Jax is a 1 1/2 years old black/tan male Doberman. He came to DAR&E because his owner was having a child and wasn’t able to meet his exercise and attention demands. Jax weighs about 80 lbs. He has a docked tail and cropped ears that stand sometimes and sometimes they don’t. Jax is a very sweet boy who wants to please you. He is still very much a puppy so his attention span is quite short, but Jax is very smart and knows most of his basic obedience commands. You just need to get his attention first 🙂 Jax is house and crate trained. He has an active mind and body so it’s best to secure him in a crate when he isn’t being supervised so he doesn’t get into mischief.
Jax LOVES to run so a good-sized fenced yard for him to run in is a must. Jax likes to start his day by running laps around the yard. Jax will play a little fetch although he is easily distracted by birds flying by or the sound of passing cars.
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Jax can be a little mouthy when he plays and he doesn’t understand how much space he takes up, but a little patience and consistent guidance will help him mature into a super nice dog.
Jax is a sweet boy that has a lot of potential. If you are an active person and have the time and energy for a young energetic Doberman, Jax may be a good match for you.
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Jax found himself needing DAR&E to find him a new home.
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