Harley has come to us to find a new home. She has spent all her life within the same family but that has changed. She and her litter mate Mojo would like to stay together but that is not a requirement. It is better for them to each find a new home apart then not to find that home at all.
Both are house broken, crate trained and have been around children of all sizes, as well as dogs and cats. Both of these babies are more like lap dogs then your typical hyper Jack Russell. They do like playing chase with each other and act like playful pups together. Harley prefers not to be around loudness like yelling.
If you are ready to add a new furry member to your family, and you will provide a loving forever home, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you an adoption application.
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