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Meet Jackson, (alias Jack, Zach, Jack-O), our newest little foster pup. Jackson is looking for a home with a fenced yard and, hopefully, his own boy or girl to run and play with. Grown-up boys and girls would be fine as well, as long as they like to romp and play a lot. Transportation can be arranged to just about anywhere in the USA, to the right people.

My name is Jackson. I am a super playful, extraordinarily smart 5 month-old male Jack Russell Terrier. I have had all my shots, am already neutered and dewormed. Karen Marie says I am smarter than a whip. She tells me something one time and I remember it forever more. I am completely house-trained (yay for me!) and am learning how to walk on a leash right now. I like to go for rides in the car and love playing with other medium size and larger dogs, as long as they are friendly. I can play for a long time, so I need a fenced in yard where I can play, play, play. I would not be happy in an apartment or condo.

I know how to fetch and will bring the ball back, no problem-o !! Just so long as you throw it again. I haven't chewed anything up I am not supposed to, so everybody at my foster home is happy, happy, happy with me. I cuddle up on the sofa with Andy and Karen, right next to my friend, Kela, and sleep contentedly for several naps each day. Right now I like to sleep at the foot of the bed, but could probably be trained to sleep on a nice soft, warm doggy bed if someone didn't like me up on their bed with them.

I promise to bring lots of love to my new humans, whoever they may be. If you think you might like to adopt me, just let Karen know. My adoption fee is $100 which covers all my shots and neutering. I am going to hate leaving here, but would really like to get to my forever home soon. Are you the right humans for me?
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Meet Jackson, (alias Jack, Zach, Jack-O), our newest little foster pup. Jackson is looking for a home with a fenced yard and, hopefully, his own boy or girl to run and play with. Grown-up boys and girls would be fine as well, as long as they like to romp and play a lot. He is an awesome dog and really deserves a good home.

My name is Jackson. I am a super playful, extraordinarily smart 5 month-old male Jack Russell Terrier. I have had all my shots, am already neutered and dewormed. Karen Marie says I am smarter than a whip. She tells me something one time and I remember it forever more. I am completely house-trained (yay for me!) and am learning how to walk on a leash right now. I like to go for rides in the car and love playing with other medium size and larger dogs, as long as they are friendly. I can play for a long time, so I need a fenced in yard where I can play, play, play. I would not be happy in an apartment or condo.
 
I know how to fetch and will bring the ball back, no problem-o !! Just so long as you throw it again. I haven't chewed anything up I am not supposed to, so everybody at my foster home is happy, happy, happy with me. I cuddle up on the sofa with Andy and Karen, right next to my friend, Kela, and sleep contentedly for several naps each day. Right now I like to sleep at the foot of the bed, but could probably be trained to sleep on a nice soft, warm doggy bed if someone didn't like me up on their bed with them.

I promise to bring lots of love to my new humans, whoever they may be. If you think you might like to adopt me, just let Karen know. My adoption fee is $100 which covers all my shots and neutering. I am going to hate leaving here, but would really like to get to my forever home soon. Are you the right humans for me?
 
Wow, he is cute! We are looking for a home for our foster kitty (first). I'll be sad to see him go - I suppose that's a rite of passage or something.
 
I hope you found a great home for you foster kitty, Nathan. It can be super hard to let them go, sometimes. 

When it came time for Jackson to be adopted out, we couldn't let him go. lol. He is doing great here as a permanent member of our family. :)
 
Well congrats on a successful foster!

We did find our first foster a good home. But then our second foster "went perm," so I guess we're retiring from fostering for now. Thomasina is older, and was a rescue through a cats with diabetes network, so we never really tried to adopt her out.
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