West Highland Kennel 

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Puppies available to go home Now!
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Westie Puppies prices are 775.00 each.
A deposit of 75.00 will reserve a Westie puppy.
Deposits: Deposits (of $75.00) on litters are taken on a first come first served basis on each litter and will be deducted from the total price of the puppy. The buyer must choose the desired sex of the puppy at the time the deposit is received. The deposit is considered a binding commitment by the buyer and West Highland Kennel, and are nonrefundable. If we do not have enough puppies of the chosen gender for all buyers, deposit will be applied to the next available litter. Deposit will not be refunded should you change your mind or purchase from another kennel (person). This is due to the time involved in reserving a puppy and telling other potential buyers that none are available. A deposit will hold the puppy of your choice so long as you pick up your puppy on the day available or by the end of the next weekend, unless otherwise agreed upon in advance and other arrangements have been made. Puppies will not be released until 8 weeks of age and when deemed healthy enough to go to their new homes. 
We accept the following forms of payment: Cash, Money order,
Pay Pal, (westhighlandkennel@yahoo.com), check (for deposits only).

We do ask that the puppies not be handled until after 6 weeks and they have been Vaccinated.
Westie Puppies for Sale!!
Reserve Yours Today.
Delivery may be available to the Springfield, IL area, as well as St Louis.

West Highland White Terrier History:

The West Highland White Terrier, according to some of the breeds followers, originated at Poltalloch, Scotland, where they had been bred and maintained for more than 100 years. In 1916, Colonel Malcolm of Poltalloch said that his father and grandfather both kept them. It is probable that the lineage of the Malcolm dogs goes back to the time of King James I, who asked for some "earth-dogges". Years ago the breed was known as the Roseneath Terrier, also as the Poltalloch Terrier.
The name was officially changed to West Highland White Terrier on May 31, 1909.

The West Highland is all terrier - a large amount of Scotch spunk, determination,
and devotion crammed into a small body. Outdoors they are truly sporty, good hunters,
speedy, and cunning, with great intelligence. In the house they are all that can be desired
of a pet: faithful, understanding, and devoted, yet gay and lighthearted.

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