terrier Mix|female|1.25 years old|42 lbs|Adoption Fee $275
Updates from Foster Home:
Pudpate 3: I just love this dog!!! Jada is such a snuggle bug and bonds so deeply with people. She is so focused on her person which makes training easy. Plus, she is amazingly smart and loves to learn. She completed Obedience Class 1 and did great. She's also learning not to bark at other dogs in class when she gets excited. She knows so many commands (sit, down, look, stay, wait, touch, come, mat). She also loves to play with her squeaky toys as well as playing fetch. Jada also learned to walk on the treadmill which she loves to do on those days that are just too cold to get outside and walk.
Pupdate 2: Jada is such an awesome dog. She adores her people! My 14-year-old niece visited over the holidays and Jada loved hanging out with her. Jada recently started an obedience class with Dog Den to work on focusing on her person and not reacting to other dogs. Jada would be a perfect companion for someone who is around during the day and can spend time working with her on training and helping Jada learn that it's OK to be by herself.
Pupdate 1: Jada is a very sweet dog that loves the company of people. She’s met both men and women and while she can be a little reserved initially, she quickly warms up. She is quite the snuggle bug once she knows and trusts you. Her second love is playing with toys but equally enjoys destroying them so durable toys are a must for this girl. We're still learning about Jada’s dog interactions. While she was previously housed with other dogs and was reported to enjoy playing with some dogs, she appears uncertain around new dogs and introductions must be taken slowly. However, we’re working with a trainer to help her confidence and dog social skills. She’s a very smart dog and a quick learner and knows sit, down, touch and come (as long as distractions are minimal). She is also learning how to walk nicely on leash even when pesky squirrels and rabbits are around. Jada is also making great strides with her separation anxiety. She bonds very deeply and wants to always be with her family. She’s learning it’s OK to spend time alone.