Meech is the sweetest dog. I rescued him while I was in college, May 2017. He was a very well-trained, obedient and social dog. He knows how to sit, lay down, and speak. A few of his favorite things to do are swim, fetch and snuggle. He loves to meet new humans as well. However, while I was living at home after graduating he had an altercation with my brothers male pit bull mix. This happened May 2019. My brother went to the same college as me. His dog and my dog were friendly with each other for that year after they met. I guess it must've been a dominance thing living under the same roof when my brother came back home for the summer. Our little brother got in the midddle and tried to break up the fight. Meech latched on to his arm not knowing what he had done. Our little brother had minor cuts but required stitches. Therefore, he was forced to be quarantined in the pound for 10 days. He has not had another incident since then. Meech has not been the same since, unfortunately. He's been very anxious since with bad separation anxiety. He has lived in an apartment with me for about a year and a half now. I wish I could afford a house so he has a backyard to play in but I'm limited to taking him out on walks around victory park. It's been tough for us because I have to make sure to maintain distance from other dogs on walks. I have had to start him on anti-anxiety meds as well. I'm now about to have to move to the west coast for work into a much smaller place. Not sure how often work will have me moving around either. I feel like any move could worsen Meech's anxiety. I hate that it has come to putting him up for adoption but I don't feel like I can give him the attention and affection he needs. I feel like the best situation he could be in is with an owner that lives in a house or piece of land. One that doesn't have any small kids or other pets. One that can give him lots of time, love and attention. One that can play lots of fetch and snuggle with. I hope I can find someone that can give him a new place to call home.