Jake Owen did not have an easy start in life. He was starved and tied up for about 5 years while being used to hunt wild boars. Although his history has left him with emotional scars he is persevering and starting to flourish in his foster home!
He enjoys a quiet, calm environment but he loves going on walks! Lounging around on the couch and eating are some of his favorite activities. He also loves to follow his foster mom around the house, but he still avoids his foster dad. Jake has a fear of men or anyone that in his opinion is scary. Sometimes on walks he gets scared but otherwise he does well on a walk. He is a flight risk so great caution must be used around doors and gates.
Jake is a very fast learner and is completely housebroken! He also is crate trained. Jake has a great hound-mix howl that he uses to express himself! Jake has been known to shred things in his environment because of anxiety. He has started to become more comfortable in his foster home and he no longer is exhibiting that behavior. He will need to have a good kennel when he first arrives at a new home to prevent him from exhibit this behavior.
Jake needs a family that is willing to work with him on his fear and prepared to be very careful as he is a significant flight risk. With time Jake will blossom into an excellent dog and great companion. He has already mastered multiple commands!
Name: Jake Owen
Breed: Fox Hound Mix (possibly w/ Beagle)
Age: 5 years old as of 3/11/16
Weight: 53 pounds
Vaccinations: Up to date
Heartworm: negative (treated 2/1/16; retested 11/4/2016)
BASED ON OUR OBSERVATIONS:
Good with Dogs: Good with other dogs but requires slow introductions
Good with Cats: unknown
Good with Kids: Yes but would do best with older children due to his anxiety
Adoption Donation: $450
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