Jax is a 4 1/2 year old 65lb. darling and loving guy. He has been professionally trained going through 7 weeks of boot camp training. He also learned how to pull you on a skateboard and ride along side you on a bike.
Jax is American Bull Dog and or American Staffordshire Terrier mixed with Dane or Lab. (He went swimming the other day and swam to get his toys and loved the water so he must have Lab in him.) He loves baths too.
Jax is house broken and DOES NOT MARK! He pees like a girl dog. He is good with kids and adults. He is dog friendly with proper introductions. HE WAS RAISED WITH 2 SMALL DOGS AND 3 CATS.
He loves to play ball and loves his chew toys. He also plays find it; and no matter where you hide his ball, he will search it out.
Jax did not have the best home. Once the son left home and abandoned Jax, he was banned to the backyard with no one walking him or other dogs to play with him for over 2 years. He needs to be part of a family and not left in a backyard unattended.
Jax loves attention and wants to be next to you. He is a fun active boy and would make a great hiking and or jogging buddy. He loves car rides. It would be nice if his new family already had a playful dog or keep him socialized with other dogs. He is okay with cats once they put him in his place, he respects them.
Jax responds well to direction and is a quick learner and quite smart. He is a very handsome strong happy boy who really wants a forever loving family who will give him the home he so deserves and that will follow through with his professional training he has already been through giving him exercise, structure, discipline and consistency. Is that you??
If you would like to meet Jax and or know more about this handsome boy, We have more videos to share if interested. So. Ca adoptions preferred. Contact Helene email@example.com
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