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In shelter Dog

Dillsburg, PA, 17019
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My name is Jax. I am a nine-year-old mixed breed pup. I found myself at the shelter after my person passed away. I was so heartbroken; I didnt eat for a week. The shelter was so scary to me; it took me a while to adjust. My spirits remained high, as I thought my stay would be short lived. Unfortunately, I have been at the rescue for over 365 days. I am ready to get out of here!

The volunteers call me the distinguished gentleman of the rescue. I am pretty laid back, and I learned a lot of things in my 9 years of life. But dont let my silver face fool you, I have a lot of pep in my step! I love playing with toys and going on long walks. I also have a really cool trick the volunteers love, where I pose when I want treats (check out my pictures!).

I am looking for someone that I can call "my person", to love and protect. A quiet adult-only, pet-free foster to adopt home would be best for me. 

Want to see how truly adorable I am? Watch me play: 

If you would like to help me spring out of this place and give me a soft place to decompress, I would be ever so grateful. Please visit our website,, and complete an application.

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Canine Rescue of Central PA Inc.

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