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JP was found as a stray suffering heat stroke and was residing with animal control. In June, 2023, he came to our shelter to help him find a home. JP was adopted after a few months, then was returned a few weeks later due to chasing and playing rough with his new cat siblings and showing some jealousy of his new doggy sibling, despite having positive meet and greets. He’s soo lovable and fun to be around! He loves to go on walks and has improved his leash skills when walked with a harness. He loves to chew on squeaky toys and sits so well to get treats. He's even learned to give both paws! for treats! JP is a big, strong boy who can play rough. He definitely needs an experienced owner who will correct and redirect his play. He needs a family that’s willing to give him a chance and work on his training and obedience skills. JP would love to be a part of an adult only home or with dog-savvy older teenagers (18+). He would be best in a home without cats. He would do well starting as the only dog in his home, or with female dogs, although during playtime he does get along with most other dogs. JP must go to a home with a fenced yard, not only for his safety given his history of heat strokes, but so that he can safely play and burn energy in his own space. JP is such a great dog and we know his forever home is out there!