This girl is the definition of energy and will amaze you with just how high she can jump and how fun she is! Although she is little, this girl sure is a lot of dog! Bullet was previously an SPCA dog from 2019, but her owner unfortunately fell ill and was no longer able to care for her. Now that shes back, raccoon eyed and all, she is SO ready to give all of her love and attention to her new people!
Bullet is absolutely lovely, she’s affectionate and sweet and just wants to be with you 24/7! She is super people oriented, and will thrive in a home where she can get a lot of time and understanding while she adjusts. Bullet is a really good energy reader, and often is matching her persons energy as best as she can! This does mean she can be quite energetic and anxious when the people around her display the same energy. She would thrive with a calm individual who can allow Bullet the space she needs to decompress and settle out of her excitement.
We often joke she has springs for legs as this little girls legs are hardly on the ground!
Bullet does have some reactivity issues that we are working with an Animal Kind trainer for, and would be happy to discuss her progress with a potential adopter and what a future plan for her would look like! At this stage, Bullet should not go to a home with other canines but with continued training and work, she would enjoy having canine friends she can go visit! Very terrier like of her, Bullet is not a candidate to be around cats as she finds them way too exciting!
Bullet is a great dog who just needs a home that is willing to work with her and understand her behaviors! She’s never had any formal training and is trying her best to learn as quickly as she can, and given the time and tools to succeed, she will excel and be the best family member.
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- Days in care: 22
- Approximate age: 7 years old
- Pet Type: Dog
- Breed: Jack Russell Terrier
- Colour: Black
- Weight: 6.3 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: BC SPCA Comox Valley, Comox B.C.
- Animal ID: 567992
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
- Adoption fees
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