Breed: Caucasian Sheepdog (Caucasian Ovtcharka)
Gender: Male, Neutered
Age: 5 years
Dogs: Good with big and small dogs
Cats: Good with cats
Kids: Good with kids
Crate Trained: yes
Leash: Good on leash
Energy Level: Medium
Jungle was abandoned by his previous owner on a busy street. He roamed around the area scavenged, begged for food and managed not to get hit by the cars. Jungle fought so hard to stay alive but one day he was scooped up by the animal control authority and sent to the high kill shelter. Even at the shelter, Jungle was so eager to please everyone by wagging his tail as hard as he could but no one wanted to give him a chance. The rescuer couldn't see such a friendly dog to be put down and saved him right before his time was up.
He is a Caucasus mix that is very friendly, gentle and energetic. He weighs around 50-55 pounds and likes to be close to his human friends as well as all other dogs. His kindness makes everyone love him. After a thorough veterinarian exam, it was found that Jungle was suffering from hip dyspepsia and had to undergo surgery and has since fully recovered.
Jungle has since been in a loving foster care enjoying all the attention from his human friends. He is a natural pack leader who loves to hang out with dogs who are submissive to him. We evaluate Jungle suitable for an active family to help displace his energy. Jungle never gave up his trust in people and is patiently waiting for a family to give him a home to call his own again.
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