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Miley (Falllbrook) - Jack Russell Terrier / Mixed (short coat) Dog For Adoption
Jack Russell Terrier Mix Dog For Adoption in Moorpark, CA, USA


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Ad ID: ADN-32543
Times Ad Viewed: 189 times
Date Listed: 12/09/2016
Date Expires: 01 days from now

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Breed: Jack Russell Terrier Mix
Gender: Female Female

Miley (Falllbrook)

Age: Adult
Size at Maturity: Small
Availability Date: 12/09/2016
Location: Moorpark, CA, 93021
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Tags: Jack Russell Terrier Mix Dog For Adoption in Moorpark, CA, USA

Jack Russell Terrier Mix Dog For Adoption in Moorpark, CA, USA

Physical Attributes
Coat Length Short
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
  • Housetrained
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Jack Russell Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Little Miley is a very lovable girl who wants to please her people. She is 3 years old and 17 pounds. Miley is a medium energy girl, but when she’s on your lap she loves to just snuggle. Miley gets along with other dogs and is very good children 8 years old and up. She has learned over 10 commands, walks well on the leash, likes to go for car rides, is crate trained, and LOVES to chase her ball! Hmmmmm. . .“Loves to chase her ball”. . . . I’m thinking she would enjoy flyball for sure!! Miley would fit in most homes who want a companion, a friend, or a possible competition partner. If you want to know more about Miley or meet her, please contact Gloria at , or you can call her at 760 451-0567. (Please copy and paste address if link isn't working) RRCA is not responsible and/or liable for the outcome of any adoption made through this listing as we are only providing information. RRCA is also not responsible and is held harmless for the accuracy and reliability of the information provided within this listing. Owners and adopters bear the full responsibility and liability for any dog listed.

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