Ruff Ruff! My name is Jada D-51882 **Pooch with Perks**
|Breed:||American Staffordshire Terrier||Color:||Black - With White||Age:||Young|
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Female||ID#:||5292693-D-51882|
I am already spayed, purebred, and not good with kids.
Jada is a staffie female that is the 'just right' small/medium size She is 2 years old and was surrendered by her family who state that she is good with adults but not children. She is strong on the leash and can be quite playful once she gets comfortable. Our volunteers have been working on Jada's leash manners and report that she is energetic and improving on her walks. She knows her name and will sit on command and loves to play fetch! Jada is a sweet girl that is eager to please, so someone who can give her plenty of exercise and commit to some additional training will be able to bring out the best in this little girl. This is a nice dog for an active adult household. Jada 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!
PET NOTE: ALL dogs will be NEUTERED AND SPAYED before leaving the shelter. 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 ABOVE ID# when calling.
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