Airidh Westie Rehoming

Airidh (pronounced 'Arry') joined our family here at 'Westie ReHoming' at the age of four; sadly at the time he was destined for destruction by another charity. Airidh and too many like him are our 'Raison d être' and this lovely lad more than justified our faith in him over the next eight years, proving to be a loyal, loving companion with a wonderful zest for life and a wicked sense of humour. He enjoyed real quality of life until he left us suddenly and all too prematurely.

Airidh held such a special place in our hearts that we decided to make him the figure head or mascot if you like of 'Westie ReHoming'. Some of you may have met him on our stand at Crufts 2011, where he was 'flying the flag' and meeting everyone on behalf of our charity.

Airidh is a Scottish Gaelic name meaning 'Worthy or Deserving' and as a committed Charity rehoming Westies we feel very strongly indeed that every dog deserves the best chance in life. Here at 'Westie ReHoming' we strive to help all Westies regardless of age, disability, looks or pedigree and we hope that anyone looking for a loving companion will share Westie ReHoming's commitment when applying to adopt one of our beloved friends.

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Sadly we have to announce that more cases of Alabama Rot have been confirmed by veterinary specialist referral centre, Anderson Moores.
The cases confirmed so far this year are from Dublin, Penkhull in Staffordshire, Bearwood, West Chelborough and Ensbury Park in Dorset, Cullompton in Devon, Stalybridge in Greater Manchester, Crewe in Cheshire, Caldicot in Monmouthshire, Claverdon in Warwickshire and Malvern in Worcestershire.

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