Jack spent the first 6 month of his life crated. Understandably that experience had some effect on his personality but he is much better now with new people. If you approach him kindly he is very receptive. Jack is fine with calm children but hyper kids overwhelm him. He is very sweet and loving, loyal as can be, friendly with cats and new dogs. Jack and his sister Bilbey recently had to say goodbye to their mom when she went into hospice care. They love each other very much so while it is their mom’s wish to see them adopted together, her primary concern is to ensure that her babies go to good homes (so they can be separated if necessary). Come meet these little darlings and you will be guaranteed to fall in love.
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If you have questions about Jack please contact The Real Bark
The Real Bark
The Real Bark is a dog rescue dedicated to helping homeless, abused and abandoned animals. We are committed to providing proper socialization, training and medical care for each animal we save, no matter the cost.
We do not specialize in any breed or type of dog. We reach out to and save all types of dogs, regardless of age, breed or medical/behavioral needs. We are committed to transparency with our potential adopters to ensure that once a dog is in our care, they will know nothing but love and safety for the rest of their lives.
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All of our amazing dogs are fully vetted, fixed, vaccinated and microchipped prior to adoption. They are then fostered by one of our experienced foster volunteers, who are able to assess temperament and personality and begin any necessary training. An adoption application, adoption fee, and home check are required for adoption.
Not 100% certain whether you're ready to commit to pet ownership? Consider fostering one of our amazing dogs. It is a crucial piece of the rescue process, and you can play a huge part in saving a dog's life, all the while deciding if that dog, or any dog, is the right fit for your lifestyle! If you know you can't be a forever owner but want to help out and get a little puppy love in return, this may be just the thing for you!
All supplies, food and veterinary care are provided to the foster by the rescue. No costs involved to you - just provide a safe and loving environment and we will do the rest! Fostering can be as short- or long-term as you would like, and we can place dogs with you that are conducive to your lifestyle and preferences (small, large, hypoallergenic, etc.)
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