Jabba is a little over a year and a half. I have had him since 8 weeks and he has been the sweetest dog I have ever owned. He is very smart and loves to make his owner happy. Some of the skills he knows is sit, down, shake, heel, touch, front, place (settle), up/off, leave it, drop it, and look. I noticed immediately how shy he was and fairly scared of his surroundings, so we tried to move slowly with him, but his fear turned into anxiety, and things began to spiral, so I started working with a behaviorist when he was about 9 months old. Jabba suffers from aggression toward dogs, he has baseline anxiety and is on Fluoxetine daily, is not comfortable with strangers and takes time to warm up to new people, and he has issues with resource guarding (food and toys mostly). I have 2 other dogs that Jabba has grown up with, and for the most part, he plays well with them, but we cannot have toys or food out. There have been 2 different occasions Jabba has started a fight with one of my other dogs over a toy. Unfortunately, Jabba also has a bite history. He has started a fight with a dog at the dog park when he was about 7 months old (last time I took him there), and also attacked the neighbor's dog. Both occasions, the other dog was fine, aside from one small puncture wound during the second attack. Jabba needs to be an only pet to help reduce his overall anxiety, build his confidence, and would benefit from working with a behaviorist on his aggression toward dogs. His resource guarding isn't a problem if my other dogs aren't in the house, so it may not even be an issue. Jabba has also grown up with my 10 year old daughter, but he has shown reactive (and some aggressive) behaviors towards other kids, especially toddlers. Most of his exposure has been on the leash, so it may just be leash reactivity, but without a trainer, I would not be too comfortable with him around younger kids. Aside from his traumas, Jabba has been such a sweet boy, and one of my best friends since I adopted him last April 2022, and it kills me to find him a new home. I know, in the right home, the best sides of Jabba will come out because he truly is an amazing companion.