Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network (CPCRN) was formed for: The charitable purpose of rescuing purebred and mixed Cairn Terriers, Westhighland White Terriers, Miniature Schnauzers, Norwich Terriers, Norfolk Terriers, Border Terriers and Scottish Terriers, which are homeless or soon to be homeless. Without limitation those found in animal shelters or released by their families for a variety of reasons. Also those Terriers and Terrier mixes who have been used as breeding stock by so called puppy mills and backyard breeders. Facilitate the pickup and transport of these dogs. Arrange for spay/neuter and all appropriate veterinary care. Rehabilitating these dogs in foster homes. Seeking applications for and screening prospective adoptive homes. Education the public about responsible Terrier care and ownership.
Col. Potter Cairn Rescue Network (CPCRN) adoption process is a 4-step process: 1. You must submit an on-line Adoption Application (in full) for review by our Adoption Committee. PLEASE NOTE: If your Application is not complete, it cannot be processed. 2. A thorough reference check will be conducted in which we contact the references you gave us in your Application. A member of our Communications Team will contact all of your references, as well as your veterinary reference. A telephone interview with you may be conducted. After this, a reference report will be submitted to the Adoption Committee for review. 3. A home safety inspection must be conducted and a report submitted to the Adoption Committee for review. 4. Once the first 3 steps have been completed, the Adoption Committee will vote on your Application and a Committee member will officially notify you of the results. If you are approved to adopt a dog from us, we will make every attempt to match you and your family with the Cairn best suited for you. Our Placement Services Team is prepared to help find you a Cairn that is suitable to your family’s needs. A Placement Specialist will be assigned to work with you individually to find the right dog for you. Finally, once a dog has been found that is determined to be the best match, you will be asked to talk to the foster parent of that dog. This is your chance to ask all the hard questions about the dog and to learn as much as you can before final adoption approval for that particular dog is granted. After you have spoken with the foster home the Director of Placement Services will discuss with you the final adoption approval decision. CPCRN cannot “hold” or “promise” any dog for any Applicant until official adoption approval for that dog has been granted by the Committee and an Adoption Contract has been tendered to an Applicant. Any change in status of the dog on the Available Dogs page prior to you talking to a foster family will mean the dog is being adopted by another family.
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