In shelter Dog

Chico, Butte County, California, Unit...
Jack Russell Terrier, Mixed
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Bookie the Wookie, I am a handsome young lad. I didn't have a great start in life. My first owners dumped me down by the river as a young puppy. I lived on scraps thrown to me by the homeless people who lived by the river. I was very scared but some nice people caught me and took me to their home. I saw the vet and got all of my shots and I was neutered (OUCH!) and microchipped. I had a very bad start but I am working on my personal skills. I am very afraid of men and people that I don't know. I love to play, get pets, snacks, and cuddle on the couch. I just want someone who will be my one and only. I'm good with other dogs. I like to chase squirrels, rabbits, and anything that thinks it is too fast for me to catch it. I like to smile when I'm happy to see you and I will wiggle and squirm. I lay down and sleep if I am kept in a crate even if I don't like it. Are you looking for a great hiking buddy? Can you give me the perfect couch to sleep on? If you think you have what it takes to be my perfect furever home, feel free to fill out an adoption application.     At Wags and Whisker's Pet Rescue:   For foster, rescue, or adoption: Call (530) 895-8888 or email Visit our websites:


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