Col Potter Cairn Terrier Rescue

Liotta: A Happy Go Lucky Boy

by Lee Juslin

Liotta was picked up on the street by a shelter. Because he looked like a Westie or Cairn, the shelter called Col. Potter with whom they had a good relationship. But, with his rangy build, long legs, and his non-Cairn weight of twenty-three pounds, Col. Potter feels he has no Cairn in him. Nevertheless, the Cairn rescue took him in, and he went to Lynne, an experienced foster parent.

Shaken, Not Stirred

by Lee Juslin

Martini is a Cairn mix that came into Col. Potter because his elderly owners died. They had originally adopted him from a local rescue and, over the years, provided him with a loving home. Martini at about twenty-five pounds is larger than the Cairn standard and has longer legs. He is about five years old.

Turn Key Dog

by Lee Juslin

Captain Jack is an older Westie, but this fifteen-year-old has a lot of life left. He is a happy boy whose smile and wagging tail light up a room. When he came to Caryl to be fostered, he adapted immediately. He walked right in with his tail wagging, and that well-known Westie smile on his adorable face. The captain came from a military family, and when a new baby with special needs was expected, they decided they couldn’t handle him anymore. Caryl suspects they didn’t want to be bothered and didn’t want to spend the money on him.

Together Forever We Two

by Lee Juslin

Jamison and Jaybee are two miniature Schnauzers looking for their forever home. They are very bonded so must be placed together. In fact, Dalton, their foster dad, says he has never seen two dogs more attached, and he has fostered a lot of dogs for Col. Potter Cairn Terrier Rescue.



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