Daisy – 10 year old female Jack Russell Terrier

Daisy is a 10 year old female Jack Russell Terrier. An adult only home after Daisy was experiencing some difficulties having children in her previous home after 10 years, which in the end resulted in her coming into rescue. Details known to us will be disclosed to anyone wishing to apply for Daisy. Daisy would prefer to be an only dog, but we wouldn’t rule out a home with another calm male dog, subject to successful introductions. We would welcome a few visits to assess how they may get along. Daisy loves her food and is on a raw diet. Daisy has shown no signs of health problems since being with us at Glendee. Daisy is an adorable bundle of Jack Russell Terrier, very sweet and once she knows you, she seeks out affection.

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Daisy does show some separation anxiety but is calming down a lot during her stay with us, so would probably not like to be left on her own for long periods. She could potentially be left on her own for up to 2 hours which we hope could be extended to 4 over a period of a few months. She is looking for a home with someone around most of the day. We would advise 4 home support sessions for Daisy, with a trainer who will help work on settling her in with the aim of being left for longer periods when she is ready. She is not particularly fond of travelling in the car so if a home was expecting her to travel a lot in a car, this would be another area to work on. She would like to also have some more positive associations out walking, as when she sees other dogs, she can sometimes be vocal towards some dogs.

LOCATION: At Glendee Rescue, Hertfordshire.

This is our current assessment, the assessments are on-going as always, and although we temperament test our dogs in many situations, we cannot know how they be when they arrive in your home, support is given as always be given by the trainer you are matched to.

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Glendee Rescue Hertfordshire

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Glendee Rescue Kennels in Hertfordshire, please visit the Glendee website (http://glendeedogrescue.com) and download an application form, which must be filled in and sent to glendeekennels@hotmail.com. or telephone 01707 263601. We can then arrange a viewing, but as we are a small rescue we must receive your application form first! Thanks in advance, and we very much look forward to hearing from you! Application forms can also be found at: http://glendeedogrescue.com/apply-to-adopt

Address: Glendee Boarding Kennels and Cattery, Dixons Hill Close, North Mymms, Hertfordshire, AL97EN. Please note, adoption procedures and donation fees (£200) apply.

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