Jack is 1 year old Lab-Border Collie mix. Jack is loving and gentle, and gets along just fine with other dogs (he hasn’t been assessed around cats.) Jack enjoys long leash walks, playing Frisbee (he’s still getting the hang ot it!) and being the center of your attention. This young guy would be a great choice for a family with kids or for an individual looking for a best friend. Not only is Jack handsome, he’s a love! Jack’s adoption fee is only $65 and includes microchipping, all vaccinations and a Pinal County license, too!

Jack is 1 year old Lab-Border Collie mix. Jack is loving and gentle, and gets along just fine with other dogs (he hasn't been assessed around cats.) Jack enjoys long leash walks, playing Frisbee (he's still getting the hang ot it!) and being the center of your attention. This young guy would be a great choice for a family with kids or for an individual looking for a best friend. Not only is Jack handsome, he's a love! Jack's adoption fee is only $65 and includes microchipping, all vaccinations and a Pinal County license, too!

Jack is 1 year old Lab-Border Collie mix. Jack is loving and gentle, and gets along just fine with other dogs (he hasn’t been assessed around cats.) Jack enjoys long leash walks, playing Frisbee (he’s still getting the hang ot it!) and being the center of your attention. This young guy would be a great choice for a family with kids or for an individual looking for a best friend. Not only is Jack handsome, he’s a love! Jack’s adoption fee is only $65 and includes microchipping, all vaccinations and a Pinal County license, too!

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