Hi! My name is JD!

  • JD
  • Mixed breed
  • 9 months old
  • Female

Weight (approx): 72 lbs

Energy: Medium - High

Children: Yes

Dogs: Yes

Cats: Yes

About Me: Hello there, my name is JD and I am hoping to find my new forever home…maybe with you! I'm sure you want to know all about me! Well, first off I can be a little shy around new people and situations, but who isn't? I am learning to be more confident with the help of my super awesome foster parent. I get anxious when I am lonely in the crate so my foster home lets me roam the house when they are out. Sometimes while they are gone, I steal things off of counters and tabletops, but I'm just tidying up the place. Come meet me and maybe one day we can be a family and I'll steal your heart! <3   

Health Notes:  By no fault of her own, JD came to hart looking for a new forever family. She needed to be spayed and caught up on her vaccinations but was in good health. JD is up to date with DACPP, Bordatella, Rabies and is spayed and microchipped. 

Behavior Notes:  When JD first came into care, she was quite fearful. She avoided people and she didn't welcome pets. Over the past while though, her foster home has coaxed her out of her shell, and she is becoming more confident! She is approaching people now, and doing wonderfully. Adopters do need to be aware that there is a chance that when transitioning into a new home, JD may resort back to being fearful, but with time, patience and encouragement she will come out of her shell again. When home alone, JD has a little quirk that stems from anxiety. While she is good in the crate, her foster home doesn't crate her often, so when she's loose in the house, she has a habit of taking items off shelves. She hasn't chewed or destroyed anything though. She needs to be allowed to intiate all greetings with strangers, as she is very unsure of people who force interaction. She has shown no aggression, but just avoidance behaviors. Older children are recommended. She is scared of cats and won't harm them but just avoids. She is good on leash, she has excellent recall, she knows basic cues, and is house trained!

Think you have found your furever friend?