Hi, Our Names are Jackson and Amelia!

Jackson

 

We are an adorable pair of Labrador Retriever mix dogs. We are a brother and sister, both 15 months and weigh 30 pounds. We live in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.

Jackson – Jack is a loveable dog that tends to be shy especially around men. He will back away and maybe growl until he gets to know you, but after that he loves to snuggle and get belly rubs.

He has been to obedience training and understands basic commands, but still is a puppy and as such has a ways to go when controlling puppy instincts. He is great on a leash and in the car and is house broken for the most part. Jack does not like to be in the crate and will do whatever it takes to break out of one…and usually succeeds.

Jack would probably be best in a home with no other pets or at most maybe one other dog. Also recommend no small children – only because I’m not really sure how he will b – he may be fine, just not sure. He is very protective of his ‘pack leader’.

Amelia is a very friendly and easy going pup. She loves everyone she meets and just wants to play with all her dog friends.

She has been to obedience training and understands basic commands, but still struggles with puppy instincts. She is mostly housebroken and will sleep in her crate. She loves to please you and give kisses. Amelia has tons of energy and will do well in a home with other pets or no pets.

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There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee to adopt both dogs together. Supplies will be included.


All About Jackson and Amelia

[one_half] Name of Pet: Jackson and Amelia
Location: East Greenwich, Rhode Island, 02818
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed of Pet: Lab Mix
Sex of Pet: Male, Female[/one_half] [one_half_last]

Age of Pet: 15 months
Spayed/Neutered?: Yes
Health Problems: No
Up To Date on Vaccinations: Yes
Gets along with cats: Unknown
Gets along with dogs: Yes
Accessories Included: I have all of their vet records, crates, collars, toys, leashes, kibble.
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Jackson and Amelia’s Personality

Jackson – Jack is a loveable dog that tends to be shy especially around men. He will back away and maybe growl until he gets to know you, but after that he loves to snuggle and get belly rubs.

He has been to obedience training and understands basic commands, but still is a puppy and as such has a ways to go when controlling puppy instincts. He is great on a leash and in the car and is house broken for the most part. Jack does not like to be in the crate and will do whatever it takes to break out of one…and usually succeeds.

Jack would probably be best in a home with no other pets or at most maybe one other dog. Also recommend no small children – only because I’m not really sure how he will b – he may be fine, just not sure. He is very protective of his ‘pack leader’.

Amelia is a very friendly and easy going pup. She loves everyone she meets and just wants to play with all her dog friends.

She has been to obedience training and understands basic commands, but still struggles with puppy instincts. She is mostly housebroken and will sleep in her crate. She loves to please you and give kisses. Amelia has tons of energy and will do well in a home with other pets or no pets.

Jackson and Amelia’s Current Home Environment

Our home has no children and both my husband and I work full time. We have four dogs in total (including Jack and Amelia) – our other two dogs are older and not as patient with Jack and Amelia’s puppy behavior as we would like. We definitely treat all the dogs as part of the family and our ‘kids’ they sleep in the bed have plenty of toys and treats and love to go on car rides, to the beach – and maybe even to lunch when they are well behaved.

Jackson and Amelia’s Current Family:

Our family consists of me and my husband – my husband’s kids are grown and visit on occasion, as well as our friends and extended family. We love to travel and spend time in homes in Rhode Island and South Carolina. Our dogs are our babies and we love to spoil them.

Jackson and Amelia’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?

Jackson and Amelia love squeaky toys – but maybe a little too much – their biggest objective is to find the squeaker and get it out! They also love bully sticks, kong treats, freeze dried liver, and soup bones. I feed them life’s abundance food that is delivered via mail – it was recommended to me by thier obedience trainer and they really like it – plus its good for them. They really enjoy going to the dog park to just run around and expend some puppy energy – I also bring the ball thrower with me so they can catch and retiree a few tennis balls. They like to go on walks – and are generally good on a leash – although Amelia tends to pull and they will bark their heads off if another dog or person comes into view.

Cute Jackson and Amelia Story:

Most people melt when they see Jack and Amelia together – they are like two peas in a pod – one black one white…and they almost blend into each other when they cuddle. We adopted them from a shelter when we were on vacation participating in a volunteer event – they were 12 weeks old – cuddled in a bed together. To this day – they are never more than a few feet apart.

Why is Jackson and Amelia Being Rehomed?

Unfortunately – while we thought that adopting them would be a great idea – and we have provided them a loving and comfortable home, their level of energy has become too much for the other dogs in the house and we are concerned for their safety. Our oldest dog is almost 14 and Jack has become very aggressive toward him (not sure why – he’s harmless). At this time – we feel that given their young age – they would be best suited in a home together (or separated if necessary) where they can have all the attention and playtime they need.

Jackson and Amelia’s Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:

We would prefer that jack and Amelia are re homed together for reasons stated above – but if it becomes necessary to separate them – they will adjust and be fine. They are great as a pair though and will make an awesome addition to a home with no other animals.

They need lots of attention and a family who will have time to walk them and give them time to play, they definitely need a fenced yard or a safe place to run outside. They are indoor dogs and Jack is not a fan of his crate – not sure what it is – but he just doesn’t go for it.

They do go to day care and are OK at the vet or kennel….but love to be with their family the best – and especially love to lean in and give hugs, kisses, and snuggle.

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