West Highland White Terrier
Picture of Gracie, a female West Highland White Terrier

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Age: 12 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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October 26th 2004

To snuggle with you. Or to play with her toys.

Loud noises, and things that move that shouldn't move ( The wind )

Favorite Toy:
Basically anything that is soft, squeaky, and anything that she can try to pull or rip apart.

Favorite Food:
Chicken - She LOVES chicken!

Favorite Walk:
Going down our driveway

Best Tricks:
Well... she can sit.. haha

Arrival Story:
On March 13th, 2008 Gracie came into our lives. But we didn't find her. She found us. It had just rained the day before, so it was still a little wet and muddy out. My mom was on our driveway coming home from work when she saw a little white thing run towards the car. She had stopped and the little white thing really wanted in. So she picked her up, thinking that it was our neighbors white dog down the road. So when she got up to our house, she took the dog into our house with her. My dad was very, very surprised when he came up from downstairs and saw this dog staring at him. My parents called all of our neighbors to see if maybe it was their dog. But no. No one had claimed her. When I got home, maybe an hour later. I was SO excited because this was the dog I had wanted. Last August we had to put my dog to sleep. (Holly, she was a Chesapeake Retriever and 13 years old with Hip Dysplasia.) So in that next January I had begun looking for dogs. And I had found the breed West Highland Terriers, and I had just fallen in love with the breed ever since. So that's the kind I wanted. So then when I came home to find a West Highland Terrier in my house. Well as you probably imagined. I freaked out! I was so happy! I thought my parents had bought me her! Boy, was I wrong! So in the next 2 months we had been looking everywhere for a lost dog sign... but nothing. My parents had thought someone had dropped her off, because we live in the country and people do that :( . So after 2 months of trying to find her owner. We decided she was ours. But one other strange thing about this whole thing. Is that she showed up 3 days after what would have been Holly's 14th birthday. Oh and the next day after we found her. Our horse had died. Weird things happen. And I guess this is just one of them.

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