Age: Approx. DOB 5/19/15
Dog friendly: Yes
Cat friendly: Unknown
Kid friendly: Yes, but can get excited!
House trained: Yes
Crate trained: Yes
Energy level: Moderate
History: Pulled from a local animal control
Adoption Fee: $300.00
From the Foster:
Hi Everybody! My name is Jaxx and I am looking for my forever home! I am a super sweet, people loving kind of guy that would do great in just about any home. I really love my people, big and small, and would do just about anything for them. My very favorite thing to do with them is play tug with my favorite rope toy. It’s just so much fun. I also just love playing with my foster brother outside in the yard. He is still helping me learn the rules, but I think I catch on pretty fast. I’m a really friendly guy and have been working on my tricks every day. I’m getting better at sit, down, stay, and leave it.
I would love to have a dog friend to romp around and play with in my forever home. I also don’t seem to mind those four legged felines, but sometimes I like to play with them! My favorite treats in the world are bones filled with Peanut Butter. I really like to have bones around in the house to chew on since I can still be kind of excited and puppyish sometimes!
I absolutely love going for car rides and exploring new places! It’s so much fun to smell all the new things out the window. When my mom goes to work during the day, I have to go in my crate and wait until she comes home to play with me again. I’m also really good about going to the door when I have to go outside. I’ve never even had an accident in the house! I really enjoy going on walks to meet new friends and explore new places. I would love to come and meet you and let you see how loving and great of a guy I am!
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