Tag: MicroChip

Other Goodies

| December 18, 2011

Westie Club MI Fundraisers – WHWTCSEM There are some other really nice items which you will love and will also provide funds to the Club. Cafe Press – featuring the Club Logo  Ebay Stores – The various fundraising items (excepting Cafe Press items) can also be purchased via Ebay Please Note: We would prefer you buy directly […]

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Westie Wiz Kids

| October 2, 2011

WESTIE WIZ KIDS (Links to Youtube clips at bottom of this page or search YouTube for “Westie Wiz Toto”) Out of the blue, I received a call from a “stranger”. His name was Phil Janness and he was casting for the role of Toto in the Troy (Michigan) Athens High School play. Phil is a […]

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Fencing

| October 2, 2011

Westies need room to run and play. But they cannot be trusted to be off lead in unfenced areas. Please do not consider training a Westie to respect boundaries. All it takes is one squirrel and one weak moment, and the dog will be gone. All it takes is one mistake for a dog to […]

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I.D./Crate Tags

| October 2, 2011

We recommend a crate tag similar to that suggested below, be kept on each dog crate, especially if being used for transportation. A similar item might be kept in your car in case of accident. IN CASE OF AN ACCIDENT, please notify _________________________________________ at PH: _______________________. In the event that I, ________________________________ am incapacitated and […]

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Microchips

| October 2, 2011

We recommend you microchip your dogs and keep the registered information up to date. We have seen many dogs permanently lost because there was no way to identify them; and we have seen dogs reunited with their families because they did have microchips. The heartbreak of a lost dog can be devastating to the owner. […]

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Breeder Code of Ethics

| August 8, 2011

Breeder Code of Ethics The breeder shall at all times breed for the improvement of the West Highland White Terrier as exemplified by the AKC standard. The breeder shall only use for breeding adults which are of sound temperament and are free from hereditary defects. In addition, if a dog or bitch produces offspring with […]

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