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Secret Life of Pets: Max   

In shelter Dog

Aurora, Center Township, Dearborn Cou...
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Secret Life of Pets: Max
Jack Russell Terrier, Terrier, Mixed
Brown, Chocolate with White
These original 5 puppies were taken from the mother when they were 2 weeks old, the mother was feral and they were worried that she would carry them off Into the woods and that we wouldn't be able to find them again later. They have been hand reared and are extremely socialized. Because they haven't had a mom to correct them and help teach them boundaries,  they are on the active wild side.  They are bouncy and will scratch and nip in their excitement to get attention.  This litter can not be adopted in pairs, they are good with other dogs,  but they are too competitive with each other.  The mom was said to be a Mountain Cur but we have no information on the father.  We are loosely guessing jack Russell, setter or hound mix.They currently have their first shots, wormings, flea preventative, heartworm preventative 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 do not do pediatric spay neuter in our program but assistance will be provided when they are old enough, usually at 4-6 months on males and 6-8 months on females. If you are interested in meeting and/or adopting this baby, please fill out an application.We cannot guarantee breed or size when full grown.Due to our current situation, with more great applicants than we have available puppies and young adults, we are no longer accepting applications from people that are over 150 miles away. Exceptions may be made on dogs over the age of 3, special needs dogs and direct referrals from our volunteers.


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