P.O. Box 1354
Romoland, California 92585
Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network is a national network of volunteers working to help re-home Cairns in need.
We began as a small internet community of people trying to help one of their members through the heartache of losing a little Cairn named Col. Potter. In the weeks that followed that simple process of showing care and support, a national Cairn terrier rescue was born. It filled a void to serve a wonderful, randomly protected, and sometimes misunderstood breed. Cairns can have every kind of personality, from laid back to intensely lively; most fall somewhere in between.
Our rescue attracts caring foster homes who will provide guidance and love; sometimes for the first time in a rescued Cairn’s life. Our foster homes also provide an honest, realistic evaluation of each Cairn’s personality, so an approved applicant can expect to be matched with a Cairn whose traits and behaviors fit their lifestyle.
At present, Col. Potter has just under 200 foster homes all over the United States. Many of the dogs that we have helped have been what is considered to be “non-regular” Cairn rescues. Those from puppy mills (the breeding dogs) and those who are purchased at auction. We also handle those with some health issues and the elderly. Several of the Colonel’s “kids” have had Heartworm and were treated for this. Some have had some behavioral issues, and are now great little pals in private firstname.lastname@example.org
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