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My name is Bella!

Jack Russell Terrier Dog for adoption in Clatskanie, Oregon - Bella
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I'm being cared for by:
Jack Russell Rescue Oregon Washington & Idaho Inc.

Facts about Bella

  • Breed: Jack Russell Terrier
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10657998

Bella is an 8 year old smoothie girl. She weighs 13 pounds.

Bella is looking for a peaceful new home minus kids or new babies. She is fine with her cats and would be okay with a non-reactive male dog companion who will let Bella be the boss. Typical Jack girl - she needs to run the house. Bella is house and crate trained, but she is not fond of the rain and does need to be crated when left alone. She rides well in the car and knows a lot of tricks and obedience commands.

Bella has always been high-strung and she is sound-sensitive (no guns, fireworks or thunder!). She is quite leash-reactive with strange dogs and would benefit enormously from a Reactive Rover class. She is also shy with new people, so a positive reinforcement training class or some nose work classes would help her gain some much needed confidence. She loves squeaky toys, playing ball, and going hiking and running.

Bella is located in the Olympia area. Her adoption fee is $150.

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A COURTESY LISTING FOR AN OWNER, AND JRR OWII TAKES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ITS ACCURACY.

About Jack Russell Rescue Oregon Washington & Idaho Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

many Jacks can be hard work for the average dog owner.

Why a Jack ?

Because a good Jack is a joy for many many years. A good Jack is smart and funny and fiercely loyal. He will walk through fire for you, or cross raging torrents balanced on a slippery log or scale sheer rock faces - just for you. He will grab the spaghetti sauce pan by the handle and carry it carefully, without spilling a drop, to a lair under a chair where he can safely consume it. And then at the end of a hard day, he will burrow in under the blankets, tuck himself up tight against your side and make you laugh. There is no better dog than a good Jack. (Especially when he is good and tired.)

Our Adoption Process...

All adopters need to fill out an adoption application. It does not have to be for a specific dog - we will hold the application on file if it is approved until the right match can be found. Please give us as much information as you can when completing the adoption application. The more we know about your dog experience & lifestyle, the more likely we will be able to find the perfect match for you.
If your application is approved by our adoption coordinator and either the dog's foster or the dog's owner, a meet will be set up. If the meet goes well, the dog will go home with you. You will fill out and sign an adoption contract that we will hold for the duration of the two week trial period. Most dogs take about five days to adjust to a new environment, so after the two week trial period, both you and the dog should know if this is going to be a good match.

All the Jacks we have in rescue are neutered or spayed, and you will be provided with vaccination records at the time of adoption. Our adoption fees range from zero (in some very special cases) to $200. per dog. All adoption fees are tax deductible, and all adoption fees go back to rescue to cover spaying/neutering, vaccinations, chipping & other veterinary expenses for the dogs.