He's living in London right now, Highbury. It's fairly leafy for London and I live within 5mins walk of 3 big parks where I can let him off the lead. No rabbits to chase after, although he makes up for that by going for pigeons ad squirrels. He completly forgets his name when chasing.
I'm orginally from the Yorkshire countryside, one of my best friends lost a terrier when it ran down a badger set, my grand father also lost his JRT down a warren although his managed to dig itself out a day or so later and turned up at the farm house covered in dirt!
I also live with 3 other people. They normally all walk him at least once over the course of a week. He really will go for a walk with anyone who picks up the lead, although when in the house he will always gravitate towards me. There's defineately no problem with him socailising with other people or dogs for that matter.
I did think long and hard before taking on this dog, although I admit that the one thing that escaped my mind was what was going to happen when I started work. I still have a plently of time to think about this, and I'll take your advice on board.
His name is Jack by the way, not too original for a JRT, but I thought it unfair to change the name he had got used for 8 months that the previous owners gave him. It's about the only constant he's had in the last couple of weeks. Here's a pic of the little guy in my parents back garden in North Yorks'.