Jaja has been adopted.
Five year old, 45 lb JaJa is a sweet girl. A possible Corgi/Shepard cross with the most adorable ears.
Through no fault of her own, due to life altering owner circumstances, she came into the care of Save Me. JaJa is house trained, quiet and knows basic commands. She is a huge toy fan and loves water. JaJa loves to fall asleep with a toy tucked between her paws and snuggled under her chin.. She relates well to children and is calm and passive with them. A family with older children would suit her best.
She does pull on a leash a bit and will require further attention to it. Although she is not unreasonable to walk and usually settles nicely after the initial thrill of the walk. She is a dominant female and slow, controlled introductions to new dogs are must. Jaja will not thrive in a home with a cat. JaJa pronounced YaYa, would be wonderful addition to a mature home who wants to miss the puppy stages of life.
For more information on Jaja, please contact her foster mom Deb, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that while we continue to get to know each of our dogs, their biographies will be updated with additional information, so make sure to check back once in a while!