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Hi, my name's Lottie and I'm a 4 year old Jack Russell Terrier. I'm looking for new owners with Terrier experience who can help me channel all the energy I have in a positive direction. I have shown signs of being quite protective over people, particularly when I'm having fuss so my new family will need to be understanding of this. I can come across as a very busy little lady and it's true I have lots of energy but I'm also very sensitive and I can get easily stressed by too much going on so I'd really love a new home where I can learn to relax and have down time. One of my biggest loves is toys! Squeakies, balls, I love them all and could entertain myself with toys all day long. My friends here tell me I love toys a little too much though, I don't like sharing them, so we have started a new game of 'toy swaps' and although I'm working on my manners, I am still a bit obsessive with toys so I would be best in a household with older dog savvy children. 


Jack Russell Terrier
1 - 4 years
Age of Children in Family:
12 +
Other Dogs in Home:
Not Adult Bitch
Cats in Home:
Time Left Alone:
Up to 2 hours
Exercise Needed:

Centre: Cornwall

NAWT Cornwall, Wheal Alfred Kennels, Wheal Alfred Road, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 5JT
Phone Number:
01736 756005
Opening Times:
1100 - 1500 every day (closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day)
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