Hi, please let me introduce myself, my name is Sarah and I am a Lab/Jack Russell Terrier. I am house trained and crate trained, and love to go on walks and sniff around. I am also spayed and have had all of my shots.
Sarah was badly treated by her first human family, and she finds it hard to trust new acquaintances. She needs an owner that can give her guidance (and plenty of treats) in situations when she feels insecure. Sometimes she is all sweet and sometimes full of mischief. A training class would be a great adventure for Sarah and her new family. She will excel and perform as an A-student, she likes to learn and is eager to please. Building a relationship with Sarah will be time well spent, once she has overcome her shyness and fear she is a GREAT active, loyal, and loving dog.
Please come down and meet me, so I can show you how nice I am.
Your future family member,
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