Candy Isle : Reese (Crouton)   

In shelter Dog

Aurora, Center Township, Dearborn Cou...
Jack Russell Terrier, Mixed
Brown, Chocolate
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Candy Isle : Reese (Crouton)
Reese is being returned to rescue due to no fault of her own.  She is a happy social 25 pound girl with a bouncy active demeanor.  One of her kids developed a bad allergic reaction to her.  She is good with kids and other dogs. She has not been exposed to cats. She has a fun personality. She is active and food driven. She does need an active home as she is high energy. She knows basic commands such as sit, stay, lay down, paw and drop when you want her to release a toy or other item. She is trained to ring the bells on the door when she needs to go outside. She is main floor trained but if she makes it into a bedroom or other area she does have accidents from time to time. She sleeps in a crate at night and does not whine. She does puppy smile which sometimes people mistake as her showing her teeth but it is just her excitement. She is bouncy and can jump on new people, will run when given the opportunity and can be stubborn. She does not snuggle but likes to curl up at the bottom of the bed.If you are interested in meeting and/or adopting this baby, please fill out an application. They currently are fixed, up to date on shots, wormings, preventatives and are microchipped. Adoption fee is $188 ($175 Adoption Fee + $13 Lifetime Registration Fee for Microchip), applications can be filled out at this link. .We cannot guarantee breed or size when full grown.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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