Meet Tucker,He is a 6 year old, full-blooded Jack Russell Terrier. He is, without a doubt, the sweetest dog you will ever meet. He is FULL of personality, and he is wonderful with children, along with every other person he has ever met. He loves to play, but he loves to cuddle even more. He will sleep with you through the night, or sleep in his crate by himself. He is crate and house trained, and he considers his crate his safe place, not a place for punishment. He doesn't whine or bark unless he is playing or sometimes when he wants to go outside. He is up to date on all shots. I have been fostering him for a couple of months, and would love nothing more than to keep him myself. However on occasion, he does experience some pain and discomfort due to a manageable(with medication) hip problem. He did have surgery on one side of his hip at an early age and is just beginning to have some issues with the other side with the change of the weather. Due to this pain, he has become irritable around other dogs (I have a pitbull mix), and Tucker needs to be in a home where he can be the center of attention, and the only pet. He does need a fenced in yard or to be let out on a leash, as he is a Jack Russell and will follow the scent of anything if he finds it. He is such an awesome little boy and will make a great addition to a home where he can be the only dog. Plus, how can you resist his sweet little face?
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