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Jack Russell Rescue
, | Member since December 2017
Jack Russell Rescue is a not for profit organisation operated entirely by volunteers which has been working to save the lives of dogs since 1993. Jack Russell Rescue has up to 40 dogs in care at any one time and currently rehomes almost 300 dogs every year that would otherwise be needlessly put down in pounds around Australia.

Lucy

  • Breed: Jack Russell Terrier Dog
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 2 years
  • Price: $450
  • Not for Interstate adoption Lucy is a young smooth coat Tricolour Female aged 2yrs. <br>She has unfortunately had a few homes previously and needs a stable and loving enviornment to learn and grow in.<br>She is a typical young dog full of puppy antics mouthy strong willed and confident however she is very willing to learn can sit beautifully for a treat and walks politely on lead. Although not a lap dog there is too much to see and do...she does like a belly rub and will come to you when she is ready responding to her name. She would be best suited to an older family with the time and guidance to give her along with reward based training to help her become the beautiful little companion she will be. It is best if she can meet any other dogs in the family. Lucy comes desexed microchipped vaccinated wormed and heartworm tested for $450 <br>If you would like to meet her please contact Jill on 0408491542 and she is staying at Londonderry NSW If you wish to donate to us please contact us directly at <a target="_blank" href="mailto:jrtrescue@pnc.com.au">jrtrescue@pnc.com.au</a> that way you know we will get it.
  • Rescue Center: Jack Russell Rescue
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About Jack Russell Rescue

About Jack Russell Rescue

Jack Russell Rescue is a not for profit organisation operated entirely by volunteers which has been working to save the lives of dogs since 1993. Jack Russell Rescue has up to 40 dogs in care at any one time and currently rehomes almost 300 dogs every year that would otherwise be needlessly put down in pounds around Australia.