Jojo is an exuberant and
forgiving boy with a smile and a wag for everyone he meets.
He is five-years-old (but you’d think he was more like
two) and very handsome. He
LOVES children, but because of his size, should probably go to a
home with children over six-years-old.
He is an avid ball player, and will play fetch with you
until you finally tire.
Jojo likes other non-aggressive dogs, but prefers to be
your special someone. Once he falls in love with you, he sticks
like glue and watches your every move.
One volunteer slipped on some gravel while walking Jojo and
fell down. Instead of
running off, Jojo ran up to the person on the ground and gave her
kisses as if to say, “Are you okay? Are you okay?”
He bonds very, very strongly, which makes his homelessness
all the more heartbreaking. This
is a dog with the strength of character and the instinct to save
Jojo finds cats fun to
chase. He does not like chickens, except as a snack.
He would live very well with a companion dog if
introductions are handled properly.
He has had some good solid obedience training and walks and
heels on a leash very nicely.
Unfortunately, his former owner neglected to housebreak
him, so he prefers to be an outdoor dog.
Jojo loves to perform and would respond very well to
training. Just tell
him what would make you happy, and he will do his best to
he was hit by a car when he was young (and his owner never had his
leg set), Jojo would not be a good jogging companion, although he
loves long walks.
photograph came from Jojo's new owner, and as you can see he is
doing well in his new home (that's him on the left). We are
so happy for you, Jojo.