Here's what my foster mom says about me:
"Jedda is a gentle giant who loves people, eating, butt scratches, snuggling, and spending time outdoors. Calm and easygoing inside, Jedda comes to life when the leash comes out. She loves going for walks, especially to parks where she can romp and run. She's a big water lover, too. Her happiness is contagious!
This female lab/shepherd cross is almost 5 years old (birthdate Aug. 17, 2012), and has a moderate to high level of energy She's great with kids over the age of 8 and good with other dogs, but would do best as the sole pet in a home. Jedda would love to be in a quiet neighbourhood with a small yard, with regular trips to the park. She already knows sit, down, stay and shake paw commands, but could still benefit from some basic training to help with leash walking. Jedda is an intelligent dog who is more than ready to be a good girl for a treat! She currently weighs 85lbs, although an increase in exercise and a good diet will help her to shed those extra pounds."
I'm good with my foster fur sister (I just ignore her), but since I was used to living as the only dog in my home, that's what I would prefer. I hope someone will see me and know what a beautiful gentle lady I am. I want to go home with you now!
An application for me can be found at www.justpawsanimalrescue.com.
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