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My name is Oz )Oswald)!

Jack Russell Terrier Dog for adoption in Kingston, Washington - Oz )Oswald)
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I'm being cared for by:
Paws of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap

Facts about Oz )Oswald)

  • Breed: Jack Russell Terrier
  • Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
Oz's owner has to leave the country for her work. She is trying to place him before she has to leave. This is what she has to say about him.

Oz (Oswald) is a 9 year old Jack Russell Terrier born on May 9th, 2007 and I brought him home in July of 2007. He was neutered at 16 weeks and is up to date on all vaccines and dental cleanings. Oz is an active patient at the Federal Way Banfield Hospital since July of 2007. He's my first baby and is as sweet as they come. He's not the typical Jack, he's not yappy and doesn't bark at the door or the door bell or people passing by. He loves to cuddle (he thinks he's a lap dog) and be right next to his human but he doesn't really care for other animals. Oz loves attention from people more than animals but tends to keep his distance from small children (walking age to 4 years old). Oz doesn't have one aggressive bone in his body and tends to keep to himself at dog parks. Off leash time outside is one of his favorite times as he LOVES to run and outrun other dogs up for the challenge (I've not seen a single dog run faster than Oz in the 9 years I've been with him). During the summer months, when he's not running, he also loves to sunbathe and take outdoor naps. Oz really is an all weather dog! Oz has dry skin so he is fed high fat content food: Blue Buffalo limited ingredient grain free Turkey and Potato.

I would love to see Oz placed in a home with an active single adult or couple with either no children or children older than 8 years. He loves to be outdoors, I've taken him hiking through Snoqualmie, jogging up to 8 miles at a time, and walking along the waterfront to catch some sun.

About Paws of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap

About Our Rescue Group...

PAWS of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap is a volunteer-based nonprofit animal welfare organization that promotes responsible pet ownership and the reduction of pet overpopulation. PAWS features low-cost spay/neuter and veterinary financial assistance for pets of low income residents of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap, a lost and found pet registry, and a pet adoption program.

PAWS of Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap advocates, educates, and provides direct services to nurture the bond of companionship between pets and their people, for the health and well-being of both.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Visit us at the PAWS Kingston Animal Welfare Center 26569 Lindvog Rd. Kingston or PAWS at Pleasant Beach 4688 Lynwood Cntr. Rd Bainbridge. Mon-Sat 11-5

You can also visit adoptable cats from PAWS at the PetCo Pet Partners Outreach in Poulsbo every day.

Phone: 206-842-2451

Our Adoption Process...

By adopting from PAWS, you not only gain a loving companion – you save a life! We have an enormous variety of animals to choose from -- purebreds, mixed breeds, all ages and personalities -- and our adoption counselors are specially trained to help you choose the pet that's a perfect fit.

PAWS requires that our animals be spayed or neutered before they are adopted. We also require the permission of your landlord if you're renting your home. After you adopt a pet, we expect that you'll have it properly licensed and provide it with a lifetime of responsible care, including nutritious food, fresh water, adequate exercise and regular veterinary visits. And, of course, a lot of love! Adoption donations are $110 for adult cats, $150 for kittens (up to 6 months) and $50 for seniors (age 5 and up)