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|Name: Jack - Breed: Jack Russell - Age: 3 years - Gender: Male|
|Jack is about 3 years old. We are hoping he will find his forever home soon. He is typical terrier always up to mischief and full of energy. He loves his toys and going for a walks and would love a home where he will get loads of attention and love. Click here to find out more about Jack and the rest of the animals available to adopt!|
This is the page where you tell us how your pet is getting on after being adopted from Sharpeshill! Send us photos, news and stories of how the pets you have homed are getting on.
Hi to all my buddies at Sharpeshill and especially to TJ, who loved me so well while I was there. This is me in my new home. They keep trying to get pictures of me with my new family, but I move so fast, they're all blurry, so I gave in and eventually posed for one or two.
I have a new buddy called Finn. He was a bit grumpy with me for a while when I got here, but he finally gave in to my charms, and now we have great fun chasing each other around the house and garden and generally wreaking havoc.
Every now and then I have a go at being top dog, but he's not having any of it, so I'm happy to let him think he's the boss until I'm here a bit longer. I have another new friend called Aisling, who is the baby in the house. She's 15 months old and my very best friend. I am very gentle and kind to her and she loves me lots and gives me lots of hugs and kisses, and plenty of snacks from her high chair. I go and wake her every morning and stand at her cot on my hind legs. It makes her laugh lots, she's funny like that.
I went for my first walk off the lead the other day in the rain. It was great and I saw two rabbits and went running after them but when my Dad called me I came back. My new buddy Finn can run like the wind - but once I'm in training a while I think I'll be able to keep up and maybe even overtake him! He won't know what's hit him.
I have a new name which the baby can nearly say. It is Lola.& I answer to it every time and like it a lot. I'm happy here and there's great peace and quiet once the child goes to bed. I get lovely food and chews and lots of walks and think it's quite a cushy number!& My new Mum loves lying on the sofa with me in the evenings and we have great cuddles. Lots of love and licks, Lola.
Hi, sending you a picture of Bommer, (we call him Bo) and to update you on how he is doing. Well, he is settling in very well, still a bit nervous with strangers. We now know why you called him Bommer; he goes like a bomb so much we had to get him a harness as he was choking himself on the lead!
He likes nothing better than to lie on settee between the two of us and watch TV. He still does not like getting into car but once in he is very good. He loves being petted, made a fuss of and is the sweetest natured little dog. The children love him. Thank you for letting us have him. He has a very good home. Aine & Noel
Bran and Mia:
To all the staff, Sorry it's taken so long to get in touch. However I'm kept busy these days walking the two dogs. They have settled in so well. They get walked for hours everyday. Mia is the boss! Bran is so well behaved. We got a dog trainer Julie who has been fantastic. Bran has learnt lots, Mia on the other hand has a way to go! They have had great fun in the snow. Mia in particular loves catching snowballs. I hope you like the pics. Bran is camera shy believe it or not so there's more pics of Mia than him. Hope everything is going well. Take care, Karina, Ed, Mia and Bran
This is just a note to say thank you for finding me such a good home. I used to be called Kilmacoo by you all, but now I am Norman. I have a new best friend who is a Border Collie, and who was also rescued from Wicklow SPCA. Although she is far more clever than I, I have the shiniest coat and the sparkliest eyes!