Toby and Bertie are a 9-year-old male Jack Russell Terrier, predominantly black and tan in color. His friendly and confident demeanor makes him a joy to have in the home, as he warmly greets visitors and happily jumps into their laps.

Toby thrives in an environment where someone is present for most of the day, seeking companionship and attention.

Bertie, Toby’s brother, is also 9 years old and a male Jack Russell Terrier with a tri-color coat. Unlike his more outgoing sibling, Bertie is a bit timid and can be nervous when meeting new people.

As such, he would benefit from a quiet, adult-only home where someone is around for most of the day to provide reassurance and support.

Ideally, the pair is looking for a loving home where they can stay together, given their strong bond as brothers. However, separate homes will be considered if the right match is found.

Both Toby and Bertie require an owner experienced with terriers to provide them with the care and understanding they need.

It’s important to note that the duo may need assistance in building their confidence during walks and will require work on socialization around other dogs, as they can initially be reactive.

If rehomed separately, they might benefit from living with a steady and confident female dog, especially considering Bertie’s positive response to a female dog during his assessment. It’s worth mentioning that Toby and Bertie cannot live with cats.

The adoption fee for each dog is £250, reflecting the commitment to finding them a caring and suitable home.

The effort to help Toby and Bertie find a new home stems from their owner’s unfortunate health situation, and the hope is to secure a loving environment where these delightful terriers can continue to thrive.

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