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In many parts of the world, dogs are solely used for specific purposes. They are not cared for like a family member unconditionally. Then, when they fall ill and can no longer work, they are discarded like trash. This is what happened to Jack.

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Jack is a beautiful dog, an English setter, purchased by a family to use for hunting. According to neighbors, Jack lived a good life. His owners felt if he was treated well then he would be more successful and hardworking on hunts.

Jack’s owners provided him with good meals, a bed to sleep on and proper shelter.

Then Jack got sick. A tumor grew on his genitalia. This hindered his drive to hunt. It would have been simple to bring him to a veterinarian but his owner decided to ignore him. He decided it would be easier to replace him and let him lay there in pain.

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Each day, as it passed, Jack got worse. The tumor grew larger impeding his urethra. He could no longer properly urinate. The tumor caused a lot of pain so Jack just lay there helpless. His owner was fed up and dumped him on the streets.

While Jack lay there in agony, while his disgusting heartless owner went… Click To Continue Reading This Story. . .

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While Jack lay there in agony, while his disgusting heartless owner went about his life, his body deteriorated further. He could no longer drink or eat due to lack of resources and energy. The pain overtook him and he lay there, hopeless.

Jack gave up.

Jack gave up, not because he wasn’t brave! Not because he was cowardice but because a dog cannot help himself. When he gave up his body shut down further and maggots began to grow and crawl all over him.

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It’s disheartening it took this long but…

Thankfully, by the grace of God, he was found and brought in to He’Art of Rescue! He’s now under their care. He is worm-free, clean and fed but he must wait for surgery. He’s not well enough yet but will be. Soon he will have the will to fight. And he will win!

Please, watch Jack’s story. He’s waiting for more wonderful people like you to root him on. God bless you, Jack!

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To learn more about He’Art of Rescue, click here. You can also donate towards Jack’s surgery.