Monty 7 year old male Jack Russell Terrier

Monty is a 7 year old male Jack Russell Terrier who is looking for his forever home. Monty is vaccinated and micro-chipped. Monty would suit a home where someone is around most of the day as he has separation anxiety when left alone. Monty is partially house-trained and sometimes has accidents. Monty has been fine with some dogs and others he is not comfortable with. Monty has been friendly with the children he has met. Monty would suit an experienced new home. Homechecks in progress, click details for updates.

Monty’s Assessment
●Monty has been vaccinated and microchipped, but is not yet neutered.
●Monty has separation anxiety and toilet training issues
●Monty barks and sleeps when he is home alone
●Monty is pleased to see you when you get home and jumps up to greet you
● When you are home, Monty will love to follow you around the house and is well behaved
●Monty greets those who knock at the door with a wagging tail in joy
●Monty will wait while you prepare his food for him
●Monty is currently fed Butchers wholegrain wet food two times a day, both in the evening. Monty doesn’t like to eat in the mornings but can be sometimes persuaded to eat two chewy Good Boy chicken sticks. Monty doesn’t like any dry dog food but will happily eat meat scraps from the table!
●Monty is partially house trained (still has some accidents)
●Monty has not had any obedience training but knows the commands ‘sit’, ‘come here, ‘walkies’, ‘let’s go’ and ‘going out’
●Monty pulls sometimes when he is on the lead
●Monty is not playful with other dogs but enjoys most dogs company, he can be temperamental with some dogs
●Monty is very good with children of all ages
●Monty has not lived with other animals before
●Monty has never hurt another animal or a human before

● This dog is located in Queensbury, London

Application Status: Homechecks in Progress

Applications are in progress for this dog.

Some applicants may be in the final stages with their application and their homecheck being reviewed by our volunteers.

You can still apply for this dog until the dog is marked as reserved.

Once the homecheck has been completed, applicants will need to wait to hear if they are successful in adopting the dog.

The most suitable home for the dog will be selected and the successful applicant will be given the option to reserve the dog.

The dog will then become unavailable for adoption to other members of the public and will be marked as reserved.

In the event the dog is reserved by someone further along in the process, you may wish to select an alternative dog that is waiting for a home. You will not need to repeat your application if a homecheck has been completed, you can email to advise you which dog you would like to reserve.

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