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My name is Jax!

Pit Bull Terrier/Boxer Mix Dog for adoption in Fort Wayne, Indiana - Jax
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I'm being cared for by:
Fort Wayne Pit Bull Coalition

Facts about Jax

  • Breed: Pit Bull Terrier/Boxer Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
Handsome gentle soul looking for a home that will give him the love he deserves. This poor boy came from a rough start, locked in a crate for days. But he has been set free from that life. Jax is a wonderful and loving boy who enjoys the company of other dogs, children, and people of all kinds! This guy is pretty amazing, and still such a young boy at just over a year old. He is smart and eager to please. He currently lives with two other dogs and six children of varying ages. He is a boy who takes everything in life in stride! He now lives in a lovely foster home while he awaits his forever home. Could that be you?

About Fort Wayne Pit Bull Coalition

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

http://www.fwpbc.com/#!donate/ctzx

Our Adoption Process...

All pets adopted are up to date on vaccines, spayed or neutered, microchipped, heartworm negative, and on heartworm/flea prevention. Adoption fee for most pets is $150 which helps to cover the costs associated with the vaccines, surgeries, etc.
If you are interested in adoption, you will need to fill out an adoption application to begin the process. We will also do a home check and all members of the family, including other dogs, are required to meet the pet before adoption to ensure a great match.
Adopters are then required to sign an adoption contract. Adopters are required to keep their new pet up to date on vaccines and heartworm prevention, and see a veterinarian at least once yearly.