Ollie – 14 week old male Jack Russell Terrier

Ollie is a 14 week old male Jack Russell Terrier. Ollie loves attention and fuss from everybody, both adults and children. As a young pup he does chew on fingers but will stop when told. He has a lovely snuggly side to him and also a crazy run around typical puppy side! Ollie is a sociable and playful little boy who is in foster with 3 other dogs of all ages. He loves to play with them-tug being his favourite game. He is very good at sharing treats and toys with them. Untested but possibly young enough to learn.

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Ollie as a young pup shouldn’t be left too often or for long, he has been left for 2 hours in his foster home in his crate with the other dogs for company with no problems. Toilet training is ongoing and is improving as Ollie uses puppy pads most of the time with few accidents. He does try and chew small things like pens, paper and his bed but does stop when he’s told. Ollie is very young but lead training is going well. He loves to run around the nearby field with the other dogs on an extended lead. Ollie is fine in the car on short journeys but gets stressed and is sick on longer journeys. As he gets older he should get more used to the car if journeys are built up gradually. He was a good boy in the vets.

A Terrier experienced active home would be best for Ollie where he has human company for most of the day and perhaps another dog to play with and learn from, though this is not essential. As a puppy Ollie will need ongoing training and socialisation and puppy classes are recommended.

Ollie is chipped, vaccinated and up to date with his flea and worming treatment. Potential adopters will be expected to travel to meet Ollie in his foster home in Aberdare, South Wales.

If you are interested in adopting Ollie please read about our rehoming process and complete a Pre-Adoption form ( link here ) and one of our adoption coordinators will contact you for a chat.

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