I'm being cared for by: Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation
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Facts about Jack Sparrow
Breed: Shepherd (Unknown Type) Mix
Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Jack Sparrow's Info...
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Jack Sparrow's Story...
Jack Sparrow's Story...
JACK SPARROW- FOR THOSE THAT KNOW THE GREAT BLACK SHEPHERDS- HE IS AWESOME!! Great, funny, young, smart, energetic, male German Shepherd! He is a blast. Learns very quickly just about anything you are interested to do!! Very loving and fun! He gets along with all dogs and enjoys playing and is GREAT WITH SMALL DOGS AND PUPPIES!! HE"S A GREAT DOG!! He just wants to have fun!! Smart and is great in his lessons. The trainers love him! He loves kids and plays great with them! He really loves when guys play fun games with him- he thinks that is really fun. Loves to go for rides in the car and loves the baby pools in the summer! Please if you would like to set an appointment to meet Jack fill out an application and tell us why you are the right forever home for Jack. Neutered, UTD on all shots, micro chipped We get many inquiries, so its best to fill out an application if you are actively ready to adopt. You will then have your application reviewed and receive a call to make an appointment. Please go to www.LindaBlairWorldheart.org and fill out an application. Listed under adoptable dogs! We stand behind our dogs 100% Southern Ca adoption only due to home checks.
The Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit California Corporation. Our work includes education the public, and working with state, local and national authorities to put an end to pet overpopulation as well as working at the national level to end illegal dogfighting. We visit our local shelters and find abandoned pets on death row, and we give them a second chance at a loving, permanent home. We are one of the few California rescue groups that rescue mothers and newborns (from one to five weeks of age), due to the high fee required by many shelters for their release of unaltered females who need tocontinue nursing their young. These animals are the first to be put to death in shelters. Shelters are unable to raise kittens and puppies and newborns cannot survive the diseases often found in such closely held captive environments. We give our rescued animals immediate medical care, proper nutrition, grooming, and socialization training. We have a few loving foster homes, but we need more caring foster parents. This temporary care canlast up to a year so the animal can adjust and heal any physical or emotional wounds. And it always takes time to find the perfect loving home.
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Our Adoption Process...
We require an application, home check, and adoption contract.
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