Hi my name is Jelli - I'm a really really sweet dog, independent yet affectionate and love to cuddle with my humans. I love to play with other dogs, fetch ball, follow the dogs or people around. Not sure how I would react to cats yet. Need a home that's properly and securely fenced. I don't jump on people. Love to go for walks.
I'm 3 yrs old, up to date on shots, dewormed, very social with all dogs, I'm not aggressive and more of submissive type. I Sleep excellent thru the night on my bed next to my foster's mom, in kid's bed or in my crate. I am crate trained and stay in a crate at night or when my foster family leaves. My previous foster said I don't like crates and can get out but when I am crated I am in the same room as my other dog friends and am ok being in the crate either at night or when my foster family is gone . I'm potty trained. I'm looking for a serious, loving , and committed family that will love me forever. Will you be that one?
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