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Adopt This Pet: Meet Black Jack

Black Jack is a shiny black lab mix who is friendly and social.

Say hello to Black Jack....A Lab Mix   (make a guess on the 'mix'! Maybe
Sharpei?).

Black Jack was pulled from a high kill shelter in Idaho that sadly does not get enough adopters coming to visit.  He is  lucky to be alive. He has a very beautiful black shiny coat, medium sized and young.  Black Jack is looking for his new person or family to give him lots of love and attention. Black Jack is good with kids, loves to play with other dogs and ignores cats. He is a happy dog that will make someone a great new companion. Black Jack is a fun,  friendly dog. He walks very well on a leash and is crate trained. With any young dog, he will need a lot of attention and exercise as well as some fun chew toys.

11th hour Rescue has gotten Black Jack  neutered and microchipped for his new adoptive family. He is up to date on his vaccinations, worming and rabies. Serious inquiries only. Please be ready to adopt if you request an application. Thank you for considering giving one of our dogs a new home!  11th Hour Animal Rescue and Sanctuary is a small, independent collection of animals and animal lovers. Founded in 2004, they are a safe haven for animals of all kinds including dogs, llama's, alpacas, and goats. Their focus is saving dogs that are down to their last hours and in urgent need of rescue.

11th Hour does not have a brick and mortar shelter, but instead works with loving foster families to keep the dogs until permanent homes are found. All dogs have been vaccinated, micro chipped  and spayed and neutered. It is required that you fill out an adoption application and give a determined amount for a donation in order to allow 11th hour to continue helping dogs in need.

11th Hour Animal Rescue is always looking for wonderful foster homes willing to take in a dog for a temporary period of time.  This can be a great way for your family to test out the idea of having a permanent pet, and also shows children that they can make a difference in the homeless pet crisis.  You can email 11th Hour at dogfarm@gmail.com or go on their Petfinder.com website at http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/WA233.html.  You can also do a search for all homeless dogs and cats needing homes on www.petfinder.com

Mary Trask January 27, 2013 at 05:08 PM
I appreciate that Sammamish Patch highlights animals for adoption.What a great service to these dear animals who need a home filled with love - thank you Sammamish Patch and to 11th Hour Rescue for caring.
Jeanne Gustafson January 27, 2013 at 05:50 PM
Also a big shout-out to Denise, who does these write-ups as a volunteer for the shelters!

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