Clingy Cutie

Adopt Jenny

Girl • 5 years old • Virgo • Black • 14kg • Mixed Breed

My story

My story

PACK Academy works with Sanzhi Animal Shelter to help stray dogs find their home efficiently. Our team assess and select dogs from Sanzhi Animal Shelter, and bring them back to PACK to conduct further training, and Jenny is one of the cases. Data shows that Jenny is an abandoned stray dog, she accepted a training program at PACK for a month, and she made it to intern at a halfway house recently. Jenny is not only friendly but also clingy, and she is worthy of a sweet home. Jenny is working hard on finding her permanent home, we should give her a hand as long as we can!

Jenny

Personality

Jenny is a fast learner because she loves treats and petting! Jenny is outgoing but she gets scared by noise easily, and she gets naughty when she adapts to a new environment. She is a big fan of treats, naughty, and energetic. In all, Jenny is a good girl, and she’s good for any kind of family!

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Energy Levels

Jenny gets excited when she sees food. She wonders when she’s in an unfamilar environment, by giving clear orders or petting her can make her calm.

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Temperament

Jenny gets shy or nervous when accesses to something new(e.g. new enviornments, strangers, etc.), and she needs some time to get used to them. Jenny relaxes and chills when she’s okay.

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Role

Jenny is pretty easy going most of the time, but she will actively fight for something she wants. (e.g. treats or attentions)

FOLLOWER LEADER

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Adaptability

Jenny is nervous when the first 3 days in a new family, she relaxes from day 4 and onwards. She can handle most new environments except for in a car or cage.

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Foster Family Says

Somehow our dogs love whispering in Jenny’s ear, seems like she’s a good listener!

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Jenny loves having companions, she’s into petting, and she adopts herself to home life well, gets along with other dogs well. Jenny just needs a couple of days to get used to a new environment, she stay s on the belcony a lot when she just arrived, but now she’s used to our family, which is wonderful!

Medical History

My health has been checked:

  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Microchipped
  • Vaccinated
  • Regular Worming Treatment

Jenny has no health issues that we are aware of.
My Behavior

My Behavior

Jenny is energetic and loves playing with people, she’s sometimes a bit needy. When she’s in a new environment, she gets scared but she doesn’t run here and there, instead, she will be trying to find people as companions, kind of sweet. Jenny loves to seat or down when people are around, and she follows a lot, very clingy. Jenny doesn’t like being in a car or cage, she feels anxious and scratches sometimes. Jenny gets scared by the noise, but she will chill out in a short time.

My Behavior

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Tolerance Levels

At PACK Academy, we socialize our dogs by exposing them to different stimuli and recording their tolerance levels for each one. These oservations help us understand the dogs better, which then helps us find suitable homes for them.

Strangers

Friendly, Jenny is okay being petted by anyone.

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Dogs

Jenny was aggrasive towards others dogs for couple times when she’s at PACK, maybe that was for people’s attention. When Jenny is at the halfway home, she gets along with others dogs well.

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Cats

Not specific interested in cats.

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Kids

We don’t know. Jenny seldom gets along with kids.

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Noise

A sudden noise whill scare Jenny, but she gets calm quickly.

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Touch

Jenny is a big hug lover. Jenny enjoys petting and shows her belly a lot. We can comfort Jenny’s feelings by petting her.

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Behavior observations

There are some common behavior issues that we see in dogs who have spent a significant amount of time in a shelter. We assess our dogs for these behaviors and provide training plans for adopters to help manage them.

Barking

Jenny barks when she wants to get out from the cage, she’s quiet when she’s at home.

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Seperation Anxiety

Jenny gets anxious and scratches for the first 10 minutes being alone, she won’t feel anxious when she has dogs as companions.

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Aggression

Jenny has no aggression toward humans.

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Resource Guarding

When eating, Jenny warns any dogs who get close. Jenny has no guarding behavior on other things.

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Destructive Chewing

Never breaks things, nor bites something that he should not bite.

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Obedience Training

Obedience training is critical for nurturing healthy dog-human relationships and having a well-behaving dog. Our dogs receive basic training at PACK Academy, which provides a foundation for communication between dog and human.

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Name

Jenny recognizes his name. She replies happily when people call her.

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Yes & No

Jenny understands “Yes” (You do great) and “No” (Don’t do that).

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Potty Trained

If Jenny holds all night long she will pot in the cage, we suggest giving Jenny more walks or to avoid a long night for her.

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Good on Leash

Jenny is a good follower, she walks fast but never rushes.

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Sit

100% understand and can obey the order. Even if you don’t give the order, she always wants to seat by your side.

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Down

100% understand and can obey the order.

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Stay

This is a bit challenging for Jenny because she wants to get close to you anytime.

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Come

100% understand and can obey the order.

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Paw

Understand and can usually obey the order.