4/12/21: JJ has been transferred to Oats and Goats rescue. Life in the shelter was not for him so this wonderful rescue took him into their foster program. To find out more about JJ please go to https://oatsandgoatsrescue.com/ or email email@example.com
This dog is part of our shelter outreach program where we take dogs from overcrowded shelters in hopes of finding them a forever home here! We generally do not have much background info on them and cannot guarantee they are housebroken. They are all up to date on vaccines, spayed/neutered and microchipped.
7 1/2 years old. 45lbs. JJ made his way up to us from TN where he was pulled from an overcrowded shelter. Poor boy was heartworm positive so he was treated by the rescue down South. His poor teeth are so worn down, he may have lived his life outside on a chain chewing rocks. He was in such bad shape and suffered major hair loss. After many medicated baths and a good diet his fur has grown in nicely. JJ keeps his kennel quite clean and does potty when taken outside. He loves his walks with volunteers and staff and walks pretty well on the leash. JJ is a special boy who needs a kind, patient soul after the rough life he has had. He loves to play with his toys and play fetch. Once he gets to know you, you will have a loyal friend for life. Likes to cuddle too. Breed experience would be great and an adult only home preferred. If interested, please fill out an online application on our website www.jerseyshoreanimalcenter.org*Per JSAC policy, puppies and kittens under 6 months will not be adopted to families with children under the age of 6 years.
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