Jango (Adopted)

Adoption Status:Adopted
Age:10 months old
Breed:Terrier mix
Weight:10 lbs.


Yes, I am adorable but I am more than just a pretty face. I am a ten month old puppy with lots of puppy energy. I get along get with the four dogs in my foster home though my energy can be a bit much for them. I learned how to use the doggie door the first day I was here (about six weeks ago). I have had a few accidents but since I was neutered there have only been a couple of “incidents”. I love to snuggle and I need to be with you 24/7. No, seriously!, I do not like being left alone and if you are in the house, I need to be able to get to you. I do ok when my foster parents are gone for a couple of hours but then I do have company with the other dogs. But if my foster mom is home, I really like to be able to be with her. I sleep without a peep in my crate all night but don’t try that during the day. I will let it be known how unhappy I am. I love to play, play, play with toys and other dogs. But I also like to crash in foster mom’s lap when I tire out. And on the weekends I get to sleep in the big bed with foster mom and the other dogs when we take naps. Foster mom insists I tell you this, I have a shoe and remote control fetish. I do not eat them, I just like to put them in the big dog bed. She thinks it’s because they have the nice human smell on them. Am I easy? No. I am a puppy and all that comes with a puppy. I need patience and good solid positive training. I like to please. I can promise you when my head is on your chest, with my big eyes looking into yours will find me irresistible and worth the effort. I am looking for a lifetime commitment. Are you the one?

Jango’s adoption fee of $350.00 includes his Vet exam, age appropriate vaccinations, fecal test, wormer, heart worm preventative, neuter and microchip.


If you live in the Austin, TX area and are interested in adopting, please fill out an application.

Please be aware that we rarely have information on our dogs being good with cats as most of our foster homes don’t have them.

Adoption decisions are based on the best overall match and not done on a first-come-first-serve basis.