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Help Us Bring Charlie Back to Full Health!

Smiling Charlie

SCWTCSC urgently needs your help to bring Charlie, a loving, six-year-old Wheaten neutered male, back to full health following his rescue from L. A. County’s Carson shelter. At intake, Charlie was covered in foxtails, had badly infected puncture wounds on all four paws, and was terribly emaciated. Our rescue team took him to one of our rescue-network partner hospitals, Warner Center Veterinary Clinic in Woodland Hills, where he is being treated and is expected to make a complete recovery.

Due to his desperate medical condition, he will have to remain at Warner Center for several weeks and will undergo extensive treatment before we can place him in a wonderful forever home. Our rescue fund is already constrained from multiple senior-age rescues earlier in the year that has depleted our reserves.

We ask to you contribute to our Charlie Rescue Fund through PayPal, using your PayPal account, major credit card, or e-check. You may also send a bank check to our president, Bonney Snyder; please contact her by e-mail at bonwheat@aol.com for further information.

No amount is too small to return Charlie to a healthy state. We thank you very much for your generosity!

Charlie Top View


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Pet Expo 2015 photos: click here

photo5On April 10th, 11th and 12th, our Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Club of Southern California participated in the American Family Pet Expo. It was a fun time introducing our wonderful Breed to the public. Our SCWTCSC Booth won 1st Place of all the breed booths that were present! Judging was based on presentation, information provided, and knowledge of the Breed by the exhibitors! Our booth showcased our breed history, traits, and our support of Wheaten Rescue.

A special thank you goes out to Laura Virant, the chair of the event for her hard work and scheduling. Laura wants to thank Debbie Bowen and Conrad Virant for helping set-up the booth and Conrad Virant, and Jim and Karla Cohen for their help breaking down the booth. Laura also appreciates and thanks the club members who shared their time and Wheatens to make this year’s event a huge success. Click here for photos.

  • Visit the American Kennel Club (AKC) site
    Click here to go to the AKC Web site
  • Visit the National Wheaten Club Web site: SCWTCA