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Jessie

Status Adopted - 11/12/17


Age 7-8 years
Sex Female
Breed Jack Russell x
Desexed Yes
Location South Auckland
Donation $200
Good with other pets? Prefers quiet dogs her own age, would probably chase cats if they ran
Good with kids? Not suitable
Jessie is a 7-8 year old jack russell x recently rescued by Humane Society. 

Jessie is a lovely little girl who enjoys a scratch and pat, loves going in the car and enjoys a quiet walk. 

She has shown an interest in our foster home's cat but hasn't tried to chase. She would probably chase any cat who ran from her though. 

She gets on well with other dogs around her size and age, but doesn't like dogs who get in her face so would prefer an older quiet one in her family or be an only. 

She isn't suited to busy family life or young children and would make a wonderful companion for an active retired couple or person able to take her for a walk. She must have some human daytime companionship as wouldn't cope well being left for long periods of time. 

The last photo shows her playing with the resident dog in our foster home (not available for adoption) 

Jessie has been to the vet, been checked, vaccinated, spayed, microchipped and is currently registered so we will ask for a minimum DONATION of $200 towards these costs. 

If you are interested in adopting her, you will need a securely fenced property to keep her contained which a volunteer from the Society will check prior to her being released to her new home. 

You will also need to meet her at our foster home in South Auckland as we WILL NOT send dogs anywhere and must meet all prospective new owners. 

Our aim is to adopt each dog to a compatible owner. The Humane Society reserves the right to decline any dog adoption application at its discretion. 
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How to adopt

If you are interested in adopting this dog, please make sure you read our adoption guidelines, then contact us to arrange a meeting.