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Thinking of Adopting a Rescued Cairn Terrier? WELCOME!!!
If this is your first visit to this page and you are considering adopting a CPCRN rescued Cairn - Thank You! Please browse this page, check out our Adoption FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions), and then fill out an Application to add a new four-legged member to your family!Fill out an Application for Adoption!
Come Blog with CP!
Please visit our Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network Blog!
Follow this link or go to: http://www.CairnRescue.Blogspot.com from any location on the web. Updated regularly by our CP Volunteers, this is the daily place to go to get a preview of In-coming Foster Cairns, Lost Cairns and pet food safety alerts, as well as lots of helpful information about dog care, New CP videos, and much more!
Happy Endings and More!
And our Post Adoption Blog is a treasure trove of not only CPCRN follow-ups and happy endings, but good, solid information on how you can improve relations and time spent with your own dog, whether they are a former Col. Potter Foster Cairn or not! Please follow our link or go to http://PostAdoption.Blogspot.com from any location on the web.
After you read all the current stories on what's happening with some of our adopted dogs, scroll down and see the informative links and articles on various subjects such as dog food, getting skunk odor out, how to house-train an older dog, how to dremel your dog's nails, and much more. Please be sure to bookmark our Post Adoption Blog and visit often!
NOTE: If you want to submit a Post Adoption Story and photos, please e-mail us at: email@example.com
Check out our YouTube for Fosters Channel!
He-Tubes, She Tubes, We All You-Tube!
Please visit the CPCRN You-Tube site and view our many great videos! Lots of happy stories to enjoy, but be advised: You may want to have a few tissues handy! Please visit our You-Tube videos and leave a comment!
Not Quite Ready to Adopt?
Finally, if you cannot currently adopt, there are Many ways to help - with your valued donations and as Volunteers. CPCRN is 100% reliant on Volunteers and Supporters to accomplish all the things that happen every day in Cairn Rescue: Rescuing dogs, fostering, rehabilitating, vetting them - and the list goes on! There is tremendous effort and dedication involved, setting things right and doing everything possible to find our rescued Cairns the perfect, Forever Home. Our wish is to help each rescued Cairn to live a life full of the Love that every dog dreams of - and deserves! Please consider donating and/or volunteering if you can.
"Saving just one dog will not change the world,