Arrival Story: Jade - DOB 3/23/08 Easter Sunday. At approximately 530pm. Jade is a very good boxer mix girl. She will make you laugh. She reminds me of Marmaduke. When she is across the yard running towards me all I see is legs, ears and lips. She has become accustomed to a few bad habits. The worst being bed hog. Her favorite position is on her back......with her butt in my husbands face and her head on my chest (keep in mind she is 8 months old and weighs 60 pounds). She is comfortable sleeping in a crate though. When she doesnt want to be in the crate she is just like a child. She huffs and puffs and flops around like she cant get comfortable. She is only about 8 months old so everything still goes in the mouth and at this point is also swallowed. Not necessarily a good thing - so sturdy toys are a must for her. Socks and other bite sized garments should also be tucked away out of her reach. She has a great appetite for food and treats as well which is a good thing because she needs some training. Jade is fearful of meeting new people. She does fine in my home where it is usually just my husband and myself and our pack of (currently) 10 dogs. She will require a lot of patience - and she is well worth it.
Hi my name is Jade. My foster mom has written a bit about me but I want to put in my own words. I would love to live in a quiet household with no young children - they are scary. New people coming and going also frighten me. I like it nice and quiet where I can spend lots of time with you and be the love of your life. - I will love you back unconditionally if you will give me the time to learn to trust you. I love other dogs and would love to live in a home with a young male boxer who I can run and play with. I must admit - when I get board I do naughty things. I have been known to eat hoses or whatever is handy. If that isnt enough to entertain me I will just got over the silly barrier (fencing I think it is called) and go find some entertainment somewhere else. My record jump so far is 6ft. I have not quite perfected the landing yet so no pictures please. I hope you are willing to be patient with me. I am waiting to find my place in the world....is it with you??
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