Jax   

In shelter Dog

Arlington, Vermont, 05250
Breeds:
Australian Cattle Dog, Blue Heeler, Mixed
Colors:
Tricolor (Tan, Brown & Black & White)
Lost or found date:
07/06/2021
Pet name:
Jax
Gender:
Male
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Medium
Description:
This energetic boy's name is Jax. The first few years of this guy's life have been unstable, and he is in need of a specific home with a fenced-in yard for roaming. He is about three-years-old and is very typical of a Cattle dog mix with his dominant yet loyal personality. He loves running around the yard and will chase toys, especially if they squeak or make interesting noises. Though Jax has had dog friends in the past, he lately has become overly dominant and would prefer to be the only dog in the home. He did well for his cat test but if he were to live with one they would both need their own space so they can get used to each other at a slow pace. Once Jax is used to his owner he becomes very loving and cuddly. He needs some security and outlet for his abundance of energy to thrive in his new home. If you have herding dog experience and are looking for a loyal, energetic boy, Jax is your guy!Please visit the following link on our website to learn about Second Chance's adoption process. http://www.2ndchanceanimalcenter.org/adoption.html

Location


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