Jenna was born about January 27, 2013 and weighs about 55 lbs.The Adoption Fee for this dog is $100.00.
Jenna has a playful spirit and is very athletic. She can play fetch
all day so get your throwing arm ready. She has a very fun and
energetic personality. Jenna needs an active family and large yard
with running room to keep her happy.
She has a very strong prey drive and can jump a 4 foot fence so a 6
foot secure fence will be necessary.
She is very eager to please, responsive & food motivated. She
received some initial obedience training at Canine Academy in Clarence
giving her a great head start and we would love for her new parents to
continue her obedience lessons to continue to work with her. Along
with her eagerness comes a bit of lack of impulse control so continued
obedience training will be very good for her.
She arrived to Joyful Rescues from a high kill southern shelter and
unfortunately appears to not have gotten a good upbringing in her
Jenna will need to be the only pet in the house as she can be
selective about who she likes and is resource protective around other
dogs. Patience and tolerance at her new home will be important. If a
barking dog bothers you then Jenna will not be a good fit. She has a
bit of lack of impulse control so continued obedience training will be
very good for her.
She is quite wiggly and may knock smaller kids down, so a home with
older kids would be better.
She is initially a little nervous around new people and will
submissive urinate, but is very affectionate once she has a bit of
warm up time.
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