Suzie – 3 year old female Jack Russell Terrier

Suzie is an adorable tan and white Jack Russell with the sweetest face and a fantastic, intelligent personality. This young lady is only around three years old and she has so much life and love to give. A popular dog with the staff, she is wonderful at learning new things and has lots of winning ways about her. We’d certainly give her top marks all round and make her teacher’s pet! Suzie came into our centre in good condition and she has no known health problems. We have found her to be very active and that she loves to be given a task or something stimulating to do. She’s a very good pupil when it comes to learning new things and very people-orientated but she is not a cuddly lap dog. She needs to be stimulated, have a task to do and perhaps even help her new owner carry out a job of some sort. She really likes to be around people and she will want to spend plenty of time with her new owners. She can get a bit over-excitable at times as she is still fairly young and she will continue to some need training and guidance which for both owner and dog should be a rewarding experience as she has huge potential. Overall, she is a robust dog and we have not spotted anything that she particularly likes to avoid or that worries her.

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If her new home has children, we would prefer them to be at least eight years or older as Suzie can be boisterous. Suzie seems fine with other dogs but due to her breed, we would advise a home without small animals.Suzie is very active and we would like to find her a home where she could have at least two to three periods of thirty minute walks a day, plus additional playtime and training. Her ideal home would be one where her new owners have had experience of Terriers and who understand that despite her relatively small size, she will need an active lifestyle and plenty of mental stimulation.

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