Surrendered when his family could not devote time to him, two-year-old Jax Jensen is a bundle of golden love. Jax loves playing with his foster sibling and will cuddle up with him after a day of swimming, playing with toys and chasing balls. Jax likes to play fetch, going for a walk and playing tug-of-war, as well as just laying at your feet while you watch a movie. When you are swimming with him he may try to “rescue” you and then cuddle up for kisses. Jax seems to make a friend of anyone he meets. After an initial meet and greet Jax has ignored the household cats. Housebroken, Jax knows the commands, “sit”, “stay”, “outside” and “down”. His foster mom says he hasn’t required a crate when he is home alone as he doesn’t get into things he shouldn’t. Jax doesn’t particularly like thunder and fireworks and wants to be right next to you until they are over.
Jax is fun to be with and so well behaved. His foster mom is sure he will make an excellent companion for a family who is waiting for a special boy like Jax.