Looking for a patient big dog lover!! This is Zoloft, an Anatolian Shepard, Great Dane mix who is roughly 9 years old. Zoloft has some aggression and anxiety issues, but when worked through is really just one of the biggest, cuddliest, babies you could possibly meet. He can be intimidating to those that don't know him, because of his bark and his tendency to jump up on windows and doors to get a better view of who is coming around. He is hyper vigilant to his surroundings and if often trying to warn you of squirrels that pass by, or stray cats that get too close. With that in mind he does not do too well with smaller animals, especially cats. He would probably do best as the sole animal of the house, but other dogs his size he will learn to get along with them as long as there are pack walks and treat training involved. Zoloft has an enormous heart; he just tends to let his anxiety take over. He needs a kind, patient owner who has the time to be with him, walk with him, and train him how to be calm in everyday situations. He is potty trained, and knows how to sit, lay down, and wait on command, though he may need some extra encouragement to do so from time to time, meaning that he can be incredibly stubborn. Zoloft would do best in a larger environment and with a gated back yard. He is pretty talented in getting out of small openings, so making sure that there are no breaches in the fence is a must. He does ok with older children but should be supervised around them when toys or extra special treats are involved just in case. The reason we are looking to re-home Zoloft is because at this time we do not have the availability to be with him as much as he needs, and our own schedules are crazy, so building a proper routine for him has not been an option. We really don't want to see him spend his last days in a no kill shelter, due to his issues, so that is why we wanted to be upfront with as much information as possible on what to expect. Please feel free to message me with any further questions, and pass along this, or share this so we can try to find him a better home. Thank you for your time. - with Bob Jeter.