Hi my name is Jones. I am an 8 year old Jack Russell, Boston Terrier Mix. I love my people however little kids make me nervous so no children in my house please. When company comes in I should be crated until everyone is settled and recrated when company is leaving because I get excited. I get along with both male and female fur buddies most of the time but I am selfish and like my adult humans best. I love to give kisses. I love to play with toys, in fact I admit that I am a hoarder with my toys and antlers and nylabones. I am crate trained and eat my breakfast and dinner in my crate. Long walks are not for me because I have an old should injury and also had an ACL surgery recently so the backyard is good with me. I can climb steps too. My foster mom has me trim and fit now so that my shoulder and knees do not bother me as much and I love to sleep with you or in a dog bed near you.
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