ADOPTED 12-08-12 – Imagine a dog who had never walked on grass before he came to his foster home! This gentle giant was rescued from an illegal breeder who kept himaway from the good life of exercise and play outside that every dog deserves. He was starved and emaciated when he was brought home to safety. Jett is a young 7 years old. He just wants someone to love and a place to lay his head. This 80 pound Lab is now in perfect health thanks to the care and love of his foster family. He comes to his new adopter housebroken, spayed and up to date on all his shots–and ready to become your best friend.
Jett is a mellow sort of fellow. He’s content to lay on the floor while you go about your daily activities at home. He loves kids and has no problem with kitties. He likes to walk, so if you like to take a leisurely stroll, he’s perfectly happy to accompany you without pulling on his leash. But once back inside, Jett becomes a couch potato. He loves to cuddle with kids and thinks he’s a lap dog. He currently lives with two dogs and has shown no aggression towards them whatsoever.
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Since Jett was starved at his first residence (we can’t call it a home!), you would think he would be possessive towards his food. But he’s not. You can put your hand in his bowl while he’s eating and he wouldn’t nip at you. He doesn’t take food from other dogs and is content just to have his own bowl of food show up every meal time.
Jett will happily ride in the car with you, so if you have the ability to bring him to work with you, he’d love it. If not, he is crate trained and will enjoy the times you can take him on trips to the store or the park or the pet store with you. As long as there is someone to love him and care for him, Jett doesn’t ask for much more. If you have room in your life for a dog who is laid back, loving and very smart, Jett is a good match.
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