Jack arrived at the shelter when he was two months old in the spring of 2016. He was very weak and very ill. For a few months, he was on medication and even needed to be put on an IV. His health was not stable at all. Gholam, one of the staff at the shelter, made a commitment to take care of him and help Jack with his health situation. A bit later a decision was made to send Jack to a foster home to receive better care and to give him a better chance to survive, and surely it worked.
Slowly Jack gained his strength and health back. With a better diet, more food and unconditional love from his foster parent he became a strong, handsome and healthy German shepherd. He did return to the shelter and soon became one of the most popular dogs with his name on top of the adoption list. In no time Jack found his forever home with a great family, who love him unconditionally and care for him the best way possible. In return, Jack does whatever it takes to please his loving family.