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[CAPTAIN JACK ] As soon as we heard Captain Jack's story, we felt we had to help him. He appeared at someone's back door badly wounded in one eye and yet, despite all the pain was gentle and loving. It looked as if someone had attacked him with something like a pitchfork. It was clear that he was going to lose his eye, but with such a sweet personality the local humane society hoped that a rescue would get him out of the local high-kill shelter and give him a chance.

[CAPTAIN JACK ] Poor Captain Jack has two hurdles to overcome - he is clearly a pit mix (so unfair that they get such a bad rap when most of them are gentle and loyal and make wonderful companions) and he is now minus one eye. But everyone who meets him is so impressed with his loving nature, that we are certain there is a great home waiting for him.

[CAPTAIN JACK ] Apart from his injuries, Jack looks well cared for so we think he must have lived in a home His temporary fosters say he is housetrained and gets along great with dogs, adults, and children (large and small). He is very playful and enjoys playing with dog toys but most of all, likes to snuggle close with his people.
Captain Jack is as handsome as his swashbuckling namesake. He even has an eyepatch! Above all, he deserves a chance at a happy live with a loving family. We hope that family comes to find him soon.

[CAPTAIN JACK ] If you are interested in meeting Captain Jack, or for more information about him or any of the other wonderful PAW dogs, contact us at pawdogs@yahoo.com

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Last updated 27 February 2017