Meet adorable Jack!

Hi, my name is Jack, short for Jackyl. I’m an adult Labrador Retriever Hound. My brothers Tito, Cheddar, and I were found on I-40.  After 3 hours of “catch me if you can” and the help of several other volunteers and passers-by, we let them catch us.

My foster mom said I’m the perfect addition to an active family because I love to run and play. She said I’d make a great running or hiking partner. I’m also crate-trained, housebroken, dog/kid friendly, and getting neutered. I’ve even already gotten all my shots!

My previous humans must not have had me on heartworm prevention because I’m HW+, but I’ve already started the slow kill treatment, so don’t let that deter you. I’m fun and ready to find my forever home!

Jack is available for adoption through Piedmont Animal Rescue! You can submit your application at





About Piedmont Animal Rescue

Piedmont Animal Rescue came into existence to raise awareness of pet adoption and animal rescue. The Visionary and President of PAR, Jason Benge, had a dream to establish a family of rescuers and volunteers who would help animals have a better chance at life!

At Piedmont Animal Rescue, we aspire to save and rehome dogs and other animals in our local area. We are also assisting our other little friends, including hamsters and rabbits, to find them their worthy and loving humans! We are a non-profit organization helping lost animals find a true haven.

We are currently working with our dynamic team of sponsors that help educate, restore, and spread general awareness for adaptation of forgotten animals. We also have a capable team of volunteers at PAR, whose aim is to ensure that no animal in our locality stays deprived of the privileges that it has every right to!






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