JACK

JACK

Name: Jack

Pound Helpers: Jacob’s Pound Dogs UK

Date Posted: 24th October 2018

PTS / Overdue Date: saved

Status: SAFE 

Information from pound pullers:

JACK (CHIPPED) VERY URGENT!!!

Please meet our handsome Jack, he is a middle aged Male sbt, sadly he is quite over weight.
Jack is mega urgent due to the fact that there was an incident when he came into the pound, however there was a reason behind this, Jack was found with his deceased owner, and it took quite a bit of coaxing to leave him. All was ok till he saw the kennels (He was in a few months ago) and he has a fear of kennels and he started to panic, this boy deserve a chance and i can fill in more information to a rescue who can help Jack. We only have 5 DAYS to find Jack a placement and due to how he is with kennels he will need to go to a foster based rescue only.
Jack can get over excited and he can mouth but this is not done in any nasty shape or form,
PLEASE DO NOT OFFER JACK A HOME at the moment he has to go direct to a rescue. once he has been assessed he will be looking for the right new family.

JACK LEGAL 7 DAYS TIMES UP ON 29/10

If you are a rescue and you are able to offer a space should not be claimed, Then please contact Shelle Allders or a member of admin at Jacobs pound dogs uk direct via pm as we may miss your tag.

PLEASE NOTE DOGS WHO ARE NOT CLAIMED ARE UNABLE TO BE RE HOMED DIRECT FROM THE POUND. THEY NEED TO BE PLACED IN RESCUE CARE, WHERE THEY WILL BE FULLY ASSESSED ETC, BEFORE PLACING UP FOR ADOPTION

Needs donations for *: neutering / vaccinations / microchipping / transport / emergency boarding if needed

*on average, it costs £150-£200 to pay the rescue costs (neutering, vaccination, chipping, worming, flea treatment) for every dog rescued from the pound, and more if they need to be transported and moved into EB before they find a rescue space. Please note that funds alone do not guarantee a dog’s safety, as there are many other factors to take into account such as availability of emergency boarding, rescue kennels, transport and rescue space. They do, however, provide a huge help to the dogs and their helpers in paying for their vital and expensive rescue costs.

Link to profile: Jack’s Facebook Post

Donation Tally: 24th October 2018: Jack has the following donations to help with his vital rescue costs: £50(ChiChatz, Emergency Fund) = £50. Thank you his kind donors.

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