Jeter was turned over to ARL because he was just too much for them as a puppy. Jeter has been at ARL since July 2017 and now is over a year and half. He really needs a “dog” person who is willing to work with him, take control so he can show his true personality. He shows so much better out of his kennel/run. He really is a happy boy and is capable of being with other dogs. He loves his toys and he does enjoy going on run/walks. He graduated from Sheriff’s Dept. PAWS program where he learned basic obedience. He just needs the right person willing to continue his training and give him a chance to show a family what he can truly be. He is still so young and so deserves a loving forever family.