This gorgeous girl was picked up by our local animal control and not reclaimed. Jenga is in need of a forever home, so here she is! Jenga is about a year old (best guess based on her teeth) and in great health. She does well with other dogs. She currently lives with another female and has no issues … with sharing food, treats, bed, etc. She weighs about 45 pounds. This sweetie is one that wants to be right by you at all times. She’s going to bond very easily to her family and will be very loyal. She sticks by you on leash, and once she bonds with you, she also has good off leash recall. Jenga is a very sweet girl. She’s been around upper elementary aged kids and up. She’s not been around cats that we know of, so we won’t adopt her into a home with cats. Jenga does well on leash and is very responsive to treats, so hopefully that will help with training. She isn’t in a foster home, so we don’t know if she’s housetrained. Jenga’s adoption fee is $600 which includes her spay, current vaccinations (rabies, 2 parvo/distemper boosters, and bordatella), negative heartworm test, negative fecal, health certificate, registered microchip, and transport costs. She is available through Paw Pals of Hale Center, a partner rescue of Project Freedom Ride. We are located in the Texas Panhandle. She is currently located with our rescue in Texas. She would be transported on one of the PFR transports to either Meridian ID, SLC, UT, Seattle, WA, Mt Vernon, WA, Kennewick, WA, Portland, OR, Buffalo/Syracuse/Newburgh/Castleton on Hudson, NY, Philadelphia, PA, Pittsburgh, PA, Cleveland, OH, Columbus, OH, Springfield, IL, Chicago, IL, Des Moines, IA, Indianapolis, IN, Baltimore, MD, Lansing, MI, Grand Rapids, MI, Kansas City, MO, Minneapolis, MN, Stevens Point, WI, Madison, WI, Springfield/Richmond, VA, or Bedminster, NJ. For more information on how a Direct Adoption with Project Freedom Ride works or to meet this girl via video call, email [email protected]. As a Project Freedom Ride direct adoption, the adoption interview/meet and greet would take place on video call. The adoption application and fee would be finalized prior to transport. Check out Project Freedom Ride and see what this amazing group is all about! Out-of-town pets are cared for by non-local organizations who can make arrangements for the pet to be transported to your area.
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, children.