WAGNER TAILS: Jack and Black

EAU CLAIRE COUNTY & MONROE COUNTY, Wis. (WEAU) -- UPDATE: Jack has passed away since being featured in Wagner Tails.

This is from Bob's House for Dogs on January 18, "We had to say good-bye to one of our lovely little friends this week. Jack was always a hoot with his antics, and did a fabulous job of undoing all of the blankets so that he could burrow. His diabetes got the best of him, when we found it almost impossible to regulate anymore. We felt comfort in knowing that he would be meeting his past owner up in heaven."
Playful and affectionate are two of the words used to describe Jack.
Jack is nine years old and likely a German pinscher.

He's currently living at Bob's House for Dogs, and he does have some special needs.

Jack is blind and diabetic, which requires two insulin injections each day, one per meal time.

He does need frequent potty breaks, but staff members at Bob's House are teaching him to go on a potty pad.

Jack is the best buddy you could ask for.

He loves his toys and wearing sweaters when it's cold outside, and he knows a cool trick - he's able to drink out of bottle.

He will make a great companion, and if you need more convincing - just look at those ears!

To learn more about Jack, click here.
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Speaking of ears, check out Black.

He's being fostered in Sparta through Last Paw Rescue.

Black is possibly an Australian Cattle Dog/Blue Heeler Mix.

He weighs about 40 pounds and is two years old.

This guy loves having space to run and play, but he also loves a comfy place to nap with his friends.

Black will make the perfect couch companion -- just pop in a movie and he'll be by your side.

Black gets along well with other dogs and with cats. He's also already house trained.

To fill out an application, click here.