In Loving Memory: Sadly, this animal has now passed away.

Pallas (Private Rehoming, East London)

Pallas

7/10/15 Little Pallas became ill due to problems with her liver and kidneys and sadly has had to be put to sleep. Sleep tight Pallas.

This little cutie is Pallas who is a sweet 14 year old Jack Russell Terrier girl who is being privately rehomed. She is in East London.

Pallas appeared on our website 5 years ago, when she was privately rehomed by her original owner, due to her owner’s work commitments. Pallas found a perfect home, where she has been very happy for 5 years, but very sadly her recent owner has just died and so Pallas finds herself back with her original owner, looking for a new home once again.

Ideally, Pallas would like a home with someone who will be around a lot of the time. She has never lived with children or other animals, but is fine out and about with other dogs. Off lead, she always stays within sight. She dislikes sudden, loud bangs, but is okay with distant fireworks. She will try to chase squirrels and pigeons and so needs a home without small furries. Pallas is completely house trained.

Pallas is spayed and is a lovely, affectionate dog who will make someone a wonderful companion. A home without other animals and children would suit her best so she can have all the attention to herself.

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Pallas when she was 9 years old

A message from ‘Pallas’: “My owner passed away recently and I was rehomed with him via this web site back in 2010. I have lived a very happy life with a warm loving dad and I need to find a new home to retire in, with a comfortable bed next to a radiator and regular walks. I have a wonderful nature and just want to be loved.”

Pallas is being rehomed privately by Rachel, who has confirmed she would take Pallas back if the new home didn’t work out for any reason.

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If you could offer this cute little girl a loving home, please contact Rachel as follows:

Please mention that you saw Pallas on the Oldies Club website.
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The Oldies Club suggests you read our article Questions for Adopters which is written to help people who are planning to adopt a dog from a private owner rather than a rescue. Prospective adopters will be homechecked by the owner or by an Oldies Club volunteer.


In Loving Memory: Sadly, this animal has now passed away.