We have a totally gorgeous litter of healthy, clever, smooth coated, short legged, tri-coloured Jack Russell Terrier puppies available to loving, active & knowledgeable families only. Males and Females available. Ready to start joining their new homes from 26th October onwards.
Our pups are micro-chipped, wormed & their de-fleaing is up to date when they leave us to join their new homes.
They will be accompanied by a full and concise Breeder Information pack (Diet, exercise, Care, Training, Health, Breed info sheets etc) also 4 weeks free Petplan Insurance for a little peace of mind and to give time for organisation or shopping around; scent blanket; toys & food to get you started.
All our babies are raised in our family home with children and other dogs so very well socialised, used all the hustle and bustle of busy, active life with their humans; enjoyed visitors of all shapes and sizes; travelled via car journeys; and been spoilt rotten in every way!
Mum will be seen with her babies (along with several other generations of our lines), she is a short legged, smooth coat, gentle, healthy and fit, proper JRT. Their Dad can also be met with his little ones and is also a short legged, smooth coat, tri-coloured, handsome, healthy, intelligent and fit JRT. I cannot wait to see these long awaited JRT babies grow and become awesome dogs that their parents are.
We offer a genuine full lifetime Breeder support to all our new puppy owners we are at the end of the phone 24/7 if you ever need us.
We have nearly 20 years experience in our breed and have all grown up with and work with dogs in general, therefore offer a wealth of knowledge and will be of permanent support to these pups and their new families.
We expect our potential new puppy owners to be Jack Russell Terrier loving people whom will not hesitate to ask for help when needed but whom also have done plenty of research, asked lots of questions and whom are absolutely sure that they can dedicate themselves to their new JRT family member.
Please feel free to contact us any-time with enquiries. Phone calls for a proper chat are preferred.
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