Breed: Formosan Mountain Dog
Gender: Male, Neutered
Age: 8 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
Jordan and his friend lived with an old woman who scavenged to survive. The dogs would stay by her side and went everywhere together. The life was very tough for the woman but she always made sure Jordan and his friends would get something to eat. Even though it was never enough of food to fill them up but the dogs would never leave her. The old woman's health deteriorated as time goes by. She knew she was not able to continue feed them and care for them. So, she reached out to our rescuer for help and hopefully they can get adopted.
Jordan is estimated to be around eight years old. He is very calm and gentle. In general, he is pretty nonchalant about dogs of different sizes and cats. But one thing the foster noticed is that he doesn’t like dogs that are not fixed. And when he is sleeping, he really doesn’t like other dogs bothering him. Jordan is a dog of strong opinions. He likes to play with adult dog and always try to avoid puppies. He loves every food you gave him especially chicken and beef jerky. He lives in a foster home learning to be a part of a family. Foster mom treats Jordan very well hoping that he would forget the tough life he had on the street. We think a family with elderly adult is good for Jordan. They can take daily walks together. Jordan can stay at home and sleep all day. He loves this kind of easy life. Jordan is ready to find a home and a family that is willing to give this mature dog a chance to have a home of his own.
To see more pictures and videos of Jordan, please visit http://pets.adoptgair.org/pets.php?pid=20197
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