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Skipper
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SKIPPER IS LOCATED IN
A new arrival skipped into WFTRM and his name is Skipper. His owner relocated to country living which included cats, ducks and goats and all kinds of critters Skipper loves to chase. He really did not work out well with the 4 house cats so he was relinquished to Rescue. He is doing fine so far, friendly with the other Wires and just loves the toy baskets and the big fenced yard. Skipper is a handsome Wire Fox who will be searching for a forever home with no country critters. Getting to know him a little better before a full bio which will be forthcoming.

Neutered
Heartworm Tested
on HW Preventative
Rabies Vaccination
Distemper
Bordatella
Fecal Checked
Groomed
Micro Chipped
Annie
She is little orphan Annie . . . well maybe not so little but she was left homeless with nowhere to go. Annie is a friendly and social Wire Fox girl who wags her nub tail at everyone she sees. She has a stay calm and carry on attitude with a loving personality. Leaning on the independent side is she with “selective hearing” – pretends to not hear you call her name but can hear cheese being taken from the refrigerator two rooms away. Annie was born September 20, 2002 which surprises most people when told. She has an heartwarming sense of humor and likes to hide behind curtains and when you look for her, peeks her head out and smiles. She is sprightly and inquisitive checking out every nook and inch. Even with her plump frame she can zip out the door if given a chance. Well mannered lady is Annie, nice on the leash and in the car and while out and about and must smile and wag hello to the world. While checking in at the animal hospital she marched right up to the counter and wanted to go behind where all the girls were and thought she was going behind to do some visiting. It was very busy and a customer with a cat took the seat next to us . . . and Annie did not care one bit. How could a sweet Wire Fox girl be an orphan? Her story begins with a family in a rural area of the Midwest. After both owners died, they left behind an adult daughter who was mentally challenged and Annie continued to live with her and various caregivers that would come and go. The daughter is now ill and in the hospital and not returning and Annie was left all alone. Her care was compromised over the years, her skin needs some tending, her teeth badly in need of a cleaning, her right ear infected, and she has a large lipoma on her rear right leg. Annie was accustomed to eating table food and snacks which are not on the menu anymore and her svelte shape will be returning. When the doctor called with the result on the aspiration, she said the staff was eating chips in the back and Annie was barking at them as if to say . . . pass the bowl over here! She is a true Wire Fox girl who will keep you smiling and you young and active. Senior Wires need love and affection and deserve a home in their special years too so please do not pass up the opportunity to experience what rescue is all about.

Spayed
Heartworm Tested
on HW Preventative
Rabies Vaccination
Distemper
Bordatella
Fecal Checked
Full Blood Work Panel
Urinalysis
Ear Cleaning/Cytology
Radiographs
Thyroid Test
Full Dental Cleaning
Tumor Removal
Micro Chipped
ANNIE IS LOCATED IN