Age: 14 weeks old
Breed: Jack Russell cross
Can I live with Children: No
Can I live with cats: Not tested
Can I live with other dogs: Yes, a must
Fostered In: RCT, South Wales
Mouse is around 4 months old and is a Jack Russell terrier cross, who is being fostered in RCT, South Wales. Mouse is a quiet girl, having not had the best start to life, she is learning that people can be trusted. Mouse loves to cuddle up with her furry friends and needs a confident dog to continue to help her build her confidence. She had a cheeky nature once she trusts and loves hiding her toys. Digging is a favourite pastime of hers. Playing and sleeping are currently her favourite things to do
People – Mouse cannot be homed where young children reside or where very small children would visit. Due to her history this would put Mouse at risk of biting. Mouse does not like to be picked up.
Dogs – Mouse loves her doggy friends and must be homed with one at least. She loves to play so a confident young dog is preferable. Mouse will not be homed where a resident dog is not present.
Cats – Not tested
In the home – Mouse is housetrained and sleeps with her furry friends in the kitchen. Mouse loves her food and is happy to share. Mouse can be left for short periods. Mouse does not like a crate.
Out and about – She travels well in the car. Mouse is very nervous when meeting new people due to her history. She does not like people approaching over the top of her head, her Foster mum has been working on this, she now tolerates but is still scared.
Type of home – Mouse needs a home that will continue to teach her she is safe and give her time and patience. Mouse has a wonderful personality when she is given space to make friends when she feels safe. Mouse will not tolerate children as she is too nervous.
Mouse is chipped, vaccinated and up to date with her flea and worming treatment. She is not yet neutered and it will be a condition of her adoption that this is carried out by her adopters as soon as she is old enough. Discount voucher available and follow up checks will be done. Potential adopters will be expected to travel to meet her in her foster home in South Wales