Furry Kids' Refuge is in need of good quality dog and puppy food with meat as the first ingredient. You can drop off donations at our weekly adoption events at the Lee's Summit Petco (1860 NW Chipman Road, Lee's Summit, MO), Saturdays only from Noon to 4:00 p.m. Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.
Approx. DOB: 04/15 Approx. Wht: 30 lbs.
$200 adoption fee includes a 2 week trial to ensure everyone's happiness!
Jaymee came to Furry Kids' from another shelter with her 5 puppies. Jaymee and her puppies are now ready for adoption. Jaymee has a gorgeous black, shiny, soft coat with white speckled markings like a Australian Cattle dog.
Jaymee loves people and other dogs (all sizes). She has a lot of energy and playfulness so she would probably not be good for a senior dog that doesn't like a active companion. She loves all type of toys and will play Tug of War with the other foster dogs with tug toys. Toys will definitely be a must with Jaymee's energy level.
She loves to give kisses! She loves to get kisses also! Jaymee is crate trained but we aren't sure if she's house trained completely. Jaymee is really smart so being crate trained should help her master this skill. She will be going to a new foster home soon, so we will know that soon.
Jaymee loves going for walks. She tends to pull on the leash so obedience classes for her would sure help her and her new family bond. She enjoys car rides also.
Jaymee has been spayed, vaccinated, heartworm tested negative, and microchipped. If you are interested in adopting Jaymee, please complete the adoption application located at www.furrykidsrefuge.org/adoptadog and a dedicated volunteer will get back to you as soon as possible.
Would you like to foster a Furry Kid? Furry Kids' Refuge will supply the food & vet care while you supply the basic house rules & love.......win-win for all!! Just visit our website http://www.furrykidsrefuge.org/category/fostering/ for more information. Thanks for your support!
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