Then we moved from the city to the lake and everything changed for me. I apparently have a terrible fear of water; something, perhaps, stemming from my previous life. It became a trigger and I became reactive — with Sally and with everyone. My family tried to work things out, but couldn’t, so they brought me back to rescue to find a new family who may be better for me.
I am now on round two and ready to do this thing again. I’m not a Jack, but I’m a Terrier mix and would be good for someone looking for a bigger boy or brother. I’m around 3 years old, UTD on shots, heartworm negative and about 40 lbs. Yes, I should be closer to 30. We’re working on that. I enjoy playing frisbee and running alongside the vols here, so it shouldn’t take long.
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