Date of Birth  29.04.2014
Breed  Jack Russell cross Chihuahua
Sex  Female
Colour  Black/Tan
Housetrained  Yes
Destructive  No
Good with dogs  No
Good with cats  No
To live with older children?  Adult only home
To live with younger children  No
Neutered  Yes
Vaccinated  Yes
Microchipped  Yes

Bella came to us back in April 2022 after she was struggling to live amicably with the children in the home she was in.

She sadly bit the child in the home twice over food, for this reason Bella is only suited to living in a quiet adult only home and as the only pet.

Bella walks lovely on a harness and lead and knows her basic commands such as sit and stay. She would not be suitable to be let off the lead unless in an enclosed area.

Bella can be reactive to other dogs out on walks, but her focus can be brought back with food or a ball. She is responsive to training and is eager to please.

Bella is not destructive and was known to be house trained in her previous home, we have found her to be clean in her kennel as well.

Bella is a lovely little dog but is a typical terrier, independent with a bit of sass. She will do absolutely anything for a ball and would spend all day playing fetch if she could, she also enjoys using her nose and playing hide and seek with balls or food, this is a great way to stimulate her.

Bella does have slight trust issues and can struggle with being touched around her head and neck, this can make getting a harness on her a little tricky however, we have recently sought the help of a behaviourist and we are working on this with training and distraction techniques following the advice given. Bella’s new owner must be committed to working through this with her.

Bella has a common condition affecting one of her knee caps, known as luxating patella. This is not causing her any problems currently but does increase the likelihood of her developing arthritis in that leg later in life. Though this is not problematic for her currently, PACT will cover any treatment needed later in life related to this particular condition.

Dog Adoption Form

Our rehoming requirements are below:

  • All existing animals in the home must be neutered and vaccinated (where appropriate)
  • Must be prepared to take out pet insurance to cover any unforeseen accidents or illnesses.
  • Must be prepared to vaccinate annually and keep up to date with flea and worm treatments.
  • You must have a private enclosed garden attached to your home.
  • Your garden must be secure with a minimum of 4ft to maximum of 6ft boundaries - this is dog specific.
  • We do not rehome to flats or homes with communal gardens.
  • You will be required to visit your chosen dog a minimum of 3 times to allow us to assess if you are a suitable match.
  • All members of the household will be required to visit your chosen dog/s.
  • You must be prepared to sign a foster agreement that outlines our terms and conditions.

Rehoming fees:
All costs below are a minimum requested donation. This is to help cover our costs.
All dogs are neutered (puppies are booked in for neutering with us when old enough), vaccinated, microchipped and up to date with flea/worming treatments.

Dogs under 1 year - £350.00
Dogs 1 year-12 years £300.00
Dogs 12 years+ £250.00