Billie – 2 year old female Jack Russell Terrier cross Collie

Billie is a 2 year old female Jack Russell Terrier cross Collie. She is a beautiful girl with a lovely nature.

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Billie is looking for a new home due to not getting on with the other female dog in the house.

Billie is good with people & children 6+, she will need a home where she is the only pet in the home.

Outside the home, off-lead Billie is happy to meet, greet and play with other dogs but can get over excited while on the lead so will need a family/person(s) to have patience with some training and socialisation.

Billie is looking for a home where she can have long, fun walks, lots of playtime and then a comfy lap/sofa to relax on in the evenings.

Billie is ok to be left for a couple of hours during the day but would need lots of mental enrichment so she doesn’t get bored.

Billie would be an amazing addition to any household so please do get in touch for more information. Billie is spayed and fully vaccinated. She is currently in foster in BS4.

Dogs Paws Aid
Dogs Paws Aid

For further details about adopting a dog from Dogs Paws Aid, please contact Jayne by emailing or call 0788 8833336.

All dogs rehomed via this rescue will be vaccinated, neutered/spayed and microchipped. Home checks apply and full post-adoption support is offered.

Dogs Paws Aid is a small non-profit, self-funded group of people, passionate about rescuing and homing needy street/kill shelter dogs in Europe, including the UK. Those from overseas we transport out of the country to the UK, where they receive all the vet treatments they need prior to re-home giving them the hope and love they deserve because we care.

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