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All Dogs Matter Dog of the Week – Jenny

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Jenny may be little, but she’s got a lot of love to give! Could you be the one to give her a new home?

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Name: Jenny
Age: 10 months old
Sex: Female
Breed: Jack Russell Terrier Cross

 

 

How did Jenny come to All Dogs Matter?

She was found abandoned and collected by the pound. After 7 days no one came forward to claim her so we were able to take her into our care and start looking for her forever home!

What sort of home can Jenny live in?

We would prefer to re-home Jenny to a quiet household in a rural/semi-rural area, with children aged 14 years and above. She cannot live with cats but could live with the right calm male dog.

What sort of care does Jenny require?

She has obviously had a difficult start to life and as a result, is quite nervous. Her new owner will need to be confident and calm to help build Jenny’s confidence in her new home! Jenny will make a beautiful companion for anyone lucky enough to adopt her. Once she knows you, she will give you lots of kisses! She’s a cuddly girl who wants to be near you. Jenny can be left on her own for periods of 2 hours. She walks well on the lead and really enjoys a walk.

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Jenny is currently looking for a forever home. If you are interested in adopting Jenny, please complete the All Dogs Matter re-homing questionnaire, or call 020 8341 3196.

About the author

All Dogs Matter

All Dogs Matter

All Dogs Matter are a registered dog rehoming charity based in North London. We rescue abandoned/unwanted dogs from all areas in and around Greater London and work to provide them with either permanent or foster homes. We are a team of passionate dog lovers and our job is to pair each dog with the best new owner for it, ensuring that it will be safe, cared for and loved for the rest of its life.

To find out more, visit www.alldogsmatter.co.uk

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