CORKY NEEDS A FOSTER or Forever Home
He is housetrained, loves to go for lots of walks and is a very adaptable companion.
Corky is a spry 12 yr old Jack Russell Terrier who is need of an immediate foster placement in the Seattle area. His person is ill and can no longer care for him.
It is best he be placed in a home with no cats or small children, and for now, no dogs. He is not dog aggressive, he just needs to learn some manners around other dogs. Corky lived with elderly people all his life so he didn't get a lot of socialization with other animals.
He is an easy going guy who enjoys lots of walks so an active retiree or work from home person would be ideal as he is used to being in the company of his people. In the short time we have known him, he has proven to us that he is a very quick learner and ready to start the next chapter of his life.
We would like to place him in the Seattle area so we can continue training with him and offer support to the foster while we search for his final forever home.
Jack Russell Terrier experience is a huge plus!
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