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In shelter Dog

Ramona, California, 92065
Pet name:
Jack Russell Terrier, Mixed
White with Brown or Chocolate
Coat length:
Meet Dennis! 

Dennis was found running with a leash streaming behind him. He was taken to the San Diego Humane Society, and when he wasn't claimed, we scooped him up on June 29th! Dennis is approximately 14 years old and weighs 20 lbs. He was neutered and had a dental cleaning while at the shelter. 

Dennis looks like a Jack Russell Terrier mix, and he has the best of the breed's qualities: spunk, energy, curiosity, and a bit of sassy ‘tude! Dennis has a great time on our weekly Frosted Fakers hikes, and he's the perfect example of a 'Frosted Faker': he's estimated to be around 14 years old but seems much younger! He is able to walk two miles easily on our hikes, and although he pulled on leash, the further into the hike, the less he pulled. Dennis is a fun, friendly dog who is up for adventures, benefits from exercise and stimulation, and loves being in the middle of the action in our play yard with his fellow Frosted Faces.


Dennis lives onsite at Frosted Faces Foundation. Come meet him at our Open House on Saturdays & Sundays, 10 am - 1 pm! 

Learn more about our programs at . No adoption fees, and we help with medical costs! 

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Updated: 7/7/21 KG


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