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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

Point Pleasant, PA, 18950
Pet name:
MEET KOBY JACK! Whos a good boy? KOBY JACK (KJ for short) is very gentle with people. KJ is a 55lb, 2 year old labbie terrier mix and was originally found by an elderly gentleman who gave him the name KOBY JACK and planned to keep him. The kindly senior sadly realized that he would not be able to keep up with KJs energy level. KJ is now in a shelter in the south--he is quiet in his kennel, but he does love to run and play. He did well living with a senior lab, and he loves car rides. He visits well with dogs but does need a home without cats. He is currently in obedience training at the shelter and is doing great!

KOBY JACK is neutered and up to date on age appropriate vaccines and . His adoption fee is $425. Please note that puppy training is strongly recommended for all puppies. As with all rescue animals, breed determination cannot been validated without genetic testing.

Visit WWW.LULUSRESCUE.ORG and click on the HOW TO ADOPT tab for an overview of the Lulus Rescue adoption process. Thank you for adopting and saving a life -- you are Koby Jacks hero!
Lulu's Rescue


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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