Churchie MH - Rat Terrier Dog For Adoption
Rat Terrier Dog For Adoption in Columbia, TN

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Date Listed: 12/16/2016
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Organization Name: Russell Rescue, Inc.
Location: Columbia, TN 38401
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Breed: Rat Terrier
Gender: Female Female
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Churchie MH

Age: Young
Size at Maturity: Small
Availability Date: 12/16/2016
Location: Columbia, TN 38401
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  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Rat Terrier. Churchie is a sweet, 2 year old female rat terrier that weighs about 13 pounds. She’s a bit timid, so would do best in a calm household. She’s up to date on all of her vetting and is ready to go to her furr-ever loving home. What a cutie! For more info, call Melissa at 615 298 5429 or email melissarescuesdogs@gmail.com. She is in a foster home in Middle Tennessee.

Rat Terrier

A.K.A. : American Rat Terrier
Overview: The Rat Terrier comes in three sizes: toy, medium and standard. The breed is used for either hunting or as a companion.
Breed Group: Terrier
Weight (lbs): 4-35
Height (in): 8-23
Colors: red and white, tricolor, brindle, blue and white, black and tan
Coat: The coat is short and smooth
Character: The Rat Terrier is alert, energetic and loyal.
Temperament: The Rat Terrier does well with other pets and children, if raised with them as puppies. They are friendly with strangers.
Care: The coat only needs an occasional brushing. Bathe only when needed.
Training: The Rat Terrier can be stubborn and resistant to training. Start obedience classes early and be consistent with training for best results.
Activity: This breed is energetic and needs regular exercise in the yard and on a leash.
Country of Origin: Afghanistan
Life Expectancy: 15-18

More About Rat Terrier Breed
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