Jena ID#380318 is a female, 5-year old Bulldog and American Staffordshire Terrier blend weighing about 50 lbs. She is a sweet, friendly, quiet and calm girl who will stay right by your side. She loves meeting people and doesn't react to loud noises or the doorbell. She is housebroken and will sit by the door to tell you when she needs to go outside. She is leash trained and rides well in a car ... she's affectionate, even-tempered and gentle. This is how Jena describes herself in her own words ...
"I'm the definition of a lady. My name is Jena and I am a very gentle and even tempered 5 year old Bulldog and American Stafford Blend. I have all the manners of a lady, I am housebroken, leash trained, and quiet but I love to meet new people and I adore the occasional trip in the car. I would love to be your one and only as I prefer to have all the attention on me. My ideal day would consists of a pupacino from Starbucks and some cuddling on the couch after a walk calm stroll in the park. I am as sweet as sugar and ready to find my forever home."
Jena is spayed, current on vaccinations and microchipped and her adoption comes with one free month of pet health insurance. She is available for adoption or foster care. You can meet her at San Antonio Pets Alive's Paul Jolly Pet Adoption Center, 210 Tuleta Drive, San Antonio, Tx 78212 - in Brackenridge Park, across the street from the San Antonio Zoo. Adoption Center hours are Weekdays 11 A.M. until 7 P.M.; Saturdays and Sundays 11 A.M. until 6 P.M. Please write to Brackenridge@sanantoniopetsalive.org AND to Adopt@sanantoniopetsalive.org for additional information and updates. When inquiring about this pet, please be sure to give the pet's ID#.
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