You sure will hit the Jackpot with this amazing dog! Jackpot is a ~9 year old Yellow Lab/Corgi mix who has your typical stocky lab body with short little Corgi legs! In addition to her unique looks, she also has an amazing and unique personality! Jackpot made her way to City of Elderly Love after being surrendered to a Philly shelter because her previous family didn't have time to appropriately care for a dog. Jackpot is now safe and sound in a foster home where she is living with other dogs, cats and children!
Jackpot came to the rescue already housebroken and crate trained. In fact, she LOVES her crate. She'll snooze the afternoon away in it with the door open by choice. She also loves to go for walks around the neighborhood with her canine foster brother. She enjoys his company but doesn't go out of her way to roughhouse with him. She's happy just to share her space and chill out with her canine friends. She's also living with a little old lady cat. While she's interested in her and wants to investigate what she is, she is easy to distract with a treat and her foster mom is teaching her to just admire her from afar. She would do well in a household with other friendly, laid-back animals with your typical appropriate introduction. Jackpot can be a little shy when meeting new people, but does warm up and is a love bug once she knows you! She'll even roll over and show you her belly when she's really comfortable! She is also living with an older child and is so sweet and appropriate with her! She is going to make one heck of an addition to one lucky family out there!
Jackpot available for adoption through City of Elderly Love. She is vaccinated, spayed and will be microchipped prior to going to her forever home. Besides needing to lose a couple extra pounds which is currently happening with basic daily exercise and a healthy diet, Jackpot is a healthy girl! Interested in adopting her? Visit www.cityofelderlylove.org to complete an online adoption questionnaire or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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