home. Are you my forever home?

Sincerely,
Darby

Greet the New Day with Kikka

Kikka is a lovely senior female girl, small in size, and located in North Carolina. Originally from Finland, Kikka is an active senior at nearly 14 years of age. She loves to play with her toys, sit in laps, and snuggle with loved ones. She is in excellent health, but insists on going outside early each morning - generally by 6:30 a.m. - to "take care of business."

Kikka was raised with children. She is being rehomed because of changes in her family. While she is currently staying in a home kennel, she would much rather be in her own home. Kikka does need to be an only dog.

WTCARES is working with Kikka's current family to find her a new home. If you are interested in giving her the home she deserves after many loyal years, please contact Bob and Pat Peters at 918-556-6828 or by email at petlpat@aol.com. The Peters are easiest to reach by phone in the evenings.