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Jesse   

In shelter Dog

Charles Town, WV, 25414
Pet name:
Jesse
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Jack Russell Terrier
Date:
11/14/2021
Colors:
White / Cream
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
Pssst say hello to our friend Jesse.

Jesse came to us with brothers Joey and Danny after they were found in a heartbreaking state of neglect.

The brothers were all quite shy at first due to lack of socialization and love in their lives before Briggs.

But, with time and great care here these brothers have really come out of their shells.

Jesse gets a confidence boost from the company of Danny sometimes and has also become a fan of his favorite caregivers here.

These siblings love to play with one another and also enjoy treats from their trusted caregivers.

It is a joy to see them so happy now and we cannot wait to see the progress they will make in a forever home.

Do you have the ideal home for one or two of these brothers? See if you fit the criteria below:

A quiet, calm home without small children which will help them to feel safe while building a bond with you.

A securely fenced yard attached to your home for play sessions, basic obedience training, leash walk practice, and all other doggie endeavors.

An outgoing compatible canine already in your home to help with confidence building and to provide a playmate for one of these brothers.

Patience, time, energy and a commitment to giving them the loving care they need to thrive.

With all of these things in place they will each be in the best position to succeed and have a wonderful life with you!

We know you have a heart as big as each of theirs so fill out that application today!
Briggs Animal Adoption Center (304) 724-6558 adopt@baacs.org

Location


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