She is already housetrained, and knows sit, paw, and down. Jada loves to eat, but will patiently sit and wait for her food until you tell her it's ok. Since she is so food motivated, she is a really fun dog to train! She learns quickly and recently mastered crate, stay, and drop it, and we are currently working on listening with distractions and not jumping to greet people. Jada would love to continue her training in her new home and would also benefit from formal training.
You would never guess Jada is 7! She is a little ball of energy who loves to go for runs and play tug-of-war. She gets really into play time so older, dog savvy children or adults would be best for her.
Jada is very reactive to other dogs on leash. She is also selective with dogs during playtime and only gets along with large submissive males after proper introductions. We haven't seen her with cats, but from her interest in squirrels, no cats is best. Jada has been very happy being the only pet in the household!
If you are interested in finding out more about Jada, please fill out an application.
Jada is being fostered in Newton, MA.
The adoption fee is $300.
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Visual breed identification in dogs is unreliable, so for most of the dogs we are only guessing at predominant breed or breed mix. We get to know each dog as an individual and will do our best to describe each of our dogs based on personality, not by breed label.
We expect that all adopted dogs will enroll in a formal dog training class with their new owners. Obedience and training classes are an excellent way to learn more about your newly adopted dog, gain handling and training experience, and improve your relationship with your pet.
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