Jackie is a sweet and loving mature Jack Russell terrier; a female who came to the shelter with a couple of large punctures on her shoulders. She’s been cared for and is in top shape now.
She’s a terrier to the bone, though she would do best in a home where she’s the only dog. She will be devoted to her human, but we think we see the signs that she was bravely willing to tangle with a much larger dog. So she needs to be on a leash when she goes out.
Rachelle is a sweet and shy girl. Although shy, she will warm up after a short time in your home, as she is only a little bit shy.
She will be available for adoption after Nov. 18. She is scheduled to attend the Cornell Junior Vet Clinic, where she will be spayed and given all up to date treatments, including a COVID-19 test.
Bradford County Humane Society partners with the College of Veterinary Medicine each year to provide young female cats for the Junior Vets’ first spay operation. Often the young veterinarians will adopt the cats that they spay, they cherish the cats, and make fairly ideal cat parents.
Jackie and Rachelle’s details, along with other adoptable pets, may be viewed at pa19.petfinder.com. BCHS is a no kill shelter and a United Way of Bradford County Agency.