Jackie – 4 year old female Jack Russell Terrier

Jackie is a female, 4 year old blind Jack Russell. She has traveled to the UK from a shelter in Cyprus where she was constantly overlooked due to her blindness and is now in a foster home in Birmingham. Jackie adores affection and will sit in your lap for ages. She seems completely house trained, she’s done all her business outside and has not had even one accident in the house. Although she’s blind she clearly still has chase instincts as far as cats are concerned.

 

She has heard the cats in her foster home and went to chase but she was on the lead. She bumps into things but isn’t phased in the slightest and after a few sausage treats will follow your voice. She is fine with other dogs and is an active little dog despite not being a youngster. She is also very good at escaping so will need a secure garden or at least not to be left unattended in the garden!

Jackie has been spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. If you would be interested in offering her a home, please email BDRUKrehoming@yahoo.com. A homecheck and adoption donation apply. Thank you.

Blind Dog Rescue UK

Blind Dog Rescue UK

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Blind Dog Rescue UK, please contact bdrukrehoming@yahoo.com or visit http://blinddogrescueuk.com - please note, we will do a home visit and ask you to sign an adoption contract. Our adoption donation is £225. We don't rehome our dogs to families with children under 10 years old.
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