Maggie - A Sweet Young Jack Russell Terrier
(Who Isn't a Terror)
Susan Daffron talks to Kris Kelly about a Jack Russell terrier that is available for adoption. Kris is the founder of the Kris Kelly Foundation which is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving animals from abuse, slaughter, and neglect. Kris and her team pull animals from shelters, place them in foster care, and find them new "forever" homes.
Maggie is a female Jack Russell terrier that was pulled from the Castaic shelter in Los Angeles. Unlike many terriers, Maggie has a fairly low-key personality. Although she does need exercise, unlike some JRs, she is not a whirling dervish that's in constant motion. She likes curling up on her bed and enjoying some down time too. Although Maggie likes people (including kids!), she's not quite as sure about cats, so Kris suggests that Maggie go to a feline-free home. Maggie is only about a year old and although she doesn't seem to have had any formal training, like all Jack Russells is extremely smart and willing to learn. She's a sweetheart with no bad habits to speak of. This little dog is looking for that perfect "forever" home with someone who will love her for the rest of her life.
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