already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Buddy is a 5 year old Jack Russell mix, around 15lbs., who is well behaved and crate trained. He presently lives with one male Schnauzer and a cat. The current owner can no longer afford to care for him due to medical problems of her own. Buddy's immunizations are up to date, he is neutered and attends annual vet appointments. He is not aggressive but due to being mistreated by young children prior to being taken in by his current family, it would be better for Buddy to be placed with a family that has only older children. Buddy is located in Greenville, NC. Please contact Anita Proctor at 252-75601928 if you'd like to adopt him.
Mid-Atlantic Jack Rescue strives to find loving forever homes for Jack Russell Terriers and Jack Russell Terrier mixes in jeopardy. We accomplish this goal through our network of volunteers who educate the public about the breed, provide support and guidance to owners and shelters, and through our network of foster homes.
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Our adoption requirements include an application, reference checks and home check. The adoption fee for puppies under 6 months of age is $300.00 (with an additional $100 deposit until proof of spay or neuter is provided to MAJR). The fee is $250 for dogs from 6 months to 10 years of age, $150 for dogs from 10-12 years of age and $100 for dogs over 12 years of age. The fee must be paid in full either in cash or a check at the time of the adoption contract signing. Our application can be found at www.majr.org.
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