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Jack N


Age:  About 2 years
Gender:  Male
Breed:  Pitbull Mix
Size:  Medium
Dog Friendly:  Yes
Cat Friendly:  Probably not
Kid Friendly:  Most likely



 

From Jack's foster mom:

Jack was a little shy when he first came off the transport from North Carolina. If I went to pet him, he would cower a little. It broke my heart. But now he seeks out attention. Any time I talk to him, he looks at me adoringly.

He will be a beefy little dude when he gains some weight, not big but compact. He isn't emaciated but I think he could stand to gain some. He has some scars and spots where the white hairs have grown in over old wounds. I think he probably had a rough life before finding his way to the shelter. With a lot of love, good nutrition and grooming, he will be beautiful.

He is very food motivated so he should be easy to train but needs to learn to wait his turn, especially around other dogs. He house trained and crate trained.

He loves to go for walks. He needs some leash training. He will walk great and then he sees a squirrel. You better be hanging on tight!

He will chase a ball but doesn't understand the "bring it back" part yet.

He is fantastic with other dogs. He seems to know how to act around different dogs. He plays when asked and avoids when that is best.



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