Jada was trained for upland hunting, and she helped her dad snag over a hundred birds! When the family could no longer care for her, they surrendered her to a shelter. We pulled Jada and unlike many of our rescue dogs, she came into our program well-trained and in great shape–with a soft, silky coat and good manners. We found Jada a home where she could continue to hunt. But then her new dad unexpectedly passed away, and without hunting to burn off her energy, Mom could not provide the exercise Jada needed, so she returned to us. We welcomed her back and found another good home.
She now has a canine big brother to play with, as well as two parents who can give her the affection and attention she needs. Third time’s the charm, girl! Thank you, Jennifer and Mark, for fostering Jada.