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Female Adult German Shepherd Dog

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Jakobee HW FOSTER

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Jakobee is a friendly, happy youngster with a great personality! He's one of our Potcake* dogs who were rescued from the Bahamas after t... show more

Jakobee is a friendly, happy youngster with a great personality! He's one of our Potcake* dogs who were rescued from the Bahamas after they weathered Hurricane Dorian in a home with 96 other dogs. He's a silly younger boy who picked up a lot of sweet habits from his 3-year-old kennel mate, like good leash manners and leaning in to be petted. He's about 2 years old, weighs about 43 pounds and is fully grown. Our volunteer dogwalkers say he does his business on his walks. He gets along well with other dogs here at the shelter, so if you have a dog, please bring your pet over for a meet and greet! Jakobee needs a special friend right now, because he's heartworm-positive. He's looking for a quiet foster home for a few weeks where he can relax as he rests up after the heartworm treatment, which we pay for. We provide you with all the supplies you'll need to keep him, including food, leash and bowls. Soon he'll be heartworm-free and ready to find his forever home. Heartworms aren't contagious between pets -- they're spread by mosquitoes. If you fall in love with him while you're together, you can absolutely foster to adopt! Please call us at (904) 321-1647 for more information about fostering him, or just come on over and meet sweet Jakobee! (* Potcake is the name given to the dogs of the Bahamas and the Turks & Caicos Islands. It came about because the locals fed the caked remains of their cooking pot to the dogs. As generations have passed, Potcakes have evolved into a breed, which is extremely smart, loyal and loving. Potcakes can range between 35 and 75 pounds, but most grow to be approximately 45 pounds.) show less