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Captain Jack   

In shelter Dog

Costa Mesa, Orange County, California...
Pet name:
Captain Jack
West Highland White Terrier Westie, Corgi, Mixed
Coat length:
Captain Jack is a 9 year old male 22 lb terrier corgi mix who came to us from a high kill shelter.   He is suffering from eye and dental problems along with flea dermatitis.   He is currently undergoing treatment with our wonderful veternarian, Dr. K at Irvine Pet Complex.   Unfortunately, he will need to have one eye removed but after that and a good dental cleaning he should be on his way to recovery back to health.  He loves to be next to his humans and does well on a leash and with all people and other dogs.   Captain Jack is currently on a fish diet from Just Food for Dogs and is receiving medicated baths to help his coat grow back.   He is looking for a calm and relaxed home where he can enjoy being someone's forever companion.   Please let us know if you are interested as he will be a grateful and wonderful companion.   Contact Erin @ for an application.


Come meet our dogs Saturdays and Sundays at Petsmart in Costa Mesa from 11:30-2:30. All A Home 4 Ever Rescue dogs receive a wellness exam by our veterinarian and are up to date with vaccinations. They are spayed or neutered and microchipped before they go to their adoptive families. If you would like more information please email the adoption Director



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