Milo is living in foster and because of his history and behavioral requirements he is application only and will likely meet multiple adopters before the right match for him is chosen. HI! My name is Milo McScruff, I am a 5-year-old neutered, rough coated Jack Russell terrier. As you can see, I am cute as can be but you should also know that in addition to being a sweet and loving guy with a fun-loving quirky personality, I can be mischievous, tenacious and very occasionally (cough cough) a bit of jerk. I am a Jack Russell Terrier so what do you expect?!? Because of my occasional tendency towards unsavory behavior, I have a rather checkered past and need a special kind of future. You see, I have had a number of families and have been in and out of a few `doggie detention` centers. Finally, I landed myself in a special foster boot camp/work release program where I have come to be understood for the first time. Whew, what a relief to have people finally get me! Milo's forever home will be one with no children as family members or visitors. He needs strong experienced owners who understand that he will need structure and discipline as well as affection, and will be able to give that to him. Milo is best suited to a single-family home, not an apartment or townhouse setting as he does bark. In foster Milo has lived with both dogs and cats and did well with appropriate introductions, in fact we feel he would do best in a home with other dogs who are well balanced as opposed to being an only dog. Given the personality of the Jack Russell terrier, this breed is not for everyone, please do your research ahead of time.
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