Jack-o-Lantern would do best in a home with children 14 years or older and is dominant with other dogs. Jack-o-Lantern has to go to a home without cats.Jack-o-Lantern is a sweet boy with lots of love to offer his new family. He is a goofy boy who has spurts of rude high energy moments. If he does not get the required mental and physical stimulation he requires, he will make his own fun, which will likely come in the form of behavioural issues. Giving him a large backyard to run around in is NOT sufficient exercise. Jack-o-Lantern can be very rough and has developed a bad habit of mouthing and tugging on the leash. This should not be tolerated but redirected in a positive way, in the adoption package there is a handout on how to work with his jumping and rough play. It is important that he isn't disciplined with harsh / rough corrections. This type of training will likely excite him more an amp him up. Adopters who are not able to provide this type of stimulation should consider another dog. Obedience classes are a must for this boy. Crate training is also a must to keep him safe and out of trouble. Jack-o-Lantern will make a wonderful companion for adopters with lots of love to offer him. Supervision around children and other pets is advised .
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