Jack came into our care three weeks ago. Terriers are high energy dogs and 18 month old Jack has sadly spent his entire life cooped up in a crate. His original owners kept changing their minds about re-homing him, but we didn’t give up and got him at our fifth attempt. He is a lovely, bright little dog, very anxious to please and (having watched our two dogs) he managed the dog flap within thirty seconds ! He is brilliant with people including with children and with other dogs and we have just found him a wonderful home with a Labrador. Poor Jack has lost 18 months of his life and so he’s got a lot of catching up to do. Consequently, everything is a huge adventure to him and happily his new owners walk the two dogs several times a day.
The fourth photo shows Jack on his first real walk. He is the small black Terrier in the middle. The other two rescued dogs are Dotty and Millie.
Posted on May 1st, 2019