Southwest Airedale Terrier Rescue is with Rose McAuliffe and Jen Burkizer.
Happy Gotcha Day, Isabel! ❤ 1 year anniversary- adopted from Rose of Southwest Airedale Terrier Rescue. (our 3rd adoption from SWAT). We've had a great year with this wild and crazy girlie- new little bro Luigi, training, swimming, dock diving, barn hunting, and nosework. ... See MoreSee Less
Love the dramatic pose, I've had 3 Dales and each of them did same thing!
Love the Airedale Roll. Ours will do a half roll. She’s to lazy to give it her all.
Southwest Airedale Terrier Rescue is with Penelope Pappas.
Annie Rose wearing her pink Easter neckerchief while gnawing on her deer antler. She and her Dad are cooking dinner tomorrow!👄🐇🌹🌸 ... See MoreSee Less
Southwest Airedale Terrier Rescue is with Bree Montgomery.
Faithy just got her spring haircut and a sweet jelly bean handkerchief. She will be 13 this summer. (Adopted in 2014 at age 8) ... See MoreSee Less
Southwest Airedale Terrier Rescue shared a photo.
As the grasses dry out, the evil foxtails try to kill your dog ... be aware.The x-ray on the left is of a foxtail tract that was injected with contrast medium to show just how far a foxtail can travel. The lesion between the toes of the foot on the bottom right is how these tracts will look to the naked eye. This is a great example of just how far foxtails can migrate in tissues. Thank you to Dr. Andrew Grange from Veterinary Surgical Centers in Berkeley for this amazing x-ray. ... See MoreSee Less
Yes, they are insidious. I went to straw for that reason.
Mark Walker Brandy Reinke
A real prevalent plant in Albuquerque and open space. My dog had one that moved in his ear flap but thankfully festered and I was able to get it out. No sign of it until it festered.
Kevin M. Litwin