In shelter Dog

Austin, Travis County, Texas, United ...
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Jackie is an amazing little girl. She is an incredibly bright pup, loves all people, dogs, (even cats), and is learning fast! Now in foster care, this social, sweet girl enjoys hanging out with other dogs, learning from watching them, and likes to play with and follow the fosters' three larger dogs. And she's curious and wonderful with their cats. She's a chill pup who also loves the neighbor's kids. This cutie enjoys cuddles, playtime and exploring the great outdoors. Full of confidence, Jackie is doing well walking on a leash and will soon be learning her basic commands (sit, stay, come, etc.). Her foster family is blown away by how smart and sweet she is. There is no doubt that she will pick up on her training skills very quickly. She is teething and can get mouthy, but is easily redirected with a chew toy. Jackie is likely going to be a big dog. She has long legs and big feet. Her back paws have six toes. It's adorable!! She is picking up on potty training very quickly. She instinctively seems to know to alert her people to let her out. She also sleeps well through the night, only whining when she has to go potty. This little girl deserves a loving home and will thrive in a family that gives her lots of attention and outdoor adventures. Come meet this angel!


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