Jackson is being returned to rescue to find a better match. He has always lived with another dog and really wants contact with them. His adopter feels that Jackson would be happiest in a home that already has at least one other dog. Jackson is also looking for a home where somebody is there often. He has gotten better about going into the crate willingly and with being left alone for several hours, but it still causes him anxiety. Jackson enjoys being out in the fenced yard with his people. He previously lived with a young child in his foster home. If you are interested in fostering or adopting Jackson, apply today!
7/14/18 – Adopted
Jackson is doing very well in his foster home! He has a great temperament and is very easygoing. Jackson gets along with the senior female boxer and the 3 yr old child in his foster home. He just follows the three year old all around the house and is very gentle with him. Jackson is the biggest cuddler and thinks he is a lap puppy. He got to meet his foster cousin, a 1 yr old female boxer, and it was love at first sight for them. They played nonstop in the backyard. Jackson has not had any accidents since adjusting to the routine of his foster family. He would do best in a home where somebody is there often with him.
Jackson was surrendered by his owner, who was disabled and going through a divorce. The owner was no longer able to care for both of his dogs and wanted Jackson to find a great home through rescue. He was neutered last week and just arrived at his new foster home. Jackson has always lived with another dog. He is very unsure of all the changes that are happening in his life right now. We will post an update for Jackson once he gets settled in at this new foster home.