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Female Young Jindo

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Chula Vista Animal Care Facility (public)

About JADE

Recommend an experienced leadership home with kids age 12 years and up who are gentle and respectful. Social, moderately tolerant high energy adolescent who exhibited hard jump ups and some light to medium mouthing. Pulls on leash - recommend a front lead harness to maximize mileage on your much needed walks. Is there a runner in your home who needs a companion? Played intermitently with a stuffed squeeky toy and chased a tossed ball but with no retrieval interest. Demonstrated a hard competitive push on yummy food - traded out. Highly recommend this be her training policy for good habits. Treat motivated, knows sit. Needs a leadership home with rules dedicated to training and exercise.Dog to dog: Excitable greet with a calm respectful medium sized male dog. Distracted by odors in the environment and exchanged mutual sniffs. Then she suddenly bounced off his hind end from the side four times in quick sucession in oblivious play but was not reciprocated so seperated and ended session. Will need matching for her play partners.

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Shots up to date
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Spayed / Neutered
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