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From time to time, I may get contacted about accepting a Jack Russell that I have not personally bred. Under certain conditions I will accept a Jack Russell needing to find a new home into our home. If the conditions are not met, I will also assist in finding a new home with the Jack Russell staying with their current family until I can place them. If I have any rescue's their info and pics will be placed on this page. If you are looking to surrender your Jack Russell, please take a look at our Surrender FAQ'S first.

PICKLES - Adoption Pending

Tuesday June 1, we received a 4 year old female in need of a good home. Pickles is from a very loving family who has spoiled her rotten as their only child. They have had to give her up due to them losing their home. She has been well cared for and kept current on all her vaccinations and has been spayed. She just had her booster shots and will be good for another year. She also was just heartworm tested and it was negative. She is on heartguard, has had capstar and frontline for flea prevention. She also has her papers from CKC. She is need of a good loving home in which they will continue to spoil her. She needs to be the only pet and she hates cats. She is housetrained, crate trained, very sweet & loving.  She is good with kids . She  also seems to be a hunter, she loves to track out rodents! If you are interested in her, please fill out our adoption application and I will be in touch for an interview.  Please keep reading past the photos for puppy vs full grown dog comparison.









So, you want to adopt a Jack Russell Terrier, huh? Great idea! Want to hear an even better idea? Rescue an adult Jack Russell Terrier. No pooch is too old for puppy love and puppies are only puppies for a few months after all, right? Oh, you have your heart set on a cute little puppy? OK, here's some food for thought and a few reasons why adopting an adult might be your better option:

Housebreaking: Before you adopt a Jack Russell Terrier, consider how much time your new family member will spend alone. Remember, a puppy requires constant attention. The key to successful housebreaking is consistency; preventing "accidents" is key. Once a puppy soils the carpeting, it becomes much more d