Jay Arr was a rescue dog when he came to me six months ago. He was rescued by a kind-hearted person who found him abandoned at a school, hungry and thirsty. This nice lady fattened him up, did her best with him, but she lived in an apartment. Anyone who has ever had a Jack Russell Terrier knows they don't usually do well in small, confined spaces. I live away from town, have a big fenced yard and am half a mile from my next neighbor. He spends most of his time inside with me, or outside in a big fenced yard. Whenever I am outside working in my yard, I let him out. He really loves to run and chases birds, squirrels and rats. I have two cats and I did not have to teach him not to chase them. They aren't friends, but he knows to be respectful of them. When he gets tired of the chase, he follows me around interested in whatever I am doing. After six months here with me, he is beginning to settle into the routine at my house. It took him some time to warm up to me and learn to trust. He does relax and sit with me for a nap from time to time now. Mostly he is on his own, doing his own thing, I guess because he lived 'on the street' for so long. He is not cuddly, but he is good-natured. Unfortunately, I am moving next month and am unable to take Jay Arr with me. If anyone familiar with this breed is interested in giving Jay Arr a comfortable home with a fenced yard and lots of room to explore and be himself, please send an email to me email@example.com and I will respond to yuo within a day. Thank you.