Located Whalan NSW 2770 (Sydney)
Applicants within driving distance
Facts About Me
Breed Jack Russel
Age 8yrs 10 mths
Size 8 kgs
Vaccinated C3 Next Due NOV 2019
Last Health Vet Check 14th NOV 2018
Good with Other Small Friendly Dogs.
Not Good With Cats
No Kids - Never met any
Adoption Fee $280
More About Me
Likes, Dislikes, Fears, Endearments and Quirks
Jack Russell Terriers are the biggest dogs you'll ever meet in such a tiny package.
Titus is an affectionate and friendly little man - winning over almost everyone who meets him.
He is generally a good boy who gets excited at times, especially when he greets you.
He is good with other small friendly dogs. Like most JRTs he has a 'little man syndrome', barking and sometimes challenging bigger dogs. He has never been around kids.
His new owner will need to be able to have the willpower not to feed him every time his beautiful eyes plead for more food - he eats anything.
He holds on until he is let outside to go to the toilet but if left alone inside is used to using puppy training mats.
Titus has been well looked after in the past.
Titus' new owner will need to understand the typical quirks of a JRT - loving, smart, fearless, sassy, stubborn, happy and prone to a little mischief.
Titus is ok for full time workers (9am-5pm) as long as he is a central focus when people are home.
As he can challenge bigger dogs he needs to be the only permanent dog in the home.
As Titus is people orientated he needs to be part of family activities.
He will not suit homes with residents that are very young, frail, elderly, renters or time poor.
Reason For Rehoming?
Owner is moving overseas.
Tolerance to Being Alone During the Day
Will alert to something strange but is not currently a nuisance barker.
He will suit any of the following:
Low - short strolls or playtime at home.
When ON a lead ...
Like most dogs he is ok unless distracted.
When OFF a lead ...
His recall need work and is not consistent.
Type of Yard Required
Medium to large interesting and secure. He may take advantage of an open gate and wander off but does not usually try and escape. Fencing will need to go into the ground otherwise Titus may dig underneath.
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