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Micah in Shreveport, Louisiana   

In shelter Dog

Shreveport, LA, 71101
Pet name:
Micah in Shreveport, Louisiana
Jack Russell Terrier
Micah wants a new home. He hopes he will be the only dog because he wants the get all the love, lap time, attention, and petting. He actually enjoys playing and interacting with other dogs, but he just doesn’t want them around his mom. He’s a very good boy. Loves to just hang out. Play with toys, just be with you all the time.
He’s about six years old and is fully vetted. He is neutered, vaccinated, and microchip. He is in the prime of his life and is an agile energetic little dog. We hope someone will adopt him that can take him for short walks and play with him.
Micah is heartworm positive and will require an Advantage Multi every month. It does not slow him down.
If you have never had a Jack Russell before he’s probably not going to be the right dog for you. He’s super smart and very engaging. Sometimes JRTs “own their owners” !!!
His new home needs to have a securely fenced yard. We will visit your home to check it out. You must also have a good vet reference.
No kids. No cats. No other dogs. No shipping. The adopter must be able to drive to Shreveport to get him.
His adoption fee is 276 dollars. Please fill out the online application on 


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