Jenny in Southeast

Hi! My Name Is Jenny in Southeast

We're happy to tell you that Jenny in Southeast has a new furever home.
Please visit our Available Dogs Page to see the pups currently available.

Hello All, my name is Jenny (and sometimes Jennifer when I’m yelling at the animals on TV and foster Mom tells me to stop). Since coming into Foster, I have been learning lots of things. I have my own house (crate) I sleep in at night but only after hanging out with my foster siblings in the bedroom. Foster Mom has tried to put me right to bed and I tell her that is not the routine!

I like my new foster siblings, the big one was a little scary at first but now she is my favorite and we cuddle before bed. I speak ‘dog’ really well and listen when my sassy foster sister or bossy foster brother tell me I can’t have a toy or lay there. I am super cute and they should really just let me do what I want!

 Did you know there are these things called cats? I think they are pretty cool, I try to play with my kitty brother but he doesn’t know how to play right and just bumps me with his head. I am nice to him and learned to leave the chunky girl kitty alone because she is grumpy.

I am a little shy and do not let just anyone pet me, I mean why would I do that, I don’t even know you! Foster Mom keeps saying she doesn’t think I will ever be the cuddly Cavalier. I come and get pets under my chin all the time and I think that is good enough. I like snacks and Foster Mom says that’s good because we are going to start working on obedience. I am good with that if it involves snacks!

I haven’t quite mastered the leash yet but I am getting there and I do not think a collar is a torture device anymore. I really like to run in the yard and I hope my new home has a good sized yard for me to play in. I like having siblings, but I think I could just be the number one princess too. Oh, and I LOVE toys, so lots of toys please!

If you live within reasonable driving distance from the Charlotte, NC area and have a fenced yard and experience with rescue dogs, please apply to adopt me.  And make sure you have plenty of toys and treats!

Note: if you have a doggie door it must be locked when you are not at home - not negotiable.  The dogs from this group are known to be escape artists and should have a human escort when they are outside at all times.

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