Jina was found roaming the streets in February 2015 in the frigid weather...lost and alone. She spent a few months in a kennel until she was pulled by her foster family. At first, Jina appeared to not know how to “just be a dog.” She seemed worried and stressed and was a little leery of her new foster parents and fur-siblings. She wasn’t sure about coming into the house or climbing the steps. Well let us tell you, wow has she learned FAST!! She loves life as an inside dog. She LOVES to play in the yard, but she DEFINITELY loves attention and is a pretty calm dog! It has been fun to watch her learn how to be a dog with no worries.
Jina could be a Plott Hound/Pitt mix, but we aren't sure. What we do know is she's about 3 years old, 45 lbs and is a very sweet girl. She is great with kids and is good with cats, although she sometimes chases the cats, she has NEVER hurt them. It’s obvious that she’s trying to play with them.
Although Jina accepted her three foster fur-siblings when she came into her foster home (probably due to her broken spirit and because it was their home), she needs to be in a home where there are no other dogs. She just wants all of your love to herself and she has plenty to give!
Jina is housebroken and eats and sleeps in her crate. She has been spayed and is up-to-date on all of her shots and heartworm preventative. All she wants now is to have a family to call her own! Could you be the one?
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