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Name: Chotah

Parson Jack Russell

Sex: Female
Age: 10 years
Colour: White & Tan
Dog friendly: Yes 
Cats: No!
Children: 13+



Chotah, a lovely 10 yr old Parson girl who is sadly looking for a new home as she is not comfortable around the young grandchildren who have now moved into her home.

She is a very sweet girl, who would love a quiet, active retirement home without young children, and where she can have access to the downs, heath or woods as she is not used to walking in traffic.

Chotah gets on fine with onlead dogs outside the home, but isn't keen if they are very bouncy or forward and run up to her, so would be better living as an only dog in a home. She is extremely affectionate and likes nothing more than to be cuddled up on your lap getting lots of attention.


She is a chatty girl and likes to help in the kitchen, following you to the fridge and sitting and waiting whilst you are preparing food on the work surfaces, patiently waiting for a morsel to fall her way. She would make a great companion for someone living alone as she really loves to be with you and is quite happy to mooch in the garden whilst you are busy out there, and equally happy to curl up on a chair whilst you are having a cuppa.

She loves the car and is keen to jump in at every opportunity  Typical terrier, her favourite pursuit is squirrel watch so she would love a home with a nice secure garden to continue this activity!!

Please don’t be put off by her age, she really is an active little girlie and has so much to give and these terriers easily go to 15/16 yrs. If you have room in your heart and on your sofa to offer Chotah a  foster or permanent home please get in touch 


Chotah  will be  vaccinated, microchipped and  neutered .

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If you would like to apply to home Chotah, please complete our homing application HERE.


Please also take the time to read our Guidance Notes on Adopting a Rescue Dog -  HERE,  so that you know how to prepare and what to expect with your new dog.  We would also encourage you to research  the breed that you are looking for,  to ensure  that they suit your family and lifestyle.