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JOJO - ID#A030060

My name is JOJO.

I am a neutered male, white and black Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

The shelter staff think I am about 1 year and 8 months old.

I weigh 62 pounds.

I am Heartworm NEGATIVE.

I have been in shelter care since May 05, 2022.

This information was refreshed 1 hours ago and may not represent all of the animals at the Fort Bend County Animal Services Shelter.
Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
Jojo here got the raw end of the deal in a case of puppy love. He was adopted from us as a pup back in March of 2021…but unfortunately a little over a year later his adopters surrendered him back to the shelter. So now he's joined the ever lengthening queue of homeless pets in our shelter looking for their furever home. No reason was given on his owner surrender form, but when his owners made the appointment to surrender him they said they were too busy for him. A lot of the questions were left blank, and the answers that were given seemed to contradict themselves, so we don't know much about how Jojo was with them.

In any case, Jojo is a very happy and healthy boy with a lot of love to give to someone! He always has a smile the size of Texas on his face! He's energetic and playful, and very strong. He gets excited to run around in our play yards and loves to keep active. Fetch is his favorite activity ever. He loves to zoom around with the ball in his mouth victoriously after he's gotten it. Jojo also likes treats, and will happily sit on command for one (assuming you have his attention). He loves to be around people and enjoys being pet, but he likes keeping active even more.


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Fort Bend County Animal Services Shelter at (281) 342-1512

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