If you're interested in adopting any SGSR dog, please read about our Adoption Process and fill out an Adoption Application. Visit our website for more information, including Frequently Asked Questions.
Hi! My name is Jim Bob but you can call me JB for short! I am a two year old small, mixed guy that is looking for his forever home, could you be my new family? I only weigh 40 pounds so I am the perfect size for a house, condo or apartment! I am completely house trained and it is safe to let me have free roam of the house. I don’t have accidents and I don’t chew anything! All I ask is for a soft place to lie down! I live with 3 furry foster siblings…2 girls and 1 boy. The boy keeps me busy because he is a puppy and likes to play a lot! One of my foster sisters likes to play too but not as much. My other foster sister doesn’t play any, she just sleeps.
So, I am good with any and all and will play as little or as much as you want! I love toys and bones and love being close to my people. I didn’t have any leash manners when I came and pulled really bad but I am getting much better with that. I also get very excited if you take me to places with a lot of other people or dogs so I still need to work on calming down a bit on that but with proper corrections I do good. My foster mom says I like to “talk a lot” sometimes but that I am a very sweet, loving guy! I haven't met a cat yet so I do not know if I will like them or not! My first family was moving and couldn’t take me with them and my next family said their small human was allergic to me so as I’m sure you can guess I am tired of bouncing around and really want a family to call my own forever!!! I am being fostered in Matthews, NC.
Our adoption process consists of a telephone interview, a call to your veterinarian and a home visit. If you have any questions about the adoption process please contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
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