NeckHugs CollarBryce

Bryce loves her Neck Hug collar. It's better than a stiff Elizabethan color. They wash up nicely, effective and have cute fabric designs. Bryce lays her head on the donut as a pillow. Wag Tail Farms donated two for little Bryce.

Get a 5% discount with promo code WROC7 and 10% of the purchase is given to Westie Recue of California.

Westie Rescue of CA and seven Western states, is a charitable and educational private independent not-for-profit organization. As our Mission Statement indicates, we are active in providing public breed education, rescue services, foster rehabilitation, animal training, Terrier knowledgeable, and often times, life-saving medical care, and placement in approved forever homes. Our rescues come from every walk of life; owner surrendered, shelter found, abused, abandoned, neglected, puppy mill raids, professional referrals or otherwise — any Westie-in-Need.

Our Founding Directors have more than 75+ years dedication to the breed they love. We are the oldest and largest independent Westie Rescue within the state and possibly the West Coast, garnering a stellar reputation along the way as relentless caretakers of the breed. We applaud our hundreds of dedicated volunteers, adopters and loving Westie owners who give back to the breed. Our breed gives such joy, laughter and often tears along the paw-path of life. Our organization has a long association with the WHWT Club of CA and WHWT Club of America.

BRAVO and KUDOS to those who make a difference in the life of a rescued Westie.

Urgent: Westie in Need
Bryce upon rescueUpon Rescue

Bryce, serious ear problems

Under normal examination in the Vet office, the ear canals cannot even be seen. She had a huge abscess burst on December 5, 2013 which has been problematic since and was hospitalized by the "owner family designated caregiver." They wanted to do surgery then but the owner's daughter refused (she has Power Of Attorney). A "drain" was placed in the right side of her cheek and kept for 10 days (maximum usually). After it came out, the track was still draining disgusting pus. However, the daughter took Bryce out of the hospital and placed her in a boarding kennel. No medical treatment was provided nor intervention was done since the hospitalization. They just dumped her on WRCA March 2, 2014! She arrived filthy with a smelly, disgusting e-collar and a crate that reeked of feces, which we threw out!

Bryce getting betterAwaiting Surgery

Bryce is taking two different antibiotics targeting different tissue and affected areas at the same time. We opted for this method because it will take a while for us to fund raise for the cost of both ears; received estimates of $3,350 per ear! Her ear situation requires only TECA (Total Ear Canal Ablation) in both ears. We are reaching out to all our contacts, even the University of California-Davis Veterinarian School in hopes they will take her on as a teaching surgery patient for their specialty students. In the meantime, we are trying to make her comfortable, still keeping the warm compresses on the drain track and keeping our paws crossed that we can fund raise quickly to get this little "special" sweetie some comfort very, very soon.

Please help with a donation to Westie Rescue of California to assist in these mounting medical costs for Bryce.

Westie Rescue of CA also serves: AZ, OR, NV, UT, ID, NM, and WA

The national Westie Foundation is seeking volunteers to provide Westie DNA mouth swabs for several of their Grant studies. Would you like to participate? Find out more