Meet the cutest little lady ever, JayJay! She is a 7-month-old German Shepherd Mix, weighing at 25 pounds. JayJay was a neglect case at my veterinary clinic, where her left eye was severely injured and could not be saved. Previous owners elected to euthanize pet because cost of care was not an option. Luckily, our hospital staff was able to have previous pet owners surrender her to us and I was able to take her home with me after her eye removal surgery. Her left eye socket has healed up beautifully and poses no concerns for the future. Due to her previous experience with people, JayJay can sometimes be a little shy when meeting new faces but warms up very easily! Although she is missing her left eye, she does not let it stop her from her playing with her big doggo brother and two cats at home. She is up to date with all her vaccines, microchipped and spayed!
JayJay is a very energetic puppy that loves to go on long walks, LONG car rides (to take naps) and simply just being around people she knows. She loves playing with other dogs and cats…. Yes, cats! We have two cats at home, that love to play with our dogs and cuddle afterwards together. JayJay is very gentle with toddlers but can sometimes get too excited and will jump to give sooo many kisses! Since I take JayJay to work with me at the vet clinic, she is kennel trained and won’t go potty in her kennel but would prefer to be walked before being in one. One of my favorite things about JayJay is the "heart-shaped" fur marking on her chest, she truly has such a big heart that everyone can see it!
Jayjay is still a puppy and learning the ropes of going on walks. She can sometimes pull if she sees a squirrel or bird nearby but will make sure to stay close to you in case, she gets spooked and needs to be coddled by her loving parents. We are also potty trained but will sometimes have an accident at home, just bear with her, she still a baby! Unfortunately, I will be moving to another state where space is very limited, work hours are longer, and cost of living is more. I won’t be able to provide JayJay with the attention, care, and love that she deserves. She will excel in a home where she can run around, spend time cuddling and have someone just as energetic as her to play with (human or pet!).
Please contact me at (972)-768-5881or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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