My name is Jack (Star Captain)!

Husky Dog for adoption in Crystal Lake, Illinois - Jack (Star Captain)
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Forever Husky, Inc.

Facts about Jack (Star Captain)

  • Breed: Husky
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 204
Jack once lived only outside and he is finally learning how to live inside and be domestic again. He communicates by howling when nervous or needs something, and he looks pretty cute when howling! He is still learning to trust the human touch, but he has really come out of his shell and now loves belly rubs and getting my butt scratched. I even cuddle with my foster mom at times. He would do well in a home with a fenced yard and even better with another submissive type husky that he can grow to love. If you are ready to show this boy the love and safety he has never known, he is patiently waiting for his first real home with you.

About Forever Husky, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

Forever Husky is a 501(c)3 non profit charitable organization that aims to improve the quality of life for dogs in shelters and rescues until they find their forever homes.


Responsibility and Accountability: to ensure that donations would be allocated and distributed the way they were intended. Fundraising and donations are, more often than not, driven by the story of one particular animal. Forever Husky wants to ensure that donors have the reassurance that their donations are devoted to the Huskies the way they intended. If funds are raised for the care of a specific animal then the funds should be devoted solely to that cause. Forever Husky will be the arbitrator for that cause.

Support: the transition for a dog into a new home can be a struggle for even the most experienced of dog owners. Dogs, like people, are all different and the difference between a successful adoption and a failed adoption is in the preparedness of all parties involved. Forever Husky strives to be a resource for support and education for those that seek it. Dogs are left at local shelters because they have been labeled as “unteachable” and the first step in reducing the number of homeless dogs in this country is to help owners and dogs understand each other through proper education and training.

Our Adoption Process...

You can view our adoption process and pricing by visiting and clicking on Available Pets.