Rupert – 2 year old male Jack Russell Terrier

A fun little chap, that is full of life and character. Currently living in rescue, along with 16 dogs, and 5 cats. Rupert is very well behaved with the other animals, and enjoys the company of humans also. This chap is living with young children, from 11 months – 9 years old. He is very good with the kids, but will be re-homed with older children (over 8 years old), as the younger generation may expect more of a small dog.

 

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Good on the lead, loves the outdoors, very clean in the house, loves to play with toys and balls etc, and enjoys a good chew toy. Rupert was handed into private boarding kennels, with his owner we believe. He had a new collar and harness, and was well fed over the months. The couple exclaimed they found him on the street, but Rupert cried like a loyal dog that was loved, when they left him.

However, he now needs a new home of his own, where he will benefit from what he deserves. This chap is of a medium energy, and will settle down after he has had a good walk and run around. Happy to travel in a car, taking in the sites and scents of Britain. Also, Rupert has been crate trained, and is happy to sleep or travel in one. But, he prefers the front seat, and the sofa, as these have much more comfort.

Castrated, wormed, chipped, flea treated and assessed, this chap is ready to move onto a new life. Rupert has been in rescue for 5 weeks. If this stunning little chap is for you, please get in touch.

Walker's Creek Rescue Cambridgeshire
For further details regarding adopting a dog from Walkerscreek Rescue in Cambridgeshire, please contact Lee or Claire by emailing info@walkerscreekrescue.co.uk or telephoning 0785 323 5843.
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