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Free! Jack Russell Terriers

Discussion in 'For Sale and Lost & Found' started by luftinarr, Apr 29, 2008.

  1. luftinarr

    luftinarr Member

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    Brother and sister rescued in Texas (but they don't have to go together). They look like the ones from the show, Frasier (longer fur). Dr. Corey at Stream Valley Vet, will spay/neuter for free. Up to date on all shots. Recent vet visit. PM if interested.
     
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    KTdid Well-Known Member

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    Oh, they're Parsons Russell Terriers! They're adorable. Do you have a picture you can post?
     
  3. luftinarr

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    Here's a picture of them.
     

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    CUTE! wish we could take them. sigh. I hope they get adopted soon!!!
     
  5. jt59

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    how old are they? are they hosue broken? well "behave".... thanks
     
  6. luftinarr

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    They 99.9% housebroken. They "behave" like typical puppies and JRTs - they love to play and as puppies they like chewing, but that's because almost all of their adult teeth are in. Couple more puppy teeth to lose. They're approx. 5 1/2 months old. They are playful when they're on the ground, but they cuddle when you hold them.
     
  7. redon1

    redon1 aka Aphioni

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    As a JTR owner, I can't speak for ALL, but my little guy was very ez to train b/c he is eager to please. he rings a bell to go to outside, does tricks, is definitely a cuddler, has a lot of energy but has adapted to use it at the right times. funny personality- such a love! they need training to be controlled b/c they try to dominate the house otherwise, but a well trained JTR- like most any dog- is a true joy. great watchdog too!
     
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    I LOVE JRT's. They are just so cute....we have a border collie/australian shepard mix and she's also a very smart dog. We also taught her to ring a bell to go outside. If we didn't already have a dog, I definitely consider adopting one of these little guys. So adorable! I do hope they find a good home...I can't stand dogs being homeless, it breaks my heart.
     
  9. redon1

    redon1 aka Aphioni

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    tyger- if WE get a 2nd dog- YOUR dog mix is exactly what we were thinking about getting! Beemer has played with several and gets on SO well with that breed- they can keep up with his energy and don't seem annoyed by his playfulness. if you ever want to do a doggie playdate, we have a fenced in back yard and room to run- just pm me!
     
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    Thanks! We'll keep that in mind and will pm you - we too have a fenced in yard. She's a great dog - we adopted her when she was 11 months old!! Very smart and oh so loving and of course spoiled!!!
     
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    redon1 aka Aphioni

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    please do! I am home all day and on crutches so I can't playwith him like he needs- plus he really needs to socialize with other 4 legged creatures more... :)

    now back to the 2 cuties available- have you notified Doggone Natural or Woofies? maybe they can help get the word out. IF they are still avail- I'm happy to put the info on my site as well... what's the status??
     
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    They're still available! To see them, Dr. Corey has them at Stream Valley Vet with her during the day.
     
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    redon1 aka Aphioni

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    Stream Valley Vet is a sponsor for Broadlands Live. She cares about animals AND our community! :)
     
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    redon1 aka Aphioni

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    are these dogs still waiting for a home...?
     
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    At least 1 of them is. I'm not sure about the other.
     
  18. Inverness

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    Just wondering if these pups ever found homes??
     
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    I don't believe so as I see Dr. Corey's husband walking them just about everyday.
     

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