My name is Jack London. Jack for short. I'd like to tell you a little bit about myself.
I am about eighteen months old. I'm a pedigree American mixed breed. We think my parents had strong terrier and possible lab traits. I'm about thirty pounds right now. I spent a year or so of my life in a crate in a hoarder situation. This may have stunted my growth a bit.
When I got out, I was so happy but I had a lot to learn. My foster family taught me to be calm, to sit when I am asked, and to play nicely with other dogs. We go to the dog park and play and wrestle and chase with other dogs. After all those months in a crate it is so nice to just stretch my legs and run!
My history has given me a great appreciation for a home. I love to watch television with my foster family. I don't like Daniel Craig though. I boo him whenever he comes on the screen. I love nature shows, especially the ones about wolves.
A perfect day with me would be going for a walk on the beach, taking a nap then snuggling with my family. My fosters say that they get better results training me with affection and praise than they do with treats. Maybe that's because I so love to be with people.
If I sound like someone you would like to meet, call Paw Paws and set up a date. But be warned, we'll fall in love with each other at first site. I'm waiting for you!
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