STILLMISSING JACK RUSSELL CHESTER - Reward - Jack Russell Terrier (short coat) Dog For Adoption
Jack Russell Terrier Dog For Adoption in NORWICH, NY

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Organization Name: RescueAdopt.com
Location: NORWICH, NY 13815
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Breed: Jack Russell Terrier
Gender: Male Male
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STILLMISSING JACK RUSSELL CHESTER - Reward

Age: Adult
Color/Markings: White with Brown or Chocolate
Size at Maturity: Small
Availability Date: 07/08/2016
Location: NORWICH, NY 13815
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Physical Attributes
Coat Length Short
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
Activity Level Moderately Active
Obedience Training Has Basic Training
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  • Housetrained
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Was the Dog Found No
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  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Jack Russell Terrier (short coat). 10/10/15 On October 11, 2014, our little JRT, Chester, disappeared from his home in Chenango Forks, NY. He is still missing. PLEASE share this information. Chester is a small, neutered male dog, mostly white with brown ears and a brown nose. He was ~15 lbs. He would be 12 years old now. Please visit Chester's web page to see more photos of him. I am not giving up hope of finding him (even though I know all the possibilities). Contact us either through Chester's web page or at jfrech53@hotmail.com. Visit: FindMyChester.weebly.com **** We are offering a $500 reward for his safe return.**** ======================================================= Chester is STILL missing. It is one month today. If anyone has any information on a little, wiry-haired, neutered male Jack Russell with brown ears, eyes and nose, PLEASE call 607-692-2209 or 607343-0621. There is a $500 reward for his safe return. ------------------------- Missing from the Triangle/Chenango Forks area since October 11th - small neutered male Jack Russell. White with brown ears, eyes and nose. Wearing a gray flea collar. Very friendly. Comes to anyone. Name is Chester. If you find him or have any information please phone 607-692-2209 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100007051727608&fref=ts

Jack Russell Terrier

Overview: A strong, active, little working Terrier of great character with flexible body of medium length. His smart movement matches his keen expression. Tail docking is optional and the coat may be smooth, rough or broken.
Breed Group: Terrier
Weight (lbs): 14-18
Height (in): 10-12
Colors: White should predominate (i.e., must be more than 51% white) with tan, black, or brown markings. Brindle markings are unacceptable.
Coat: Smooth, without being so sparse as not to provide a certain amount of protection from the elements and undergrowth. Rough or broken coated, without being woolly.
Character: The terrier must present a lively, active and alert appearance. It should impress with its fearless and happy disposition. It should be remembered that the Jack Russell is a working terrier and should retain these instincts. Nervousness, cowardice or over-aggressiveness should be discouraged and it should always appear confident.
Temperament: The Jack Russell Terrier is a perky, merry, devoted, and loving dog. Spirited and obedient, yet absolutely fearless. Careful and amusing, he enjoys games and playing with toys. Friendly and generally kind to children who have been taught not to tease or strike the dog. They are intelligent, yet willful and determined. They can be slightly difficult to train and need a firm, experienced trainer. The Jack Russell can be aggressive with other dogs if not well trained and socialized.
Care: All coat types are easy to groom. Comb and brush regularly with a firm bristle brush, and bathe only when necessary. To show, owners must strip the coat. Like the rough coat, the broken coated Jack needs to be stripped out also.
Activity: The Jack Russell terrier is very adaptable and will exercise itself in a small yard, but it will be in its glory with space to run, hunt and play.
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Health Issue: Some are prone to dislocation of the kneecaps, inherited eye diseases, deafness, Legg Perthes-a disease of the hip joints of small breeds of dogs.
Life Expectancy: About 15 or more years.

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    • American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in NORWICH, NY

      Brenda

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      Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: NORWICH, NY
      Posted Breed: Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed (short coat). I acquired a dog from someone who could no longer foster her. She came from a neglectful situation where she was tied outside to a pole and drastically underfed. The person who fostered her worked many hours and left her crated for 10 hours a day. She was in the home for 2 months with cats. This woman reached out to me for help. I took the dog in but I have several other fosters and I run a home based dog grooming and boarding business. She is not good with other dogs and I cannot keep her here much longer. She LOVES people. She's very sweet, playful, active, loves walks & knows basic commands. She is fully vetted and microchipped. Can you help find a foster or adopter for her? She's 45lbs. Spayed. Her name is Brenda.
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    • Mutt Dog For Adoption in NORWICH, NY

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      Breed: Mutt
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: NORWICH, NY
      Posted Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler (short coat). Another year, cannot believe but I am growing old here. Not that I feel any older than one year. Slender and agile, life is a game! I still cannot be trusted off leash indoors, too many irresistable objects to investigate and often thoroughly examine. Little dogs still fascinate me, that must a trait I was born with, coming from original Upstate NY farm stock! Sheep? Goats? Small cows? I am still cautious, if not leery of strangers, even can become nippy when approached too fast by a stranger. So it looks like I am to be fixture here in this fosterhome. Ok with me. But then, dogs have been found and adopted from this fosterhome after 2-3 years here. I would set a record. Zak speaking: "Seems I have become what they call a "foster failure" - meaning they just cannot find a home that I would fit in..Or maybe they just don't want to let me go, worry that I might not adjust , end up in a shelter, on a chain, or in a stable with cows.All those things that foster parents worry about. Also, I have become very attached to this home, and while I do not mingle well with small dogs, especially fesity small dogs, I do get along. Still jumping in trhe air for fun, but I walk ok on leash. Not so sure about strangers, and that makes it difficult to "show" me to potential adopters. I love the open space here and the freedom to run and explore my territory. And also watch for unusual activities. But mostly I am a affectionate indoor dog. Love my crate, good food, and watching the outdoors from my deck perch. Will post some new photos, although I really have not changed much. Read more at: http://ifweb.us/rescueadopt/zak/zak2013.htm Zack is 3 1/2 years old, just left puppyhood behind. Still he is an exuberant dog, always ready for rough playing, especially jumping into the air. He thinks he is agility material, although he likely comes from farm/herding stock. He has what is needed to keep order among a moving congregation, but only in a safe family environment. He was purchased from a local farm, but went through 2 homes before coming to this foster home at age 6 months. Most likely due to his exuberance which is intimidating to smaller dogs. Exceptions are courageous equally playful dogs of any size (not under 15 lbs though). He does not have a mean bone in him, just so darn much energy. His passion is chasing water from a garden hose. With strangers he is shy, even protective/aggressive. Very alert, watchful. Basically he is still a fearful pup. He walks well on leash, but he is easily distracted by neighborhood dogs and even little goats. Although he is a high energy dog when free to run and play outdoors, he loves the indoors. He is mischievous and very curious and cannot be to be given free run indoors without close supervision. He spends short periods of time outside, but always returns quickly to his post on the deck to survey activities in the neighborhood. He does not mind rain and snow, but is not happy in cold,raw weather. Zack has been visited by several potential adopters, but each time he was just a bit to 'in their face' to be a comfortable match. If you would like to meet him please email us, please include basic information and we will send an application. Email: Zack@rescueadopt.com
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    • Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in NORWICH, NY

      Lou

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      Breed: Unknown Mix
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: NORWICH, NY
      Posted Breed: Husky / Chow Chow (long coat). I have bounced from a home in North Carolina to a shelter in NC, then to a rescue foster home in upstate NY, and now I am in this here foster “boot camp” in upstate NY. Why? I look gorgeous if I may say so myself, have some basics like shaking paw and sitting. Very house trained, calm in my large crate and love other dogs. So much so that I have gotten away once and visited all the dogs in the neighborhood, tail wagging. Eventually I returned home. I am very muscular under all that long shaggy coat, and leash walking is not my forte no pun intended. But once over the excitement of exploring, I walk reasonably well with potential for improvement. While I love other dogs, I am too “in your face” to handle smaller dogs. Even if they immediately roll on their backs, I have too much fun pummeling them playfully and now I can only run and play with big ones. So why I am “special needs”? I suspect it was that one incident in my first NY foster home when I tried to steal a turkey from a counter, and when the owner of that turkey pulled me away I bit the hand. Not good. Often deadly for a dog. Thankfully I got a reprieve. Also, I am on “slow” heart worm treatment, which is heart worm prevention (ivermectin paste) all year round . Have been on it longer than the life expectancy of an adult heartworm. And of course there are no new generations of heart worms while on ivermectin. How old? 4-5 years? Breed? Husky mix, maybe with beardie or chow (my tongue is pink ). All are best guess. I am awaiting my photo shoot and also a movie shoot maybe. Maybe check back later. My email is: Lou@rescueadopt.com
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