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Re-homing our Jackson

by Tom
(Atlanta, GA)

We have a 5 year old Jack Russell who just recently bit our adult roommate. She is not willing to live with him anymore so we need to find a new home for him as soon as possible. No rescue shelter will take him due to the recent biting incident, and we don not want to consider the option of putting him down or taking him to a shelter that will euthanize him. He's a wonderful dog, and would make a great pet for the right owners and situation. We just aren't sure where to start with finding that right owner. Any help you can offer is greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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Dec 22, 2013
Re homing a Jack
by: Anonymous

So sorry to hear about your Jack and the biting. It's definitely not an easy situation. Where do you live? If you let us know that can help us make more specific suggestions. You can also try calling some pet behaviorists who specialize in aggressive dogs - they might know of a someone that re homes aggressive dogs.

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