I would not adopt from this rescue..... When I inquired about the process and had question and concerns for adopting and giving a dog or puppy a chance to be in a loving home, he/she became annoyed with my questions. THEY should be glad I have questions and concerns to make sure the home is a good fit. Its unfortunate that they have an attitude. This is not good nor professional business conduct....I lost my dog of 19 yrs and wanted to give another a chance, but they dont seem to care that I have questions and were annoying to them......this is not the kind of place I would adopt from, unfortunately for the dog or dogs they are in the hands of people that dont look out for their best interest...… GOOD LUCK to the dogs in this place
WFTR Midwest is an organization dedicated to rescuing fox terriers, and other similar breeds. Their volunteers rescued a two year old wire from a shelter that had been "find the dog a home or destroy it, by the owner of a puppy mill. After two weeks in the care of WFTR, Tilly (her new name), had been treated by a vet, cleaned up and evaluated. My wife and I were able to adopt this small two year old that for the first two years of life only knew living in a wire cage. Their volunteers rescue about 100 dogs a year.