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Stewie

Male Senior Jack Russell Terrier

If you have any questions about Stewie, please contact Old Dog Home at support@olddoghomega.com

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About Stewie

Stewie is a 13 y/o Jack Russell Terrier, who came to us as an owner surrender.  He is a sweet and fun boy, and everyone who meets him, falls in love!  He has to be the center of attention and will even climb on top of the other dogs' backs to get closer to you for pets.  And if you stop petting him, he will use his little paw to drag your hand back over.  Velcro dog deluxe! 

When we got Stewie, he was in pretty rough shape...  He needed extensive dental work done, which left him with only 6 teeth in his little mouth.  He feels much better now, though, and it doesn't stop him from guzzling his dinner every night!  Stewie also has asthma and has to use a rescue inhaler once or twice a day; we have a mouthpiece and aerosol chamber for him to use when he starts having trouble breathing.  We'll show his family how to do this when he gets adopted!

Stewie LOVES kids and would be happy to live in a home with respectful children.  He is (mostly) house trained, (mostly) crate trained, and (fully) nondestructive.  Apart from his inhaler, he is not on any regular daily medications, and his senior blood work all came back perfect.  He is ready to go home today!

Adoption Fee: $200

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Details

Name
Stewie
Age
Senior
Gender
Male
Size
Small
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
NO
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Old Dog Home

Conyers GA 30094

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