Ruff Ruff! My name is Jazz D-48927 *URGENT* **Pooch with Perks**
|Breed:||Rottweiler/American Pit Bull Terrier Mix||Color:||Brindle||Age:||Senior|
|Size:||Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)||Sex:||Male||ID#:||4773564-D-48927|
I am already neutered, not good with kids, and good with dogs.
Meet Jazz, a 7 yr old Brindle colored Rottweiler mix. At 74 pounds, this big guy is just a big sweetheart! He previous owners say he loves to roll in blankets and make pillows with soft t-shirts! He also sits for treats and seems to know some basic commands. He will sit quietly in his kennel waiting for his walk, but is quite strong on leash, so will need some training there. Because of his size & some food guarding issues, we advise a home without children. If you have experience with bully breeds please take a look at Jazz. He has great potential for the right person. Jazz is a member of our Pooch With Perks Program! When you adopt, you will receive a Doggie Goodie Bag donated by the Friends of Burlington County Animal Shelter! SPECIAL NOTE! And now, in addition to the Goodie Bag, one of our volunteers has very generously offered to rebate the full shelter adoption fee to the adopter! Please come see Jazz soon.
PETNOTE: Please give this pet a second chance. Visit the shelter and fill out an application today. If calling the shelter about this dog, please refer to the identification number of the animal when calling. Thanks!
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Act quickly to adopt Jazz D-48927 *URGENT* **Pooch with Perks**. Pets at this shelter may be held for only a short time.
$75 for Dogs
$100 for Puppies less than 6 months
$45 for Cats
$60 for Kittens less than 6 months
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