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Jesse is a beautiful, soft, furry, intelligent, active and lovable 2 year old male shepherd mix. He weighs about 40 lbs. and is medium sized. He loves to play and makes an amazing running partner. Jesse is also great at hikes and easily climbs and jumps over rocks. He's very friendly and loves to meet new people. He enjoys tummy rubs, and being pet, even by complete strangers. He loves hugs and gives lot of kisses. Jesse is house trained and has started beginner classes Monday, Jul 13th at Petsmart for additional dog training. He makes a great foster dog, and will make an even better pet. His teenage foster mom is so in love with him. She and Peace4paws want only the best home for this exceptionally nice dog!
Jesse loved living with his foster family. Two parents, two teens, only dog. He was very happy and comfortable in his (foster) home. He could be left alone or he could be with everyone inside the house, outside the house, in parks or even on camping trips. He went on some vacations with them and loved it. They loved him so!
Recently, Jesse was adopted by a young couple who recently returned Jesse. The reason was circumstantial. Jesse lived in a three family house, all owned by the same family. When the young couple was not home, other members of the family were home in their separate apartments or out of their apartments. Jesse was alone in his apartment. He barked perhaps because he knew the other family members were up there and wanted to be with them rather than alone . Other times the other family may not have been up there and he was alone in the house and was working through the adjustment. Once he ate a shoe and other time he broke ouf of the crate. In a transition situation a dog is more needy than after he acclimates to his new environment. In about 2 weeks Jesse was returned . Jesse is in need of a family who will be able to work with him on the separation issue during the transitional time. Our trainer said that Jesse should be able to acclimate in a new environment with time, patience, and if needed some guidance from a trainer.