Jet came to us so terrified that he wouldn’t even get up to walk. It’s taken quite a bit of time, but this wonderful boy is finally coming out of his shell and showing us his true personality! He’s still working on trusting friends and learning how to play, but he’s improving every day. Although his confidence isn’t the highest, he tries his best to understand and master everything he is taught. Jet doesn’t have a mean bone in his body, even with being unsure of his surroundings. Once he trusts you, you’re his friend for life and he’ll want nothing more than to be at your side or galloping happy circles around you! If you are interested in becoming Jet’s friend and giving him the loving and patient home he needs, fill out a questionnaire today.
Special Needs: Jet has patellar luxation on both knees, neither causing him any pain. He also has a suspected neurological condition called Myotonia congenita ("fainting goat syndrome").