Other Small Breeds
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West Highland Terrier
9 years of age
Susieís foster mom loves Westies so imagine her surprise to get a call just before Thanksgiving Day, asking if she could take in this dear little angel.
They love her to pieces. She is an excellent ambassador of the breed without the digging and barking. She lived with an elderly woman all of her life and spent most of her time inside and had some trouble adjusting to life living like the other Westies in her foster home. They spend a lot of time out of doors walking, playing, and digging up phantom moles.
Susie is in excellent health and did not come from a puppy mill. She does not have skin issues, eye issues, allergy issues. We gave her a full senior physical. Her blood work is good, her radiology report denotes nothing abnormal. She had a dental with X rays and had zero extractions.
She is a lovely little girl.
is fostered in Kirkland WA and will be moving to Olympia so if you are
interested in a north centric dog, send us an email to Furbaby
Rescue for application.
Ages 10 and 8
3 pounds each
Meet our newest ďtiniesĒ. Joey and Bruno are an adorable pair of Pomerians whose human ďmamaĒ just passed away a few weeks ago. A caregiver who truly ďcaredĒ about these dogs drove them way up north to Kirkland so that they could escape the trauma of a shelter.
We are just delighted with these little fellows. They are affectionate, friendly, and really fun to have around.
Bruno is the older of the two and has a cute teddy bear cut. Heís pretty quiet. Joey has the typical Pom look, is 8, and is quite vocal when he has something important to say.
They are pretty close and at less than 7 pounds total, itís kind of like just having ONE small dog.
They really should weigh closer to 4.5 pounds each and we are working on putting on some weight.
They have had a full senior physical. Their blood work and X rays and radiology report are all great. They both needed a good dental cleaning with some extractions and X rays, and they have had all of that and are ready to go to their new home.
Whether you are a Pomeranian lover or just like really tiny dogs with some personality, these could be your new best friends.
Caution: tiny dogs can squeeze through a hole in a fence the size of a lemon (argh! We have seen this feat too often).
and Bruno are fostered in Kirkland Washington.
For application email Furbaby Rescue
8 years old
am submitting my doggy resume for consideration of having the job of best friend
Going on walks, car rides and indulging in treats and Iím not overweight
so note that I said treats with an ďsĒ as in multiple. In fact, I could
stand to gain a pound or two. Anyone jealous of that?
CLEARANCE: I will alert you with some
barks if a stranger comes over but will settle down with you assuring me
itís OK for that person to enter.
REQUESTED: Very secure fencing will
be needed because Iím so tiny I can slip through a 3Ē opening. True story.
Hey, another idea for a new name - Houdini!
SECURITY: Iím fine with other smaller
dogs. Iím a pocket sized dog, easy to carry so I could go with you anywhere.
Iíll attach myself to you like velcro but will be friendly towards all
others. Oh, while this belongs in the private bedroom talk category, *giggle* I
will sleep on a doggie bed but would really prefer to sleep with you
especially with the cold winter weather and my tiny size.
CONTACT ME to present your resume for a
in Blaine, WA email Furbaby Rescue
11 months old
Meet Lovely Little Star!
This darling girl has been in foster care a little over a week now and is settling in very nicely. She was released into rescue because her previous owners purchased her not realizing how busy, busy puppies can be and the requirements needed for training etc. She is very much a normal busy little girl as can be expected from a puppy of this age and she has much to learn since she was never properly socialized. She loves, loves people! She's currently enrolled in housebreaking 101 and is so far getting a B++! Good girl Star! She doesn't know any commands other than 'sit' and doesn't realize that means longer than 1.3 seconds! The 'come' (recall) command is coming, but she's not quite there yet with reliability. To her that means a not so funny to her foster family, a fun game of 'keep away'! We are working on that with lots and lots of cookies! Star is a very loving girl that just needs direction and rules and lives to snuggle with her human as often as possible. True to Poodle form! She does use her voice to let her needs be known or to warn of noises we may need to take notice of.
Lovely Star will need a family familiar with the time and work it takes to train a puppy. She was not exposed to other dogs in her past life and is very shy at first, but gets better with that everyday. Puppy classes would be great for her to keep learning new things from other dogs! She loves, loves to play and is truly a delightful puppy! We are enjoying having her in our home for fostering! As noted, she will not be placed into a new home with children under the age of 12 yrs old. Also, until she is reliable with the 'come' command, families with a securely fenced yard will get preference.
Star will bring much joy into the lives of any family lucky enough to adopt her and bring her into their home. She's a love bug! Star is being fostered in Sedro Woolley, WA.
For application email Sandra
2 years old
Darby had a rough start in life but his fortune became much brighter once he
made his way into rescue! He and several other dogs had been living out in
a filthy shed and the man in charge of their care was negligent and abusive to
them in so many ways. Along with being dangerously under weight, it was
found his blood work was not spot on before we performed his neuter. Upon
these findings we did all of the diagnostics/tests necessary and treated him for
an infection until his values returned to normal. Darby has gained the
weight were he should be and is now healthy are ready to go out into his new
home. He is a very shy guy and would benefit from having another dog
of similar size in his new life to help him continue to build self confidence.
Taking him to class for socializing and exposure may also be helpful to help him
in his new life. He does prefer his foster mom and bonded very quickly to
her and he will need a little more time and patience to help him learn to trust
men again. That will come with positive experiences we would hope.
It was not his fault what happened to him.
that has met Darby comments on how super sweet he is considering his past
background. He's just still a bit unsure of himself. Currently he is
learning to walk on a leash so a fenced yard would be best for him at this time.
His beautiful spirit becomes quite evident as he zooms around the yard at
warp speed and his old life for the moment is forgotten. This is his
new world!!! He is truly enjoying his new freedom and fortunate jail
break from that horrible prison he was living in. We are so proud of
the progress he has made during his stay in foster care.
is a love and just needs to learn to trust again and learn about the world
around him. He gets along great with dogs similar in size as well.
Once he bonds with his new owner he will be a snuggle bug for life!
Need a lap ornament? This just might be your little man if you are
willing to have a little patience with him while he learns the world is a much
better place than where he was!
Fostered in Sedro Woolley, WA email Sandra for application
10 years old
out there!!!! Is anyone reading the write ups? Yes??? Oh good, so I can
share that Iím looking for a wonderful new life with a very special person or
two and youíll take time to see if youíre interested in me?
see how many questions you can answer ďyesĒ to and weíll go from
you understand how it is to love food so much that you have to really exercise
will power to maintain good health? Can you help me do that?
you happen to go for walks and would you be willing to take me and let me
explore and sniff around? Iíd do the same for you, not that youíd want to
sniff around. *wink*
you like to see me ďdanceĒ for cookies? Yes? Oh, I forgot, food
control. Well, we can handle that, right?
you have a cat in residence? Hmmmmm - Iíve tried to play with cats but most of
them just run and then I can eat their food. How is it I keep returning to the
subject of food? *burp*
you like me to bark just enough to alert you to prowlers or strangers and then I
will be quiet? Done deal!
you happen to have an RV so we could go south for the winter or at least do some
traveling together? I can already see myself looking out the windows as we
travel along. But if you donít have an RV, car rides would be just fine.
much for the questions. Now the facts, plain and simple. I like belly rubs, raw
bones and raw vegetables. Bet you never thought youíd hear that from a dog! I
like sleeping on the bed with my human. While Iíve gotten along with the
foster dogs that come and go in this foster house, Iím really saying my doggy
prayers that I might be able to be an only dog for the rest of my life. Probably
my only negative is I get nervous when people reach for my head. Itís a thing
in my past but at the same time most dog trainers teach humans that thereís a
better way to reach for a dog to pet them than going straight for the head so I
think Iím normal. Yup, Iím more normal than most dogs. One last thing, My
foster mom has worked hard to find the perfect diet for me to protect me from
bladder stones. That is so awesome of her because I feel GREAT! Iím good to go
for another decade. Care to join me?
Fostered in Bellingham, WA email Sandra for application
I will never know the loneliness I hear in the barks of the other dogs 'out
I can sleep soundly, assured that when I wake my world will not have changed.
I will never know hunger, or the fear of not knowing if I'll eat.
I will not shiver in the cold, or grow weary from the heat.
I will feel the sun's heat, and the rain's coolness,
and be allowed to smell all that can reach my nose.
My fur will shine, and never be dirty or matted.
Here in this house...
There will be an effort to communicate with me on my level.
I will be talked to and, even if I don't understand,
I can enjoy the warmth of the words.
I will be given a name so that I may know who I am among many.
My name will be used in joy, and I will love the sound of it!
Here in this house...
I will never be a substitute for anything I am not.
I will never be used to improve peoples' images of themselves.
I will be loved because I am who I am, not someone's idea of who I should
I will never suffer for someone's anger, impatience, or stupidity.
I will be taught all the things I need to know to be loved by all.
If I do not learn my lessons well, they will look to my teacher for blame.
Here in this house...
I can trust arms that hold, hands that touch...
knowing that, no matter what they do, they do it for the good of me;
If I am ill, I will be doctored.
If scared, I will be calmed.
If sad, I will be cheered.
No matter what I look like, I will be considered beautiful and thought to be
I will never be cast out because I am too old, too ill, too unruly, or not
My life is a responsibility, and not an afterthought.
I will learn that humans can almost, sometimes, be as kind and as fair as
Here in this house...
I will belong.*
* I will be home. *
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