The Washington State Scottish Terrier Club Rescue was formed to assist in the rescue and placement of abandoned or unwanted Scottish Terriers from individual owners, humane societies, veterinary clinics, animal shelters and Scotties who are homeless. To protect rescued Scotties, Washington State Scottish Terrier Club Rescue attempts to place rescued Scotties as home companions with suitable owners, who agree to care for and protect their rescued Scottie, and to share their home with the same consideration they would give a family member. We run our rescue out of Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue (SPDR) which is a non-profit charity which represents 72 different breeds. Adoption fees through SPDR are all tax deductable.
If you are interested in adopting a Scottish Terrier fill out an online application SPDR. If you are in need of assistance to rehome a Scottie, please contact us. Please note that we are all volunteers.