Pet of the Week: Django Reinhardt

djangoCrossposted from Tails from RASKC

Jazzy pup Django Reinhardt is our Pet of the Week!

This pittie girl was brought in by her previous owner because she wasn’t a good fit for a rambunctious, high-traffic home. Django’s previous family described her as outgoing, loving, playful, and pretty much the best dog ever. She loves people and wants to be around them cuddling and helping out.

Since Django is full of energy and loves to play, she’s one of our “Rambunctious Red” pets. She’s spirited and fun-loving, but tends to calm down more when the people around her stay calm. Django does best when she gets lots of exercise and something to keep her mind busy.

She does well with other large dogs, but can be a bit reactive when meeting them behind a fence. She would do best meeting any current dogs in the home before being adopted. Django would also benefit from a slow introduction. Her previous family said that loud noises and lots of commotion makes her very uneasy, so she may do best in a quiet, low traffic, adults-only home. However, while staying with us she has done great with the positive and gentle approach her caregivers have taken.

Django is still working on her manners, and would do best with a family who is willing to work with her and help her become the best dog she can be!

This wonderful girl is spayed, current on vaccinations, and microchipped. Her adoption fee includes a certificate for a free veterinary exam and the option of 30 days of free pet insurance through Trupanion.

You can find out more about Django on our website, kingcounty.gov/AdoptAPet, or visit her at the Pet Adoption Center in Kent.