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Lucky's Story

Lucky (Age: 6 months)
Pedigree: Jack Russell Terrier

Hi,

My name is Lucky, and I'm a Jack Russell Terrier through and through. I don't really have an abuse story, just one that makes my human Mommy's heart melt like butter. I guess it was love at first sight for both of us.

I was just a few weeks old and my Mommy wanted to hold me after doing so with my sister. I was so tiny that she was afraid of hurting me, but held me anyway. Unlike my sister, I cuddled up to her and went to sleep right there in her arms inside her coat. I barely remember it being very cold, as Mommy tells me it was at night time in the fall. And because I did this, she full in love with me. Can't say that I didn't do the same, cause I did and here I am, with the Mommy I picked.

I'm now 6 months old and doing great with the lady that loves me so dearly. There's nothing Mommy wouldn't do to protect me. I do have my forever home and know it.

 

A note from Mommy:  Well, I lost Cuddles in November of 2012 to her Epilepsy. It became necessary to have her put down with a heavy heart. But that sadness soon gave way to the joy of this beautiful JRT that anyone could love. I got Lucky in December of 2012 not expecting to find a puppy so soon. She's not only won my attention and love as a person, but my heart as a little dogs adopted Mommy.

As a responsible person should, I've gotten all her shots and have had her spayed. JRT's are not just any old dog, as they are one of the more intelligent breeds a person can ever have in their lives. However, if you're not up to a extremely high energy dog, I wouldn't recommend a JRT for you. They need lots of attention and they demand it. They need toys and the like to keep them busy and happy. Their not for the person who doesn't have the time to be with them. One of Lucky's favorite things is tug-a-war, and she has a blast with it.

JRT's are one of the most active dogs a person can have or work with. The intelligence of these dogs is remarkable, and there is absolutely nothing they won't try to figure out. In most cases, you can see the thinking process going on if you watch your JRT closely. With Lucky, my husband and I see her figure things out without a lot of problems doing so, and once they figure things out, they DON'T easily forget what they learned. In fact, they don't forget!!!

One thing for sure, if you have a Jack Russell Terrier, you'll never have a boring moment as long as they live. There's always something that gets their attention or something they're willing to try that's different. When lovable, they put all their heart, body and soul into it and give more than most can handle. When bored and needing more things to do, they can and often are the "Tasmanian Devil" of all dogs. But if you have one, then you know just what I'm saying, otherwise, it's had to imagine what this little dog is capable of doing.

 
 

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