Hey there. My name is Cole and I'm an intelligent 2 year old boy! I hear obedience classes are a great way for us to bond and I'll get lots of treats. I'm already ahead of the game, as I know how to take treats gently and commands like sit, shake, speak, and lie down. I'm also a big fan of games such as fetch and tug-of-war! Here at the shelter, I have done well with most dogs in play groups. Because I am a big fence climber, I will do best inside with you at all times or secured with a leash until I am trained not to excape. I MEAN IT, SINCE I CAN EASLY GO OVER A 8 FT FENCE. I should also be included in my family's day-to-day activities, since I may get bored and try to entertain myself. So, we can work on crate training for when I have to be left behind or will need to be placed in a very, VERY secure covered outdoor enclosure. If you are looking for a big ol' teddy bear to snuggle up to while we discuss the day, after running a few miles and playing lots of fetch? That's me, I'm worth it!
Friends of the Animal Shelter (FOTAS) is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1990 to support the programs of the Jackson County Animal Shelter. Our vision is for all adoptable animals at the Jackson Country Animal Shelter to find a loving home. Our mission is to recruit and train volunteers who will save lives by increasing pet adoptions at the Jackson Country Animal Shelter, improve the quality of life for the Shelter’s animals, promote spay and neuter, and facilitate outreach and educational activities about the humane treatment of companion animals throughout Jackson County. Our values are: Service, Compassion and Generosity.