Their foster dad says “Both dogs are doing great, tons of fun, loving looking out the window and running around, and also demand cuddling time whenever someone sits down. Gracie is more snuggly than Jack and she will jump up at the foot of my recliner and settle in for a nap. Jack is more interested in everything that is going on; he will position himself to watch the whole room or stand in a chair to look out the window. He is first to go to the windowsill to check out what’s going on outside. Both of them are very well behaved on walks, even controlled by an 8 yr old”
Jack and Gracie sleep well at night in their crates; they will go right in and fall asleep while the humans are still watching TV. They don’t need to be crated when the family leaves – they will bark to say goodbye and hello but nothing is out of place when the humans return.
We will only consider a home together for this bonded pair. When you’ve been together 12 years and love each other like they do, it’s not fair to split them up. In the photos Jack is the dog with more brown and Gracie is almost all white and has the ball in her mouth most of the time ; 0 )
To apply to adopt Jack and Gracie or any of our sweeties, please check out our application.
Please note: We do not have a physical location, but we are supported by a network of wonderful foster homes that are spread throughout New England. A dog will need to be visited by a prospective adopter in the foster home where they are feeling safe and comfortable.
Thank you for considering rescue!
Jack and Gracie are being fostered in southern Maine while they wait for their perfect forever family to find them.
Jack and Gracie are the sweetest pair of lovebugs! You would never know they are 12 years old Jack Russells, they certainly don’t know they are considered senior citizens! Gracie has a ball in her mouth from morning til night and Jack likes to walk and play and hang out with his humans and of course his “sister” Gracie. They are local dogs who were surrendered because they weren’t adjusting well to the new human babies. They like to be the center(s) of attention and would love to have a new family who will give them the time and love they deserve. They have a human foster sibling who is eight and they are loving that!