You''re not really living until you''ve met a dog like Jenna. This girl is a dog lover''s dream, with her soft and soulful people-focused nature and her silly, playful ways. Adopt her and she will keep you smiling for sure, with your heart full of adoration for this amazing girl.
If you can''t resist Jenna''s cute, block-headed Boxer-Pug face, just wait until you meet her and see how soft and sweet her personality is. Jenna is truly soft soul with a lovely desire to please her people. Training her is easy, as she is very treat motivated and lives to make people happy. Someone has already taught her to shake/wave her paw for treats, and it''s her totally adorable go-to trick that she offers up any time there might be a chance of food! She will thrive in a positive, encouraging home, and she would love a human who doesn''t mind having a shadow who follows them around the house, happy to be close. She also gets along with everyone, both humans and canines, and she would be overjoyed to have a playful male dog in her her forever home. She loves to romp, zoom, play chase, and wrestle with her dog companions.
Jenna is already housebroken and has never had an accident in her foster home. She is currently progressing well with crate training and while she complains when she first goes in, she settles and sleeps quietly all through the night in her crate. This adorable girl would love to go on outings with you, because meeting and greeting new humans is one of her favorite activities. She will give you a big kiss and lean into you looking for some love and affection -- it''s the cutest thing! But Jenna has lots of `cutest things,` including her off-the-charts snorting when she sleeps, when she plays, when she explores the yard, really any time a little snorting is in order.
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