Jack is a new arrival on October 29, 2020 from an upstate animal shelter. He had a negative experience with his owners, so the shelter felt he would be best placed by us. The circumstances were not known, but Jack grazed the family's 14-year-old daughter near her eyebrow. It was not a bite and he was not quarantined. When he was surrendered to their local animal control, the officer apprehending him also reported a negative experience where the dog seemed fractious and defensive, but we feel this behavior would be fairly normal under the circumstances. The animal control facility employees became well acquainted with Jack during his stay there, and they found him to be a good dog who appears to prefer women. He's 4 years old and has the solid build typical of European breeding lines. It was mentioned that he likely would not do well with other male dogs or small animals, and we're offering Jack for adoption only to an adult adopter, preferably a woman.