My name is Jack and I am a sweet shepherd/lab mix and I get along with dogs and cats. I have not had much of a life in the first 12 months of my life but I am a good boy. My foster mom and dad rescued me 9/08/16 and I am coming around really well. I was an outside dog but now I am inside and am doing well in 48”cage when I need to be crated. And I do well in the house with the other dogs and cats. All I need is love and I will make you a great family dog. I am on schedule 09/21/16 for neuter and all of my shots plus microchip. Do you think you can give me a great home? I will be waiting patiently.
Update 9/25/16: Jack was neutered, all shots, microchipped and heartworm tested on 09/20/16. He tested negative on heartworm so this boy is definitely ready for his forever home. He weighed in @ 76.5 lbs. He is a very sweet boy a little wild at first but settles down quickly (again this is due to lack of socialization in his first year of life so like a child it will take patience and love). We are working on training at home and making progress. He loves our dogs especially Bo who is about 25lbs and thinks cats are cool. All he wants is love. He walks excellent on leash.
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