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JACK IS CURRENTLY IN FOSTER CARE

Poor Jack was brought into our care from a multi-animal household. He is a very gentle and affectionate boy who loves cuddles, however is very timid and nervous so MUST have owners who have experience with nervous dogs.
Jack is finding kennel life very stressful at the moment so we have managed to put him in a temporary foster home until his new adopters can offer him a permanant home.
Jack will need teaching that it's okay to be left alone as he finds this a very worrying experience. He does know how to sit but will training classes to further his knowledge and build his confidence!
Jack would really benefit from living with a small, calm female dog pending a mix and children of 12 years +, but no cats!
Could you give Jack his forever home?
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN GIVING JACK A HOME THEN PLEASE CALL THE CENTRE BEFORE YOU COME OVER AS HE IS NOT AT THE CENTRE TO VIEW CURENTLY.
WE NEED TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT FOR YOU TO COME AND MEET HIM.

My personality

  • You'll need to take me to training classes
  • I could live with children of secondary school age
  • I need teaching that it's ok to be alone
  • I may be able to live with another dog
  • I'd prefer not to live with a cat
  • I'm quiet but full of love
  • I need to learn how to play

About Me

Breed: Crossbreed/Unknown
Colour: Brindle
Age: 7 Years (approx)
Ref: 170740

Contact the centre or branch about me:

Blackberry Farm Animal Centre

R S P C A
Blackberry Farm Animal Centre
AYLESBURY
Quainton
HP22 4RJ

0300 123 0752

10.30am-3.30pm Tue-Sun (closed Mon). Also closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Years Day. We prioritise animals we have rescued from cruelty and neglect, which means we cannot take in unwanted pets.

About Me

Breed: Crossbreed/Unknown
Colour: Brindle
Age: 7 Years (approx)
Ref: 170740

Would you like to adopt me?

There's a lot to think about before taking on a pet. Read our rehoming page to find out more about adopting from the RSPCA.

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