11 Jun Jada
Hi! My name is Jada and I am ready to be your very best friend! I am a Bulldog mix and guessed to be about 3 years old. I am so full of love, have lots of energy, and a good deal of what my foster mom calls “puppy antics”. I truly have never met a stranger, just people who haven’t had the opportunity to pet me yet.
I was found outside of a gas station at the end of May and would zoom inside, to say hello to my new friends, at every opportunity. After my owners didn’t come back, the nice gas station people got me to safety. I have been in my foster home for a few weeks now and am the perfect house guest. I am house trained and am very respectful of my area. I do not try to knock down the baby gate and I am usually lounging in my crate, with the door open. For some reason, my soft, fluffy beds have mysteriously exploded! Foster mom isn’t blaming me….but she’s a little suspicious that they only “explode” when she’s not looking. I’m don’t really want to talk about that though…
I am a very silly girl and just can’t get enough attention. I love when the neighbors say hi to me and love it even more when they pet me! I get so excited that my whole body wags and sometimes I hop around because I just can’t contain my excitement. I also love to flop over for belly rubs and occasionally give love nibbles. Because I am so excitable (and nibbley), I would do best in a home without small children.
I love to see other dogs and would probably do great in a home with a fur sibling or two. I have seen a few neighborhood cats and I get excited about them, too. I even want to be friends with the squirrels in my back yard. I want to be friends with everyone!
I was sent to IBR because I was having some trouble with my back legs. It turns out that my right back ACL is completely ruptured! You would never know that I am in pain, other than seeing me limp. I don’t let it get my spirits down. I am having surgery on Monday, June 22, 2020 and will have about 6 weeks of post-op recovery. There is a chance I will have to have my left knee fixed after the right one is healed. My foster mom says that this surgery is very expensive, but the wonderful supporters of IBR are helping make sure I am taken care of, so I can have a long and happy life with my forever family!
Check back for updates on my surgery and recovery.