Corky is a spry and very charming 12 yr old Jack Russell Terrier who is need of a forever home in the Seattle area. He is housetrained, loves to go for lots of walks and is a very adaptable companion. Corky must be an only dog. It is best he be placed in a home with no other dogs, cats, small critters or small children. Corky lived with elderly people all his life so he did not get proper socialization with other animals. He is an easy-going guy who enjoys hanging out at home with his people. He loves to go on lots of walks, so an active retiree or work from home person would be ideal. We have been working with Corky doing reactive behavior training in a controlled and safe environment. Corky would love for his new family to continue to keep him safe by learning how to manage and navigate his walks. He is ready to move forward into the next chapter of his life. Corky is in good health. He has a history of seizures which is managed with low cost medication. The cause is unknown. He is housetrained and walks very well on a leash. We have noticed him to be very adaptable in all situations from riding in the car, meeting new people and being exposed to new environments and situations in small doses. It is like seeing everything for the first time in his life! He is attentive and curious which is the nature of the Jack Russell breed. Jack Russell Terrier experience is a huge plus! SAVING OUR SENIORS (SOS) advocates, educates and assists in the welfare of senior dogs so that they may know love, comfort and care in their golden years. Please visit our Facebook page “Saving Our Seniors” to learn more about Corky.
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