JoeJoe is one of a litter of nine puppies who grew up together in a kennel until they were five months old, at which time they came into our care at Back Roads Animal Rescue.
JoeJoe is currently in a foster home and learning about being an inside dog. He's getting lots of love and is learning very quickly how to be a good dog. He's learning to sit and lay down and how to walk on a leash. He plays well with his foster siblings but he did have a rough start coping with jealousy. He's greatly improved in just a week's time and his foster mom is very proud of his progress. He goes on daily walks, both on and off leash, and is learning about playing in a pond where the ducks swim.
The parents were said to be medium to large mixed breed dogs, so we're guessing they will be around 40-65 lb full grown. As far as puppy behaviors go, they're actually the least destructive pups I've ever had.
They are fully vetted, including flea/tick control and heartworm prevention.
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