Jax

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Jax is a young, large, male Labrador Retriever who is available for adoption from Labrador Rescue of Nova Scoita.     Please CLICK HERE for more information about adopting this lovely fellow.

Hi there, I’m Jax. My foster mom says I act like I’m about 1 yrs old (we think I’m around 5). I am very busy and love to go on hikes in the woods. I’d probably enjoy jogging too if you want to teach me. I would love to find an active family that’s not afraid of a challenge. I am doing loads of work trying to learn some manners, and I know the perfect home will be able to polish off those skills. I need some work on not jumping so a home with small children may not be best as I’ll probably scare them just by trying to show them some love, but I do love kids, they are so much fun. I have a foster kid that’s 11 and she throws the ball for me almost everyday, she’s awesome, I love to play fetch. I love toys, lots and lots of toys, my favorites are ones that squeak. It’s so much fun just to run and squeak a toy. I also like to bring you thinks, like your slippers, gloves, hats…….and sometimes toys. I go on a group dog hike twice a week. I love running with other dogs. I like cats too, sometimes I like to chase them but I’m not mean. There are 2 cats here and one teases me. If you think you have the energy to keep up with me and put in the time to train me I’d love to meet you.

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2 thoughts on “Jax

  1. Is Jax still available? I’m a veterinary technician, and am moving home to Nova Scotia right after graduation on June 10th. I own a home on my family’s farm, where Jax would live with me, my fiancee, and my other 5 year old black lab, Bentley! He would have 60 acres to run and play & interact! And I work in the veterinary field, therefore he would be well looked after! I LOVE labs, and think Jax sounds like he would be a great fit!
    Please feel free to ask me any questions or express any concerns!

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