ID: A22-044
Status: Foster to Adopt
Age: 1 yr
Gender: Male
Color: White with Hearing
Weight: 69 lbs
Ears: Natural
Tail: Docked
Children: Unknown
Dogs: Yes
Cats: Unknown
Contact: Lori

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01/266/2023 – Jax is settling in at his new foster home, where he is becoming fast friends with his new boxer brother. They have been playing, running around together outside, and even snuggling up on the couch for the occasional nap. BRAF sees great things in Jax’s future, and we look forward to celebrating his adoption soon.

Jax is in our Foster to Adopt program and not available for adoption. If you have been approved and would like to take part in this program for new dogs coming in to rescue, please contact your BRAF representative. If you have not been approved complete our application and check both Foster and Adopt.

12/16/2022 – Jax here, and just checking in to let everyone know I am available for adoption now. I have been neutered, and all my vetting is complete. I’m a good boy with lots of energy. I love going for walks, but when motorcycles go by, they kind of scare me. I love playing with my fur sister, but she is an old gal, so she is not that fond of all my playing. I like taking naps with my dad. I would love a fenced yard and another dog to play with. My foster mom says I just love everything and everyone!!

11/27/2022 – Jax is a sweet boy with lots of puppy energy. With his energy level, he would do best in a home with another dog. A fenced yard is a must. Jax will also bolt out the front door if you are not paying attention, so you have to keep your eyes on him when opening the door. Jax will also dig at the bottom of the fence if left alone outside. He likes other dogs and walks well on a leash; he needs an outlet for his energy and a buddy to play with.

11/14/2022 – Jax is an exuberant pup with “big boy” potential. He still has a lanky puppy frame but is already tipping the scale at 69 lbs. He was found by a family that would have loved to keep him, but the dog in residence didn’t share the same affection. He is settling into his foster home, where his 12-year-old fur sister also reports that he is a little TOO affectionate and playful, but they are working on setting boundaries.