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Rescue Me ID: 17-06-15-00183Spike (male)

Scottish Terrier    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Black, loves everyone, gets jealous and like attention.

 Adoption Fee: 25.00$ Animal Location:

Collin County Plano, TX MAP IT!

Contact:
Bryan Cooper 972-489-5046

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Rescue Me ID: 17-05-11-00584KATIE (female)

Scottish Terrier Mix    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current, Heartworm Positive 

    'ۢ We have LOTS of precious fur babies available for adoption, please come meet them at the Addison PetSmart - 3800 Belt Line, Addison, TX 75001 - every Saturday and Sunday from 1-6. Our adoption fees include a grooming with nail trim - all vaccines - deworming - a complete health check - a HW test if old enough - microchip - rabies - spay/neuter - and a PetSmart adoption starter kit that includes $5 off a six-month supply of HW preventative - a free %BD-hour private training session with a PetSmart accredited pet trainer - a free bag of food - a free doggie day camp session - a free overnight stay in a PetSmart PetsHotel - a free vet ... (Read More)exam at Banfield - grooming coupons - over $400 of coupons/savings - and MUCH MORE! We have a two-step adoption process. First, you submit an application, which is presented to our Board for approval or rejection. If approved, a home check is done, and if that passes - you adopt which includes a 1-week trial period, if - for any reason during that first week, the adoption is not working out, you can return the dog for a full refund of your adoption fee. ))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))PS - WE NEED FOSTER HOMES FOR ANIMALS! Fosters are the backbone of animal rescue. In most EVERY shelter - in most EVERY county - in most EVERY city - animals r being euthanized (KILLED) daily due to overcrowding - dog - cat - large - small - male - female - puppy - kitten - old - young. We cannot save them without foster homes. APPROXIMATELY ONE OUT OF THREE ANIMALS THAT ENTER A SHELTER IS EUTHANIZED. These healthy sweet pets would have made great companions. Don't know what fostering is? Briefly - it is babysitting an animal until it is adopted. FOSTERING IS FREE TO DO! Most rescues cover all expenses for fosters, and anything they do not cover is tax-deductible. If u cannot foster - please ask your friends and family to. If u want more information - Google 'animal fostering.' I'm begging - it's only temporary but lives can't be saved unless people step up - PLEASE - shelters are overflowing - when you foster one animal - you save two lives - the one you foster and the one that gets his/her space in the shelter. If you can/will foster - let me know, I thank you - and the animals thank you! PS - Have you ever dreamed of helping a rescue but don't have the time, space, or just plain don't know what to do? At your pet limit? Allergic? Can't have pets where you live? Well - how about becoming a VIRTUAL FOSTER... You can choose a minimum amount of $10 a month to 'virtually' foster a homeless animal of your choice (of course, a larger sum would be happily accepted and appreciated). What does Virtual Foster mean? Our foster fur babies typically have many veterinary bills, as this is the nature of being rescued. There are also other expenses related to the ongoing care and rehab of fosters. As a Virtual Foster, your donation will go towards the vetting - medical care, and general care of the animal you have chosen. Your donation will go a LONG way in ensuring a foster dog receives the needed care and attention! In return for your kind donation, you will receive a periodic update on the progress of your foster. Once your foster is adopted, you will be notified so that you can choose another animal to virtually foster. If you genuinely cannot adopt or foster, there are still other ways to help. Sponsor an adoption or medical treatment. Volunteer your time - drive for transports, rescue groups always need dogs transported from one place to the next. Donate money, our rescue is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit, all donations are tax deductible. Educate - spread the word about the need for fosters. Sign up for notifications from your local rescue group or shelter, and share the animals in need on social media, there are so many ways to help - thank you, please share this post (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $175 Animal Location:

CODY'S FRIENDS ADDISON
3800 Belt Line
Collin County Addison, TX 75001 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-05-04-00298Muttley (male)

Scottish Terrier Mix    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Very Submissive 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Hi there! My name is Muttley but my friends and family call me Mutt. On March 27, 2012 I selected my current family. They were not home when I arrived but I hung around the rest of the day until they came home. Some other people in the park tried to convince me to come to them but I refused all efforts and just waited. Boy, were they surprised when they came home and I bounded up to their truck with an, 'Here I am!' attitude. I knew my choice was the right one and I had my new home almost immediately. They just didn't know it yet. They petted and talked to me while discussing whether to keep me for a while but there was never a doubt in my ... (Read More)mind or heart they would keep me. When they took me inside and my new brother, Bear, didn't even bark or growl they sure were surprised but I wasn't. Bear had been lonely since he lost his sister and was glad to have another dog in his life again. I not only gained a canine brother, I gained two feline brothers as well. The cats were standoffish at first but we soon became friends, too. I heard people remark I was unusual and Mom joked I was part Rhodesian Ridgeback because of the long hair in front and on part of my back but the rear half as javelina because of the ticked silver and black wiry, short hair. Mom and Dad never knew anything of my former life but they suspected I had been abused. Their care brought me out of my fear of being hit or kicked so I stopped cringing from hands and feet. I was housebroken when I came to them. There are some commands I respond to but I was not formally trained. I love everyone and everything. My health has been excellent. I dine on kibble at will and Mom gives me either coconut or olive oil followed by a treat every night before bed. I get another treat every time I go out and do my business. Sometimes I steal cat food crumbs when the cats knock them on the floor. There is a remnant of my old life I have not given up. I enjoy eating some insects, acorns and dried cactus pads. I love people food but Mom restricts me to a couple of bites occasionally. Then Dad started having trouble walking. Our walks were shorter and less frequent. He went away overnight and when he came home the next day he was different. I heard Mom say something about a knee replacement, dementia and anesthesia. The next afternoon he went away in a strange vehicle. He never came back to live with us. Mom's routine changed from that time on. One day she took me to the vet to get my shots then we went to a strange place where I saw Dad for the first time in a while. There were lots of strangers there but I offered my friendship to all of them. Dad was delighted and couldn't quit petting and talking to me. We had a wonderful visit that ended too soon for both of us. Mom took me back a few times but it was difficult for her to lift me into the car, so she started bringing Dad home to visit us once in a while. Suddenly Dad's visits stopped and Mom was only gone every other day. I didn't know Dad had been moved further from home until Mom took me to see him again. Mom still takes me as often as she can but it is really hard for her to get me in the car. Bear and I take turns visiting Dad and the other people where he lives now. I watched Mom suffer with her back more and more after Dad stopped living with us. She didn't sleep as well and I listened to her sounds of pain from one sunrise to the next. Then the sounds of pain sounded all day and all night. Again our walks shortened and her steps were less sure. I cuddle her at night and show her all the love I can. Bear and I cuddle her close at night between her bouts of pain. Her sadness deepens more and more. I sense my time with my beloved family is growing short and hear Mom talk of assisted living. . I hope there is another family who will love, pamper and understand me like Mom and Dad have. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $10 Animal Location:

San Patricio County Mathis, TX MAP IT!

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Wanda Gray 3614451373

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Scottish Terrier in Texas
    Scottish Terrier Dogs can make good pets in Texas if they match your IifestyIe. The Scottish Terrier, or Scottie, is a small, typically black, bearded Terrier. Scotties are bold, winsome dogs that are bursting with personality. Scotties are known for being rather temperamental and changeable. Scottish Terriers are willful but also sensitive to harsh training. Obedience training should start early and be consistent and kind. Scotties make good companions for families with older kids. A Scottish Terrier can live in an apartment with enough exercise.

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    Scottish Terriers are usually used as pets, but were originally working dogs bred to hunt animals in their dens. The first Scottish Terriers were bred around the turn of the eighteenth century in Scotland. Modern Scotties date back to Victorian times. Scotties are often groomed with long hair covering their legs, making them appear to be very close to the ground.

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Dallas County - Carrollton 75011
SNYP (Spay/Neuter Your Pet) 214-349-SNYP

Denton County - Flower Mound 75027
Animal Rescue League 972-420-0641

Denton County - Flower Mound 75028
Flower Mound Humane Society 972-691-PETS

Denton County - Lewisville 75029
Animal Mobile Medical Services 940-686-0134

Collin County - McKinney 75070
SPCA of Texas Perry Spay/Neuter Clinic 214-742-7722

Dallas County - Richardson, TX 75083
PAL (Protective Animal League) 972-881-1981

Kaufman County - Crandall 75104
Kaufman County Animal Awareness Program 972-472-3500

Dallas County - Dallas 75207
SPCA of Texas Martin 214-742-7722

Dallas County - Dallas, Texas 75220
KittiCo Spay/Neuter Clinic Dallas 214-826-6903

Dallas County - Dallas 75220
Kittico's Community Cares 214-826-6903

Dallas County - Dallas 75224
SPCA of Texas Village Fair 214-742-7722

Dallas County - Dallas, Texas 75227
Dallas Animal Services 214-670-8246

Dallas County - Dallas 75229
Spay Neuter Your Pet 214-349-7697

Dallas County - Dallas, Texas 75240
Feral Friends 972-671-0429

Dallas County - Dallas 75379
Help For Helpless Animals 972-424-4860

Gregg County - Longview 75605
SNIP-PETS 903-753-7387

Johnson County - Cleburne, Texas 76033
Cleburne Animal Shelter 817 648 0650

Tarrant County - Azle, TX 76098
Azle Animal Shelter Humane Association 866-310-7387

Tarrant County - Fort Worth 76103
Humane Society of North Texas 817-332-4768

Tarrant County - Fort Worth, TX 76120
KittiCo Spay/Neuter Shuttle 214-826-6903

Denton County - Denton 76201
Texas Coalition for Animal Protection 940-566-5551

Denton County - Denton, Texas 76202
Humane Society 940-382-PETS

Denton County - Roanoke, TX 76262
North Texas Spay Neuter Coalition 877-FIX-SPOT

Denton County - Roanoke 76262
Metroport Humane Society 817-491-9499

Wichita County - Wichita Falls, TX 76305
Humane Society of Wichita County 940-855-4941

Bell County - Temple, Texas 76503
Assn. for a Pet Adoption Center 254-298-5732

McLennan County - Waco 76710
Animal Birth Control Clinic 254-776-7303

McLennan County - Waco, Texas 76710
Waco Humane Society 254-399-9883

Brown County - Brownwood, Texas 76801
Corinne T Smith Animal Center 325-646-0617

Tom Green County - San Angelo, Texas 76905
Humane Society of Tom Green County 325-653-8056

Harris County - Houston 77007
Fund for Animals 281-863-0010

Harris County - Houston, Texas 77007
Texas State Animal Friendly Account 713-862-3863

Harris County - Houston, TX 77007
SNAP Houston Surgery Clinic 713-863-0010

Harris County - Houston, Texas 77024
Houston SPCA Spay and Neuter Clinic 713-869-7722

Harris County - Houston, TX 77053
Houston Humane Society Clinic 713-433-6421

Harris County - Houston, TX 77079
The Greater Good 281-496-5983

Harris County - Houston, Texas 77244
Spay/Neuter Assistance Program 713-522-2337

Harris County - Houston, Texas 77245
Houston Humane Society 713-433-6453

Harris County - Houston, Texas 77270
SNAP Houston Mobile Clinic 713-520-2337

Harris County - Houston, TX 77277
Homeless Pet Placement League 713-862-7387

Polk County - Livingston 77351
SPCA of Polk County 936-967-2287

Montgomery County - Conroe 77385
Montgomery County Animal Control 936-442-7738

Galveston County - La Marque, Texas 77568
Saving Animals' Animal Alliance Clinic 409-933-1600

Jefferson County - Beaumont, TX 77707
Life Force Operation Spay 409-838-0072

Bexar County - San Antonio, Texas 78207
Animal Resource Center 210-351-7729

Bexar County - San Antonio 78209
Spay/Neuter Assistance Program II 713-862-3863

Bexar County - San Antonio, Texas 78212
SNAP San Antonio Mobile Clinic 210-673-7722

Bexar County - San Antonio 78217
Animal Defense League 210-655-1481

Hays County - Kyle, Texas 78640
PAWS (Public for Animal Welfare Shelter) 512-268-1611

Williamson County - Leander, TX 78641
Humane Society of Williamson County 512-260-3602

Travis County - Austin 78702
EmanciPet Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic 512-587-SPAY

Travis County - Austin 78702
EmanciPet Free Spay/Neuter Program 512-587-SPAY

Travis County - Austin 78702
EmanciPet Spay/Neuter Clinic 512-587-7729

Travis County - Austin, TX 78723
Animal Trustees of Austin Spay/Neuter Clinic 512-450-0111

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