WIRE FOX TERRIER RESCUE MIDWEST
Off The Wire
Each Rescue Mission by Wire Fox Terrier Rescue Midwest is cherished and memorable in our hearts and were a true labor of love. WFTRM rescues over 80 dogs each year and below are only a few stories to reflect our passion and dedication over the years. We are truly grateful to all our supporters and volunteers who make all of our rescue missions a success.
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Wire Fox Terrier Rescue Midwest was contacted by Dog Fancy Magazine to feature in an Article for their December 2013 Issue. Each month they feature a Rescue Organization they feel is newsworthy and making a difference in the rescue world. WFTRM was honored to have been chosen and to receive recognition for our tireless work and accomplishments in an International Magazine going out to over 2 million readers.
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Special Needs and Puppy Mill Rescues are a great undertaking both physically and financially. The veterinary work, procedures, special surgeries and specialists needed are very expensive. They are not desirable rescue missions for many orgnaizations and shelters due to lack of funding, help and the dedication and nurturing needed for these dogs. WFTRM could not make these rescue missions come to fruition and with successful outcomes without the support of our volunteers and generosity of our contributors.
The Ten Tiny Terriers Puppy Mill Rescue in October of 2014 had generated over $14,000 just in veterinary bills. Click Collage at Left to View Details and how these rescues add up to big financial commitment
Approximately 9 out of every 10 Applicants state:
"I just lost my Wire Fox Terrier and I do not want to go through the heartache again so soon so that is why I am wanting to adopt only a very young dog".
Dogs have a short life span and going through the heartache of losing them is a reality and part of dog ownership. If it is too much to bear - then do not get a dog.
Rescue is about opening your heart and home to an animal who has lost its home, abandoned, abused or neglected. They are young and old with varying personalities and quirks. Your reward is having a pet that will love you unconditionally and give back ten fold to you for adopting them.
SO THE QUESTION IS: What should be done with adult and senior rescues if everyone is so focused on a young dog? Not rescue them? Leave them at the Shelter or Animal Control for them to decide their fate?
PUPPY MILL RESCUES
RESCUE & ADOPTION IS ABOUT COMPASSION & GIVING A DOG A HOME