Dog seeks adoption, but not in Maryland where he’s banned

Written by on November 30, 2017 in Critter MIA, Critters vs Humans vs Critters - No comments

Jack is homeless.

The Siberian Husky is looking for a new home. He’s been looking for one for a year, actually. But anyone who lives in Maryland can’t forget about it.

That’s what a Twitter user recently discovered while browsing for adoptable pups.

Her tweet has gone viral with a gazillion retweets and almost as many questions about what Jack did to by barred from Maryland.

The original post on the Delaware Valley Siberian Husky Rescue site describes him as a “very sweet affectionate boy.”

He likes car rides, but not cats or other small house pets. He needs lots of exercise, know lots of tricks like sit, lie down, takes food gently and is good at the vet and with older children as well as other big dogs.

But …

“Unfortunately, due to some mischief that Jack got into when he was younger, he cannot legally be adopted or reside in the state of Maryland.  Our rescue will disclose the details to applicants who have been approved for adoption.”

So there you have it. An explanation. Sort of.

And so, we’re all still stumped.

Good luck, Jack.

Photos Delaware Valley Siberian Husky Rescue

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Dawn Walton

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