Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network
March 28, 2011
This is a wonderful organization with the most caring people I've ever met. The love and concern for the Cairn Terrier leaves me in awe. My wife and I adopted from Colonel Potter 2 years ago and received our female named Meadowlark who we now call Miri. Along with our male, Finny, they have become great friends and he's very much the gentlemen toward her. Miri is always wagging her tail and dive-bombing Finny when he's not looking. She is smart and very affectionate toward everyone she meets. There are so many great people who contribute their own time and money to this endeavor and give to others of themselves when we are need of advice. God bless Colonel Potter Cairn Rescue Network!!! If you're thinking about adopting from this great organization, don't hesitate. You may miss the opportunity of a lifetime to help and own a great dog!!! Rich & Barbara Oliver, Hawthorne, NJ
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Through adopting, volunteering and participating in a yearly picnic promoting and supporting the Colonel Potter organization.
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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Right now, the organization appears to be very strong and because of the cooperation of considerate volunteers in all aspects and steps leading to adoption, we are thriving. We always need help in those voluteering and especially transporting when necessary but overall, the people who run this are very organized, managed well and first and foremost, professional.
Volunteer & My wife and I are Colonel Potter home inspector volunteers.