July 9, 2022
Jack is currently living in New England where he was adopted last summer. Although his family loves him, unfortunately despite efforts, his placement is not the right fit for him. Jack needs a home that does not have a lot of traffic. He would do best in a home with no children and ideally only one or two humans. He needs a firm handler who is committed to working with him. Jack presently lives in an area with many other dogs and he is reactive only toward unaltered male dogs he sees on walks. He lives with another dog and also has playmates he enjoys spending time with. He would do well in a home with a balanced older female. He was previously fostered with another male dog and did great. Jack is still young and is a large puppy, he weighs approximately 100lbs although me might need to lose a little weight. He needs more exercise that he is currently getting. He would benefit from working with a professional trainer and a home that provides structure and security. While Jack is certainly mostly golden retriever, we believe that he definitely has some Great Pyrenees in his DNA; therefore, an understanding of breed would be beneficial for a potential adopter. He knows basic commands but could use more work in this area. He loves his family and is loving toward them. He would benefit from a physical fence which he currently does not have. If you want a sweet boy who will be loyal and fun, Jack is your boy. And you can see that he is very beautiful.