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Jack Daniels

Male Young Plott Hound (mixed)

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Partnership for Animal Welfare

About Jack Daniels

Adoption Fee: $350.00

Jack is a 1.5 year old, 60 lb., Plott Hound Mix.  He is friendly and warms fairly quickly, but can be a bit leery and skittish at first, especially around new people and in new situations. 

His foster mom has the following to say about him: Jack is a very sweet dog.  He is timid but is warming up. 


Jack LOVES to be with other dogs!  He has a lot of energy and loves to run and play to get the exercise he needs.  We take him to the dog park almost everyday. He also likes to hang out in the fenced-in backyard most of the day when the weather is nice and to go on walks.

He may look like a black lab at first but he is definitely all hound!  Doesn’t want to chase a ball or retrieve. All he wants to do is sniff and run to try to find rabbits, squirrels and birds.  He gets on a scent and is too busy to pay attention to anything else. He will try to climb up a tree to get a squirrel and howls when he can’t get it.

Jack is doing well feeling more secure.  He did best and was happiest when we had a 2nd foster dog.  He will need somebody that has the patience and understanding to help him continue to progress.

Jack’s dream is to be adopted by a family with a 2nd dog to play with, a house with a fenced yard, where he’ll get lots of exercise, and to be loved by people that will help him feel secure and loved – and he will give you a lot of love in return!



Jack Daniels
Shots up to date
Ok with kids
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Ok with dogs
Ok with cats
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Partnership for Animal Welfare

P.O. Box 1074 Greenbelt MD 20768

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