Here is a note from my foster family!
"Hi, I am Jojo - a 4 year old medium mix breed that is ready to warm your heart! Do you love cuddles? How about kisses? Do you like relaxing in the sun? Then I am the guy for you. The start to my life was not the easiest. I spent most of my life in cage without food until I was rescued, but I will not let that stop me. My foster parents call me resilient, while my foster brothers call me "The Fun New Guy".
I love making new friends and playing with other dogs. I am always on the hunt for cuddles and snuggles and will be loyal - maybe too loyal, as I am always by my foster parents side. But there is no such thing as too much love, right? My favorite things to do include sunbathing in the backyard, getting pets, walking around the neighborhood, eating treats, and definitely eating my meals! My biggest obsessions right now are socks, but I promise I will drop it as soon as you ask me to.
I am fully potty trained and refuse to make a mess in the house. I like to talk (bark) to my foster parents, but I am learning other ways to communicate too. If snuggling, treats, patience and love are your thing, I am the perfect boy for you!"
I am currently undergoing heartworm treatment in my foster home!
For more information about Jojo please fill out an adoption application or email Foster@houstonhumane.org
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