Jack was found stray, and it seems that someone taught him it was ok to play rough with people. We've trained Jack to stay on the floor and not jump on people and he is learning not to mouth people's hands and arms. He just gets so excited!
Jack needs firm, consistent training to continue learning good dog behavior. He must have an adult only home, no kids, with people who are committed to training him to be polite. He has an old injury to his back legs, but it doesn't slow him down much; he loves his walk and plays nicely with his foster brother. He knows the commands sit, go to bed, and kennel and is crate trained. .
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