Brody is a charming, goodnatured, and playful West Highland White Terrier, who has had a bad run of luck, especially the last few years. Enlarge the image to read his full story. There are more pictures and a couple of videos at this link:
Brody stayed loyally by the side of a previous owner, an older gentleman, when the man died, until they were found. He came into Westie rescue, and was adopted out to a couple. They subequently adopted a three-year-old Scottie, and when the two dogs did not get along, they decided to surrender the older dog--Brody.
Brody is a healthy, friendly, wonderful dog, and he deserves better. He's in the care of the Rescue Program of the West Highland White Terrier Club of New England, but he's staying in a kennel and finding it stressful. Take a look at his pictures and videos, and contact Lisa Pacheco firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Not sure about adopting a rescue dog? Take a look at The Adopted Dog Bible from Petfinder, or Second-Hand Dog by Carol Lea Benjamin for information, resources, and guidance.