Eddie (Wonky Pets Rescue, fostered S. Derbyshire)

Little Eddie is a 14-year-old Jack Russell Terrier who is with Wonky Pets Rescue, in a foster home in South Derbyshire.

Eddie is a sweet little gent, a quiet, unassuming boy who has had a pretty tough life and tries to keep himself out of harm’s way. Eddie loves nothing more than a gentle fuss and a good walk before settling down in his bed for a snooze.

Eddie is great with small dogs, but sadly his past has involved him being attacked by large dogs, so although he tries to avoid any trouble, it will be best for him to be rehomed with a friendly dog of similar size or smaller. He is sharing his foster home with chihuahuas and a pug and he gets along great with them. He hasn’t lived with cats previously. As Eddie prefers a quieter life nowadays, he needs a home where any resident children are aged 12 plus. He would be OK with younger visiting grandchildren who are respectful.

Eddie really enjoys his food and is currently having a small-breed kibble and raw food, which he loves. He travels absolutely fine in the car and is clean and well-behaved in the house. He loves company but would be OK to be left alone for a few hours with a canine pal for company.

He is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated, and will be rehomed with 5 weeks free pet insurance. Eddie has also recently had a dental and had a number of teeth out, but he still manages to eat well. He has had treatment to remove a wart from the top of his head. Other than that he has a clean bill of health.

Eddie is a gorgeous boy who deserves a chance of happiness. Could you offer him a loving home?

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Contact Wonky Pets Rescue as follows:

Email: wonkypetsrescue@gmail.com with details of your home offer and your contact details.

Please mention that you saw Eddie on the Oldies Club website.
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