Jack enjoys his crate. He is a nicely mannered, quiet guy and gets along with all dogs, kids and cats. If he hears a noise outside the house, he will bark but stops when verbally re-directed. He enjoys snuggling. He makes quite an impression on customers at the Pet Club we visit. He is a cutie pie and we fondly call him "our little football." He is small and weighs about ten pounds. He is a healthy dog who is about 2 pounds overweight. He enjoys his feedings. We have been feeding him twice per day. He is not on any medication. Jack is loving, inquisitive and understands basic directions. He knows his name. He enjoys food. He will sit for his food. He looks at you with those cute little eyes, tries to make a connection, and wants to understand what you are saying to him. He sleeps on a dog pillow in a crate at night. He is great on a leash. He quietly sits in the grocery cart when going through the pet store. He enjoys car rides. When you say, "Jack, go to your house" he immediately goes into the crate.
The reason for re-homing Jack is that we have our own dogs and cats. I've made a commitment to my other adoptees. Jack deserves an opportunity to have his own dedicated "forever family."
Contact Information: We are Millkamps@msn.com. Our landline is 480-839-8167. Anne's cell phone is 480-612-3716 and Tony's cell phone is 480-612-37119.
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