Let me tell you about the real Jada. I fostered her for last 2 weeks. Jada is 9 months old and spent 90 percent of her life growing up in the shelter. There she had problems potty breaking. Also she had problems with her high energy level. When she came to me as a foster, she came in and had no problems getting settled in with 9 dogs and 2 cats. It happened like right away. She spent 2 days running full steam in the big fenced in yard. With her energy level released she settled down and got into the groove of the routine. She went out often with mine. In 2 weeks she has not had one potty accident. There is no food aggression at all, she has done very well with the 2 cats. She is interested but just wants to play with them no aggression. She listens very well. Tell her no and she stops. She loves to snuggle with a blanket at night in her kennel. Tell her to go to her blankie and she goes right in to the kennel. Jada is a snuggle bug and loves to cuddle on the couch but with the energy she does not sit still very long at times. She will settle down for nap when mine do and sleep for a couple of hours. She is very insecure and needs a lot of attention (again growing up in a shelter it is hard for them to get all the attention they need.) She is still a puppy so she does try to chew on things. She has not chewed up anything and stops when told no. Jada is back at the shelter looking for a forever family. I had a very hard time letting her go but she was a bit to much energy level for my small dogs. She will do great with another high energy dog and would love the play time. To her it would not matter if it is male for female. She would also do well being the only dog. She also sheds very little which is a plus. This beautiful baby needs a home. If anyone is looking you could not ask for a more perfect 9 month old puppy. I will miss her.
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