Precious – 13 year old female Jack Russell Terrier

Precious is a 13 year old female Jack Russell Terrier. She is in an Oldies Club foster home in Clacton on Sea, Essex. Precious is OK to be left for a few hours, and it takes her a while to realise that she’s on her own, but she’d be happiest in a home where she will have as much company as possible.

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We want Precious to be very happy, so we will only consider homes where people are around for the majority of the time. Precious is fine with other dogs and she should be OK to live with other calm, non-boisterous dogs. She doesn’t like big, noisy dogs though.

Precious is in touch with her terrier tendencies and will chase cats. We do not know how Precious would feel about living with children and therefore we are looking for an adult home for her.

She loves sunbathing, walking, cuddles and eating. The only things she isn’t keen on are being in the vet’s waiting room, and large noisy dogs. : A retired, fairly active couple wanting a sweet little companion would be perfect for Precious. Precious is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and flea-treated.

She had tests which revealed some liver changes and is on SAMYLIN30 for liver support (1 per day x 0.99g) and for now she will need to stay on these. At her recent appointment the vet was very pleased with her latest results. Her glucose levels and kidneys are perfect and her liver enzymes are improving massively. Blood tests will need to be repeated in 6 months time and depending on the results her medication will either need to be continued or reduced.

The Oldies Club
The Oldies Club

For further details regarding adopting a dog from the Oldies Club, please telephone 0844 5868656 or email rehome@oldies.org.uk

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