This section is for people looking to rehome their dog(s). All arrangements are made between the two parties and Jack Russell Rescue is not involved and gives no guarantees regarding these dog(s).
Pocket is a 5yo male Jack Russell terrier. His birth date is the 3rd of Feb 2012, so he’ll be 6 soon.
We got him from a breeder in Texas, QLD. He is microchipped and desexed and has his vaccinations up to date. He weighs 8.5kg.
When Pocket was young he was an escape artist, and when he was 9months old he was hit by a car. He fractured his R) hip joint which was fixed with a pin and plate. He has decreased range of movement at the joint and early onset arthritis because of the injury. We have pain relief that we give him occasionally when he looks sore, but usually it doesn’t hold him back too much.
Pocket is very social and loves going to the dog park. After his accident we did obedience training with him which he really enjoys. He is great at agility games like jumping through hoops and over bars. His loose lead walking needs a lot of work.
Although we have to surrender Pocket because he has been snapping at our young toddler, I think he would be a great dog for a family with older kids and families with another dog.
We love him very much and it’s with great sadness that we have to make this decision. We have had animal behavioural specialists advise us and have tried increasing his pain meds to try and fix the issue with the toddler but to no avail.
If you are interested in Pocket – please contact Adele on 0439 881 573
Pocket currently lives in Rockhampton QLD
Diego is a 7 and a half year old Fox Terrier X who is looking for a foster or forever home.
He is an active boy who likes people and some dogs, though most dogs would find his active behaviour a bit much!
If you think you are the right family for this playful boy, please contact Tracy on 0411 222 991.
If you can foster or adopt Diego, we would love to hear from you, please contact Tracy 0411 222 991
Holly & Pepper
Two 10 year old girls, born in same litter and never been separated. Always within a couple of metres of one another.
Initially excited when meeting people, they settle after a couple of minutes. They can jump up to say hello and love cuddles and sitting on your lap. They are outside dogs, only inside occasionally so not toilet trained properly.
They love going for walks and need to be on a lead as they like to go on their own little adventures where possible.
We would love to have “the girls” still but they deserve more time and attention than we can give them now with being a young family and work commitments. We are hoping to find them a home together and owners who would love them as much as we do. We are sad we need to find them a new home but they deserve more than we can give them now.
Their annual vaccinations and annual heartwarming injections were just done in November.
My contact details are Julia Dixon, 0419 721 524. I am South East suburbs of Melbourne. Thanks.