The story we got when we pulled Jimmy was that he got into trouble when there was a dog fight and somebody tried to break it up and then they didn't want him back. He is reactive to other dogs and will probably chase cats but most dogs will do that. So we are going to recommend that he be the only dog in the home. He was really good with the vet tech when we got him a dental to fix a few messed up teeth. He acts like he was a house dog and really doesn't like being out in the kennels. He is already fixed, current on his shots and microchipped.
We will get upddaed pictures of him as soon as we can.
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