Jack needs a loving, forever home
Jack is a young, active mixed-breed dog that was rescued from a hoarding situation in San Bernardino.
Formerly known at the shelter as Flynn, this 1 ½-year-old pup was the first of the rescued dogs adopted from the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center because he was always the most outgoing and friendly. Unfortunately, he was returned a month later because he became a bit too active and dominant with the older dog in the adopter’s home.
Jack is a peppy young dog with lots of energy. He bonds strongly with his household and loves to play with toys. He can’t live with cats, and if adopted by a family with another dog, he needs an equally playful dog in his household. Jack still needs some work with potty training and socialization, so a patient owner is preferred.
If you are interested in giving Jack a loving, forever home, apply today at cmvas.org or contact 949-470-3045.