Boomer and Karma **ADOPTED**

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Will you open your heart and home to Boomer and/or Karma?

These two wonderful Westies are still looking for that person or family who will love them and take good care of them as they go through life.

Boomer is in our Walking Them Home program; at 15 years young, he is starting to slow down and needs a great home where he can live out the rest of his life. Lone Star Westie Rescue will pay for all of his medical and other needs for as long as needed. He’s a very sweet guy who loves belly rubs and attention. He can go on short walks. He does have some health issues, but those are being managed with medications.

Karma, at 13 years young, is still very active. She loves walks and squeaky toys. She’s a very healthy, spry girl! She will do best as the only pet in the home and no children.

Boomer and Karma have been together all of their lives. We would prefer that they stay in the same home where they are the only furkids, but we are open to the possibility of placing them separately if we can find the right homes for each.

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Boomer wanted to tell everyone our story, but I think I have a better handle on how this all works.  I’m Karma and I have never been without Boomer; he was all of 2 years old when I showed up.  We had a great life together for many years with the same family, but life happened and our circumstances changed then LSWR answered our mom’s call for help.   We saw the dogtor and went to our foster homes, but Boomer was sad without me.  His foster mom, my foster family and LSWR decided it would be best if we stayed together and now we are hanging in our foster home until our new forever family finds us!  Boomer was so relieved to see that he didn’t leave my side for 2 days. The dogtor says we are a good looking couple and in great health.

Now for the good part, me! I love to run, play, eat, and help my foster mom with gardening.  I’m irresistible and if you don’t think so, I’ll sit up on my hind quarters waving my paws to make sure you are not missing any cuteness. When the door opens to go out I’m first in line and second to the last one in. I thought I was a good swimmer, but I over estimated my abilities. It’s so hard to be humble when you have so much going for you.  I could go on about me, but I’d like to tell you about my older brother, Boomer. He’s a laid back Westie and loves….well me! He likes his belly rubbed, exploring the backyard, food and again me. He too sits on his hind quarters for dinner and treats, but hasn’t perfected the “paw waving” technique that I have mastered.  He’s a bit hard of seeing and uses me as a guide in new places.  Once he has the lay of the land there is no stopping him.

Please check out our pictures and video for more irresistible cuteness!!

Kisses and Cuddles,

Karma & Boomer

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Grace’s Happy Tail

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My Christmas wish came true and I was adopted by a great couple.  I can’t thank my foster family enough for all the great TLC they provided me.  They nursed me through after my surgery and then a dental. I was their first foster and they said I was just the most perfect little Westie girl.  I really liked my foster buddy, Deuce and he was a great Westie role model.

Thanks to LSWR and my wonderful foster family, Pam, Al & Deuce for saving me and giving me a wonderful start to a great New Year!!

XOXOXO
Grace

(Adopted) Chip Looking for His Furever Home:

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CHIP IS LOOKING FOR HIS FUREVER HOME:

Meet our newest intake at LSWR. He is currently in foster care after being rescued from a local shelter. Chip is approximately five years old, housebroken, and gets along with other dogs. His foster mom says that he is a sweet little boy. However, Chip has a little bit of work ahead of him because he wasn’t given his heart worm care and he now has to undergo treatment. He started his treatment on January 5th and is eager to find a home.

If you’re interested in adopting Chip, please complete our Online Application at http://www.facebook.com/LoneStarWestieRescue or at http://www.lswr.us

Yuki Needs a Furever Home:

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My name is Yuki. I am an eight year old owner surrender because my family fell on hard times and couldn’t give me the care I deserve. Luckily, Lone Star Westie Rescue came to my rescue. My foster mummy says that I am the sweetest, happiest, most perfect little girl. I am spayed, micro-chipped, and fully vetted. In about 10 days I will get my fangs cleaned and polished. I do have “dry eye” but foster mummy says I am a really good girl when she is doing my eye medicine routine. Keep checking on my progress. Now that I am in the safe arms of Lone Star Westie Rescue volunteers I can work on my getting back my “Westietude.” When my Westietude comes back I will probably have super hero skills like Wonder Woman.

I have been working on my cute look, sweet eye looks, sorry I rolled in poo look, and all the other Westie superhero skills I might need in the future. I have plenty of time to perfect my skills because I won’t get to rescue a human until my fangs are polished pearly white and clean. If you’re interested in adopting a future Westie superhero, get your application in now so Lone Star Westie Rescue can vet you, too.
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Jackson Needs a Furever Home

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Hello, Friends! I’m Jackson!

These Texas summers sure are hot. I know because I was found wandering the streets in the heat. A man picked me up and took me to a safe place, but no one came to take me back home, so Lone Star Westie Rescue saved me.

I am about 2 years old, a Westie imposter and a whopping 7 lbs! I need to be fattened up a bit, but that doesn’t slow me down! I have a lot of energy, especially in the morning after I wake up.

My new family will have to be patient and eager to train and coach me in proper behavior. I’m eager to please and I’m very smart and curious about learning. My foster Dad played a game with me called “sit” and in 5 minutes I was the winner. I even remembered how to play it again the next day! My new family will also need lots of time to interact with me because I’m more than just a lap dog – I am Super Dog, but I don’t have a cape yet.

I like other dogs and neighborhood patrols are the highlight of my day!

If you’re looking for a great little companion like me, why don’t you fill out the adoption application and let’s become a family!

Xoxo,
Jackson