He’s a big boy who is still very much a goofy teenager at heart. He is kind natured and loves other animals and people, with a soft spot for children.
One of his favourite things is water – he is front and centre ready to be washed when he hears the bath running. He also likes a good ride in the car preferrably with his nose out the window to capture all the interesting smells.
Jack loves his ears and belly being rubbed and would like nothing better than to crawl into your lap for a cuddle … if allowed. However, he will happily sleep on his inside bed.
Typical of young dogs, Jack is energetic and can be a bit rambunctious at times but settles when asked. He can be strong on the lead and would benefit from ongoing practice in this area, but he does walk nicely on a harness. He knows sit and shake, and understands drop.
Ideally, Jack’s new home will have enough space for him to stretch his long legs, and will include him as part of the family. He can be bit of an escape artist so will need high colourbond fences.
Jack is used to sleeping inside and is house trained. He gets on well with other dogs and currently lives with a small dog who he loves to play with. He does need to learn to stop playing when the other dog indicates they have had enough.
While Jack is fond of children, we recommend that he is not rehomed to a family with small children given his size.
Jack is healthy, desexed and fully vaccinated.
Contact the foster carer of the dog you like, explain what the dog's life would be like with you and find out more about him. Discuss the possibility of meeting him with a view to adoption