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Oh Jinx! Jinx was known as Macon when he came to ABR with his mom, Delilah and his liter mates after being found living under a shed in Virginia. We thought he found his forever home, but sadly he and the cat did not get along leaving the big guy looking for a cat-free family to call his own, forever.
Jinx is a joy! He a sweet, shy, affectionate boy who loves to snuggle. He is always up for some play time. He is housebroken, walks like a good boy on a leash, and crate trained. Jinx does well with other dogs and children of all ages. He’s being fostered in Rose Valley, PA.
Age: 11 months (Estimated DOB 5/11/15)
Weight: 80 lbs
Good with other dogs?: Yes
Good with cats?: No
Good with children?: Yes
Energy Level : Needs daily exercise and needs in-house activity.
IQ: About average
He is good: On a leash, At staying in a crate, At not having accidents in the house
His ideal home would have: Fenced yard
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Looking for a well mannered dog able to go to work with landscaping crew. At least a year n half. Please no time for house breaking. Live down the shore. Plenty of loving care and dog savy. Thank you
Donna Christopher Burdge