Meg – 3 month old female Jack Russell Terrier cross Bichon Frise

Meet gorgeous little Meg, the 3-month old Jack Russell cross Bichon Frise who is being fostered in Reading. She loves sitting on your lap and is a really sociable little lady. She is great with other dogs, young enough to learn to live with cats, loves adults and children alike. She really is a lovely little dog. She is housetrained, not at all aggressive and has no problems at all in the home. She loves children and adores the company of adults. She travels well in the car and is fine at the vets. She is happy to be touched. She is not at all dominant with her food and loves her toys.

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Meg shows no inclination to jump fences, but as with all puppies, will need a secure garden. Normal puppy chewing behaviour can be expected, so it will be important to keep anything that you don’t want chewed out of the way. She is comfortable with being in a crate and has been left for up to two hours. Meg will need all the training that you would expect for a puppy. Lead training is coming along – very much a work in progress. She is house-trained, if the door is open she always goes outside to the toilet by herself. Due to the breed of the dog, Meg will need an active home where she is walked regularly, taken to puppy training classes. She is a lovely little pup who would fit in anywhere as she so young. She will only be rehomed where someone is around throughout the day to continue with her housetraining. Her new owners will be expected to continue with Meg’s training, socialisation and take her to puppy classes.

Meg is wormed, micro-chipped and has started her first course of vaccinations. She will need to be neutered at 6 months, which will be the responsibility of the adopter (discount voucher will be provided). Prospective adopters will be expected to travel to meet her/him in her/his foster home in Reading.

If you are interested in adopting MEG 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.

Friends of Animals Wales (formerly Friends of the Animals RCT)
Friends of Animals Wales (formerly Friends of the Animals RCT)

For further details regarding Friends of Animals Wales (formerly Friends of the Animals RCT) please visit https://friendsofanimalswales.org.uk/category/dogs where you can complete a homing questionnaire, read the adoption guidelines and find more information about the animals in their care. They rehome all across the UK so distance is no problem. Set donation fees apply.

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