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Help Save Two Lives: Fundraiser

WE DID IT and in record time – THANK YOU to all of you who stepped up to donate, to those of you who are ever so supportive of what we do and felt the need to help.  It is ever so appreciated and we are forever grateful.  Two lives…

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Dandy Andy

Adopted!!!  on a cold spring day in late March, Andy left for his forever home in MA, not far from Jacks Galore.  Jumped into his new car seat, tail wagging all the way, he will be with his new fur parents constantly, both who work from home in the field of…

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The Cost of Rescue

Where does the money go, what is it spent on? These are two of the many questions rescues get when it comes to what people’s donations are used for. As with any rescue the major expenses are vet bills, medications, dog food, toys and treats. Some, like Jacks Galore, also…

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Comrade Casey

Casey (left above with his dearest pal Becky now in heaven) came to us from Russell Refuge, another unadoptable dog exhibiting health issues that nobody wanted to tackle. The unknown is always a scary thing, but Jacks Galore knew the potential this little pint size jack had. He loved other…

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Perry – RIP

On November 11 on the way to the vet, Perry lost his battle to cancer in the seat of his mom’s car safely snuggled with love. Perry did not grace his forever home for long, but he had immediately warmed their hearts with his smile, his gentle nature and his…

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Clete, the three legged wonder

Clete, now named Clyde, went home this cold dreary November weekend to his own 200 acre farm in Vermont.  With a new mom who is a vet, to make sure he never has physical problems and able to monitor his health should he encounter arthritis as he ages, he joyfully…

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Perry, adopted after surgery

Pulled by a volunteer at a shelter just before euthanasia, Perry is a 7 year old jack with a smooth coat of silk and the eyes the color of chestnuts, who must at some point in his life been loved and then ended up in the clink when hard times…

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Fitzie, Aging Gracefully

Jacks Galore elder statesman Fitzie is a 19 year old free spirit. Ever the calm, quiet man around the house, Fitzie came to us because he was no longer able to stay in his home due to his perceived incontinence. Joining our pack three years ago, he has proven a…

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Milo, a JG with a liver shunt

Milo, the little brown jack on the left of the trio,  has a liver shunt, and thus has come to live out his life with the Jacks Galore pack. Now at a young 4 years of age, Milo was the runt of the litter. A tiny dog with a head more…

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Vet Care

How often do we go to the vet? It seems all rescues spend a good deal of their time and money at their vet, so you better have a good one. My favorite dog magazine, The Bark, a rescue supportive, informative publication all about dogs, is currently asking readers to…

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