Maria and I did our radio show today, “Katz And Wulf On Animals,” and I was very happy with it – great callers, fascinating talks, I learn as much as I teach, easily.
As part of every show, Tracy Snell of Our Best Friends Rescue, a rescue group that really has its act together, comes on to offer a different dog for adoption.
We’re going to do this every week.
These people know their stuff. Today, Tracy brought us Jaxx, a fun-loving Lab/Beagle mix. He’s four years old, neutered, and fully up to date on his vaccinations.
He gets along well with other dogs, and his foster mother for the past six months says she has seen no issues that concern her.
This dog seems to me like a lot of fun. He sounds high-energy.
Tracy recommends him for a family with older children and/or active adults, as he is very fond of playtime. “He absolutely loves, loves, loves squeaky toys and balls,” says Tracy, and he weighs about 35 lbs.
We talked about Jaxx for a while during the broadcast and Tracy is very enthusiastic about him.