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Jingle (now Nova)   

In shelter Dog

Mundelein, Lake County, Illinois, Uni...
Pet name:
Jingle (now Nova)
Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
Nova is an energetic and loving dog with a sweet and sassy temperament.  She loves to play tug or run around the yard to get her energy out and then come indoors to be snuggled by her favorite people.  Although Nova loves being with her the other dog in her foster home, she is still learning how to respect boundaries and interact appropriately with other canines.  She is searching for an experienced owner to guide her through training and help her understand doggy etiquette.  Nova loves attention and is always ready to lick your face or play a game of tug.  She hates to be left out and is eager to please her people.  Because Nova did not receive much socialization in her first year of life, she can be overbearing to new dogs and struggles to understand when other dogs correct her.  Her ideal family will understand dog behavior and be willing to work with a trainer to learn how to correct Nova appropriately and set her up for success. Nova is on the right path to respecting boundaries and being a beloved family pet.  A family who is willing to give Nova the time and energy she needs to maintain her progress will see how much love Nova has to give.  She will melt their heart with her sweet kisses and they will love her to pieces! Stop by our weekly adoption events on Saturdays from 12-4 pm at 372 Townline Road in Mundelein, IL 60060 to meet our adoptable animals in person.Follow us on Facebook for additional updates and sneak peeks of new dogs!


  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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