Jada is one of eight puppies that were surrendered to BCSAVE with their mom, Mahla. Mahla was a stray found in W. Texas who was saved by a rescue angel who quickly realized she had a litter of puppies that were nowhere to be found! The rescue angel eventually found the puppies and Mahla and her eight pups were brought to the Fort Worth area. While Mahla looks to be a pure Border Collie, we have no idea what the father or fathers might be though the pups are short haired and small in stature.
Jada is almost all black except for a patch of white on her chest and on the very tips of her toes. She has the longest, leanest lines of all the pups. She is a happy, bouncy girl who loves to play and wrestle with her sister, Helen. She is not spayed yet and will be adopted with a spay contract (her adopter will be responsible for getting her spayed before she is a year old).