4 year old • Male • 37 lbs
Jerry G. is dark brown with white on his chest, white socks, a white stripe on his face, a white nose with black freckles, and assorted medium brown accents.
Jerry G. is just the sweetest boy! He's very affectionate and will push his head toward you for pets and give you his paw for attention. He loves, loves, loves people, children to adults, and is friendly around everyone he has met.
Jerry G. really likes other dogs as well. He's currently living with two foster sister dogs who think he's great, too! Jerry G. likes to run, play, and wrestle with them, but he is just as content to hang out and chill with you on the couch. As he's likely never been around other dogs in a structured environment, he would do best with a confident dog who can teach him the ropes and with humans who will take the time necessary to help him adapt. Consistent training will be key to his success.
Walking on leash is one of his favorite activities! He is crate trained and house trained.
Because Jerry G. has lived his whole life outside before coming into foster care, he's still getting used to being inside but he's more and more comfortable each day! He sometimes get a little nervous walking through a doorway but has learned that there's always something fun on the other side.
His cutest trait is when he's super-happy, he spins in circles!
Jerry G. is receiving his vaccinations and is microchipped.
Jerry G. was found as a stray.
IAR subsidizes post-adoption professional training with Jane Marshall (www.cheerydogs.com) to encourage a life-long and successful bond between the dog and the adopter. Group classes for puppies and adult dogs are provided at a substantial discount to IAR adopters.