Jason was originally adopted out about 2 years ago but was then surrendered to the pound instead of returned to us... :(
Upon picking him up we learned that the reason they turned him in was because he was chasing the cat and it got injured. So we are going to say NO cats but he does alright with other big dogs, feeding/treats/playtime need to be supervised, so his IDEAL home would be just him and his folks. Jason LOVES people although we don't know how he is with small children (we don't have any). So we would highly recommend a meet and greet if they're in the household!
He also loves to play with his toys!! He loves tennis balls the most!
He knows some basic commands (sit, stay, wait for food) and is always looking for attention, he can't get enough of it!! Jason may look like a tough boy, but deep down he's a big baby! Come on out and see for yourself :)
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