Alfie – 3 year old male Jack Russell Terrier

Hello there, My name is Alfie and I am an 3 year old Jack Russell. I came to the shelter as my owners could no longer look after me. I would be best suited to a home with someone who has had Jack Russell’s before and understands our loving but stubborn personalities. I can be a bit of a clown and although I will have you in fits of laughter with my cheeky antics, I do need someone with a firm but fair approach when it comes to training me. I am super clever and eager to please! I need my new owner to be someone with no children and plenty of time and energy to give me the training and mental stimulation I need. In the right home, having me will be very rewarding and I will give you lots of love and licks in return. If you have a good sense of humor and would like to give a cute Jack a loving new home please ask the staff for more information.I would be best suited to a home with -no children, teenagers or adults only. Someone with plenty of energy. I am fine with dogs and also fine with cats.


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