Camp Lone Star Rescue, Inc.

Cairns seeking homes...

Cairns currently in the Camp Lone Star Rescue program are listed below. Click a name to read more about that dog.

Available for adoption!
State: TX Sex: Male Age: 5 yrs Weight: 10 lbs Color: Wheaten

Douglas is a very sweet, young cairn mix who came into CLSR recently from a local shelter. His coat was matted to the skin when we received him so, as you can see in his pictures, it had to be all shaved off. It's growing back now and is a beautiful light brown color. Douglas is estimated to be 4 years old by our vet. We think he's probably a cairn terrier / yorkie mix.

This little guy is playful and young, and he's been good with the other dogs here. He mostly plays with Murphy and Jessie, but he also LOVES to cuddle with his people! He's quite the little character! Douglas sleeps quietly in his crate at night and keeps it dry. His leash walking skills are basic. He's not afraid of the leash, but not well-trained on it either.

Medically speaking, Douglas is up-to-date on his shots and has been dewormed. He tested negative for heartworms thankfully, and we keep him on monthly heartworm prevention meds here at his foster home. Douglas is neutered and micro-chipped. He recently had a dental also. Douglas is working on his potty training.

Does this little one appeal to your heart? If so, he'd love to meet you! :) To schedule an up-close and personal meeting with Douglas, please fill out our online application for him by clicking on his name. Someone will be in touch with you quickly to walk you through the process.

Thank you for supporting cairn rescue! :)

(More about Douglas)
Recently adopted!
State: TX Sex: Male Age: 14 months Weight: 12 lbs Color: Wheaten

Benjamin is a very sweet little boy. He loves to spend his day near people - laying at your feet while you work at home, playing catch with his tennis ball, and going on walks. He does not often pull on his leash or try to bite it, but prefers to make frequent stops on walks to smell the great outdoors. <\P>

Inside, he has done quite well with potty training. He has had no accidents in his crate at night and seems quite uninterested in "marking" his territory, but will occasionally have a small accident when he gets overly excited. He requires a bit of coaxing (usually a small treat works great) to get into his crate at night, but then sleeps through the night.

Benjamin does not currently live with any animal siblings, but does not seem hostile to other dogs when he meets them on walks. And, while he currently does not live with children, he seems to like them quite a bit when he meets them outside! I would suggest, however, that his home not have very small children (under the age of 10, perhaps) as he can be very lively when he plays. Overall, Benjamin is a wonderful little boy who would love to grow up with a loving family! <\P>

If you'd like to meet Benjamin and learn more about him, please fill out our online application and someone will be in touch with you very soon. Thank you for supporting cairn rescue. <\P> (More about Benjamin)

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