Jack is young, strong, and ready for adventure. His lively energy requires daily exercise in the form of walks and play. He would be a great dog for someone who loves to run and wants a running companion. He is a happy dog who is very smart and would respond well to basic training. He is also house-trained with a doggie door. Other dogs may be a challenge for Jack if he is not well-socialized with them.
He is friendly with strangers, however, his size and tendency to jump up on people, may be too much for young children. Jack would be great with an owner or family that is experienced in training and teaching their pets.
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