Brief description: JarJar is a two-year-old German Shepherd blend - all white, short coat. He was initially skinny, but has put on some weight and probably close to 50 lbs. JarJar is a little shy at first, but warms up with treats and love. He tries to be a lap dog, and loves to snuggle up on the couch. He would love somewhere he can run and play - as he has good energy. He is great with other dogs, but seems to be dominant, so he would do well with submissive dogs. Cats are of no concern to him - he doesn’t bark or chase them. JarJar doesn’t seem to have been taught to only potty outside, but is doing well with our training and only has an accident here and there. He is a quick learner. He is also crated at night, and has no problems with it. Kids have been running all around him, and he does very well with them - just a little shy. He’s ready for a permanent home with lots of love and patience to give.
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