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Harrison in KerrvilleRescue Me ID: 18-01-20-00258

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About Harrison in Kerrville

Jack Russell
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Male

Howdy! I'm Harrison. I was found wandering the streets of Corpus Christi right after Hurricane Harvey. I had a bum leg from being hit by a car and I was very much skin and bones. The person that found me took me to the local shelter and I eventually ended up being loved and cared for by Texas Russell Rescue foster parents. I was really scared in the beginning and I wouldn't utter a sound. My foster mommy thought I couldn't bark. But, after about six weeks, me and mommy were home alone and the bug killer (exterminator) showed up. I didn't know him so I barked and barked to protect my mommy. She got really excited to hear my voice and the bug killer probably thought we were crazy! I eventually had to have my back left leg amputated, but I'm not bothered by this at all. I healed nicely and now I run and play with my foster brother and sister. I am house trained and will stand quietly by the door when I need to go outside. I love my bed, but I also love sleeping in the big bed! My perfect home will let me be an indoor pal, smother me with lots of loving (and I will return the favor), have a lap I can sit in (because I have been called a cuddle bug), and have plenty of food and water and treats. I am around two years old and very healthy now. I have had all of my shots and I have been neutered. I am quite attached to my foster mommy and she promises I will only be adopted to a perfect, loving home. If you are ready to wear the crown, please complete an adoption application at www.russellrescue.com. I will do better in a home with no cats and no kids. I must have a fenced yard to play in. A home check and good vet reference are mandatory to adopt me plus you must be able to drive to Kerrville to get me! My adoption fee is 200 dollars. Contact jolleyjames@sbcglobal.net if you have questions about what a great dog I am!

Texas

Compatibility

  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Not Good with Cats
  • Good with Adults (Not Kids)

Health

  • Neutered
  • Vaccinations Current

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