Jake is an adult Australian Shepherd mix who was surrendered to the shelter several months ago, when his owner could no longer take care of him. He has a soft tri-color coats with patches of merle coloring. Jake loves to take walks and knows some basic commands. He is a little overweight and would do great in a home where he had a controlled diet and lots of exercise. Jake has been waiting patiently for a forever home, and we would love to find him one soon. Please stop by and meet him.
Jake is an adult Australian Shepherd mix who was surrendered to the shelter several months ago, when his owner could no longer take care of him. He has a soft tri-color coats with patches of merle coloring. Jake loves to take walks and knows some basic commands. He is a little overweight and would do great in a home where he had a controlled diet and lots of exercise. Jake has been waiting patiently for a forever home, and we would love to find him one soon. Please stop by and meet him. Cornelius Animal Shelter
Jake is an adult Australian Shepherd mix who was surrendered to the shelter several months ago, when his owner could no longer take care of him. He has a soft tri-color coats with patches of merle coloring. Jake loves to take walks and knows some basic commands. He is a little overweight and would do great in a home where he had a controlled diet and lots of exercise. Jake has been waiting patiently for a forever home, and we would love to find him one soon. Please stop by and meet him. Cornelius Animal Shelter

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