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In shelter Dog

Portland, OR, 97229
Pet name:
Jack Russell Terrier
Meet Bindi - The cutest little bundle of energy you will ever meet!  How can you not fall in love with those adorable spotted ears! As far as breed goes - your guess is as good as ours!  Were thinking some kind of terrier, possibly some jack russell type mix.  She is working on crate training and house training and knows how to use a doggy door.  She gets pretty excited so she might be too much energy for young children or first time pet owners.  She would be perfect for someone looking for a running companion or wanting to do agility or some other type of training with her.  

To apply fill out our online Adoption application at

Our dogs are fostered in Texas but available for adoption in the Northern States.  We have transports that leave Texas monthly.  Our out of state adoption fee is $575 per dog. This fee includes spay/neuter, current vaccinations, a registered microchip, a negative heart worm test, health certificate, flea/tick monthly preventative and transport costs. The adoption interview/meet and greet occurs on video call (Skype, FB Messenger call, Face time, etc). The adoption application and fee would be finalized prior to transport. To learn more about Second Chance Dog Rescue, visit our Facebook page at


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