We love to see our 'Retirees' go to good and loving furr-ever homes. Our dogs are beautiful, sweet, and affectionate individuals, and they deserve to have a home where they are the one and only love of someone's heart. They've shared enough, long enough. It pleases us greatly to offer them, as well-loved and spoiled rotten pets to those who will appreciate such lovely belles and handsome beaus.
The retirees will be up to date on all shots and wormer, and are microchipped. They are in good health, have been spayed or neutered, and are good natured, loving pets. They are NOT house broken, though most are very well crate trained. When they are in the house, they are kept in a training crate (English Mastiff size 3 ft wide x 4 1/2 ft deep x 4 ft tall). They come out of their crate and straight out the doggie door to go potty and play in the fenced exercise yard. They have never been given the opportunity to get in the trash, chew up my shoes, dig a hole in the couch, etc. They have rarely been on a leash because they have been allowed to run free in a fenced area their whole life. We live on a dead-end dirt road, so they have seen very little traffic, and they don't see a lot of strangers ... so you will have to teach them those lessons. Since they have always been here, with me, they will be slow to warm up to their new home, and I'm sure, will be quite confused for a while. The previous Westies that we have sent to new homes seem to take at least 2 months to really acclimate to their new environments. I think they think they have been kidnapped! You will have to be patient with them, and understand that these are drastic changes for doggies that have spent their entire lives in one place with one 'main lady'.
We ask a $100 re-homing fee for our retirees. I want a vet reference, so be prepared to send me your vet's phone number and address. Tell your vet to expect my call and give the vet permission to speak candidly to me about you and the care you give your animals. We also ask that you tell us about yourself, your home, and the future you can offer. If you live far away and want the lady or gent flown to you, you should expect to pay for the transportation expense (~$400). I will gladly make those arrangements, handle the red tape and happily take them to the airport. All you have to do is pick them up and spend the rest of their life loving and caring for them.
The cost of air travel, including air fare, travel crate, vet check, etc, and my trip to the airport will be $400. If you can come to my home to pick them up, or meet me at the Little Rock, Arkansas airport on a Friday morning, there is no transportation cost (or travel crate or vet check, etc).
Blondie: DOB 04/22/2014 ~ Female ~ Blind in one eye ~ Blondie & Poppy have always been together, and she sort of works as his eye ... I would prefer that Blondie and Poppy stay together.
Poppy: DOB 07/05/2015 ~ Male ~ We had one eye removed, but we believe he can see a little out of the remaining eye
The pictures below are of Blondie. I haven't taken any pictures of Poppy. The first 6 pictures are of Popeye, and the last 3 pictures are of Blondie. If you click on the small picture, the bigger picture will open. If you right click the bigger picture, you can see the filename, and the files are named after the dogs.
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The 'doggie eye specialist' told us that this was caused by an infection in the mother's uterus. It caused the puppies' eyes to get ulcers, some of which could not be healed, even with the best antibiotics the vet had.
As with all of my retirees, they are microchipped, spayed or neutered, wormed, vaccinated, and in excellent health. They have had their flea & tick preventative, heart worm preventative, and wormer every month of their life.
If you can give one of them a good, loving home, send me an email telling me about it.