Captain Jack’s booties were meant for walking…..right into your heart!

Monroe Twp, NJ – Greetings from the Selfie King! If you’re looking for a dog that is one of a kind, 2 year old 60 lb Captain Jack (formerly known as Red) is definitely your man!

If you’re a snap chat fan feel free to add Captain Jack, because he is the king of snap chat. While not busy taking huge smiling selfies for his fans, Captain Jack loves daily walks and chasing tennis balls. He is an energetic young man so he will require a romp in the yard and a proper walk regularly. Afterwards, you can cuddle up on the couch and check your social media together. Usually during that time he will give you all kinds of kisses to show his appreciation for you, no one loves life more than this boy.

Here’s more about Captain Jack from his foster family:

There really isn’t much that Captain Jack doesn’t love. He’s the only dog I’ve ever met that will willingly wear boots and LOVES them! He also willingly goes on the treadmill, and he even loves going to the Vet (I know, the vet can’t believe it either)! I’ve never seen anything quite like him.

When I picked him up from the shelter, he leaped in my car and started giving me kisses. He knew he was saved! Captain Jack loves frozen peanut butter bones and his puzzle toys. He says it’s just so neat when a treat flies out! He also LOVES car rides. He thinks it’s just so cool when that silly rear windshield wiper moves! Captain Jack asks, “Why do you humans even need that, it would make a much better stick!”. He will keep you happy and laughing!

His shelter assessment says that he did well with running chase play with a female dog and that he lived with children ages 3 and 10 and slept in their beds. He most certainly loves meeting new people. Captain Jack can’t wait to have a family of his own.

Captain Jack will come to his forever home complete with his crate in tow, tons of toys, his harness, a dog bed, and a 22 lb bag of his Nutro dog food – everything you need to continue his best life!

He is neutered, up to date on all his shots and microchipped too.

For additional photos, please visit Captain Jack’s Facebook Page or contact us for information or fill out an online application. And thank you for caring about a pet in need!