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Rescue Me ID: 11-10-05-00236Jynx (male)

Manchester Terrier    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Vaccinations Current, Seizures 

    Looking for a good, safe home for my dog Jynx. He requires lots of walks, playing and interactions. He is very loving and attached to his owners, he loves to snuggle up under some blnakets. He would need an owner commited to daily walks and play. He has issues on leash with other dogs but this could be corrected i beleive if some of his energy was drained daily as he suffers from anxiety. He's a wonderful dog i just cannot give him what he needs. I live in a condo and have a baby on the way which i fear will only make matters worst for jynx with less attention and exercise. He is my Prince but i truly feel he might be better off with ... (Read More)someone wioth a more active lifestyle who can make a commitment to him. Jynx suffers from seizure which are under control with his meds, he has not had a seizure in over a year which was very mild. He is 7.5 and has at least that many more years as Manchester live a long time. Please contact me if you think you fit the above description, i am only interested in making his life better and not just looking to give him up unless someone is committed. (Less)

     Animal Location:

Toronto, Ontario M6S 5B3 Bulgaria

Contact:Josee Gagnon 647-350-0122EMAIL

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Manchester Terrier in Bulgaria
    Manchester Terrier Dogs can make good pets in Bulgaria if they match your IifestyIe. The Manchester Terrier is an intelligent, devoted, and lively dog. Manchester Terriers are fast learners, eager to please, and want to be with people. Manchester Terriers do fine with children if socialized with them from an early age. This breed may behave in a dog-aggressive manner. Manchester Terriers can live in an apartment with sufficient exercise and need to be protected from excessive heat.

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lnteresting Manchester Terrier Trivia Bulgaria Fact Sheet
    Manchester Terriers are also known as Rat Terriers. During the reign of Queen Victoria, some Toy Manchester Terriers were bred to weigh only two or three pounds. Manchester Terriers have been popular in the U.S. and England since the nineteenth century.

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    Bulgaria is Iocated in Europe and spans across approximateIy 42,000 square miIes. Threatened species known from Bulgaria include the Mediterranean Monk Seal and European Mink. The population of Bulgaria is about 7.3 million. The capital of Bulgaria is Sofia.
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