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    Shelter Dog Wednesday - Squeak

    NewsShelter Dog WednesdayMonday 30 April 2018
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    Every Wednesday we run a special feature on a rescue dog looking for a loving home. This week, the spotlight is on Squeak, a Jack Russell willing to move in to a forever home with a loving family.

    Battersea and Cats Home is the well-known backdrop of ITV's Paul O'Grady - For The Love Of Dogs but what you see on the show is only a fraction of the work that the shelter do. Battersea takes on over 9000 cats and dogs a year, including Squeak, a lively boy who deserves a happy life with a loving, forever family.

    Name: Squeak

    Breed: Jack Russell Terrier

    Sex: Male

    Age: 4 years 11 months

    Centre: London

    Reference: 363131

    Squeak is a sweet little lad, who indeed does like the sound of his own voice. 

    Being a typical little terrier mix, he enjoys keeping himself busy, and is a fun and energetic boy who always has a wagging tail.

    Squeak isn't a huge fan of being picked up or man-handled, so ideally new owners would be familiar with slow, calm handling techniques and would give him time to build up to being comfortable with handled.

    Though almost five years old, you could be forgiven for mistaking Squeak for a juvenile youngster - he has the look and the energy of a puppy!

    Also, he can become over-excited when he meets other dogs and may need to learn some boundaries in his interactions with dogs.

    Regardless, this boy is full to the brim of character and will make a fab family pet for an active home who can give him the patience to settle in and bring out the best in him.

    To meet Squeak, please contact Battersea’s London centre on 0843 509 4444.

    If you want to adopt a rescue dog like Squeak, please check out our shelter directory for rescues near you!

     
      

     

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