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My name is Eddie!

Jack Russell Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Princeton, Minnesota - Eddie
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I'm being cared for by:
Ruff Start Rescue

Facts about Eddie

  • Breed: Jack Russell Terrier Mix
  • Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10810839-D161050
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.



I'm Eddie and I like to cuddle! I am a snuggly dog for sure. I get excited when someone sits down because I know I can sit on their lap. I love treats. I am very motivated by them which my foster mom says is great because I can learn new tricks. I don't love my kennel, but I tolerate it pretty well. Throw a treat in there for me and I run right in. I love other dogs. My foster mom has two, one that loves to play and we chase each other and snuggle together and one that likes her space, I know well enough to leave her be. I love to play with toys especially chew toys.
I need someone to work with me on what mom calls bad habits. I have never lived in a house before so even though I am older I still need some potty training. I am getting better, but sometimes forget. I also mouth objects. I even do this to mom's hands. I don't bite down I just put things in my mouth, I didn't get much love so I'm learning what that is.
From Eddie's foster mom:
Eddie is awesome! He is so snuggly and likes to be with his people. He attaches to someone pretty quickly and will follow you anywhere you let him. He does so good with the other dogs in the house and loves to try to keep up with the big dogs. He is good in his kennel and very quiet. He is still learning where to go potty and how to ask to go outside but is making progress. I'm not sure how he would do with cats (although I think he would be great) or children, but I think he would just need to figure out the rules. I think he would make a great partner for any family. He is very smart and sweet! He does wander if allowed but comes for treats.

 

 

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All animals are in foster homes located throughout the Twin Cities & Central Minnesota.  We do not have a facility. *



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About Ruff Start Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Who We Are & How We Do It

We are a small, but mighty, Non Profit 501c3 Rescue. We are a No-Kill dog and cat rescue organization in Central Minnesota. Our rescue is composed solely of volunteers who love animals. We rescue stray, neglected, abandoned, and surrendered dogs and cats and work very hard to place them in new loving homes.

This group is comprised ENTIRELY of volunteers who work full-time doing something that pays the mortgage. We do the rescue stuff (which is our true passion) after work and on the weekends. So if your phone calls or emails are not answered by a live person right away, it’s probably because we are at work and will call you as soon as we can!

By Choice

We do not have a shelter. We are of the belief that a home environment is far more desirable than a shelter or kennel. So, we rely exclusively on homes like yours in which to place our pets until they find their forever home!

We work exclusively with a foster-care program where our pet lives with you, and we pay for or provide everything. A home environment is always the most desirable and with the endless supply of animals needing homes, we just never have enough lined up. Sometimes the foster lasts a week, sometimes several months. A dog or cat will do far better adjusting when they are sitting by your chair or next to you while you are on the computer than stashed in a noisy kennel somewhere surrounded by sick and barking dogs.


We Can't Take Every Surrendered Pet
Because we don’t have a shelter, we can only take a new animal IF we have a vacant foster home for the pet to live while we seek a new forever home for him. OR, if you agree to hang onto the pet while we help them find a new home. Sadly, we are not able to assist every animal that crosses our path. There are just too many dogs & cats out there who need help. But, we DO have an extensive list of people looking for specific dogs and cats - so if you can hang onto your pet for a little longer, we might be able to assist you in placing them. No promises, but we promise to do our very best to help you find your pet their new forever home!

Our Mission Statement:

Ruff Start Rescue, is dedicated to saving all animals whose lives are at risk. Located in Princeton, MN; we are determined to educate the community about the importance of animal rescue and safety. We rescue animals from high kill facilities, rehabilitate the sick, love the unsocialized pets and maintain a 100% spay/neuter program. Ruff Start Rescue strives to end pet overpopulation and safely place all animals in loving homes.


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Donate to Our Rescue Group...

If you would like to make a donation, please go to www.ruffstartrescue.org and view our donations page for all of the ways you can donate! http://www.ruffstartrescue.org/info/donate

Come Meet Our Pets...

All of our animals are in foster homes. If you would like to meet a foster animal, please fill out an application on our website: www.ruffstartrescue.org! We also have our animals available at adoption events at local Petsmarts! (Monticello, Maple Grove, and Coon Rapids).

Our Adoption Process...

The adoption process we go through is to have the potential adopter fill out an application on our website: www.ruffstartrescue.org. There is then a background check done on the potentional adopter and if they pass the background check and home visits we set up a home visit! If the home visit passes, the adopter can then adopt the animal they're looking at after meeting them.

There is an adoption fee. This fee depends on the vetting that the animal has already needed. If the animal is too young and has not yet been spayed or neutered, you are required to sign a contract and agree to have them spayed or neutered.
Adoption fees range from $200 - $300