Malcom was found as a stray, totally emaciated and with a raging skin infection. He was brought to Lander Pet Connections and they immediately got him to the vet to start treatment. No one came forward to claim him so he made the trip to Jackson! He has been in excellent foster homes since his arrival and has been loved all over and spoiled rotten while he heals. We are unsure what the first part of his life looked like but we are so excited that he is hear with us. He LOVES people and is going to make the most loyal companion and snuggle bug. As you can see is a professional lounger. He gets along well with all dogs but probably is best not to be in a home with cats. He is finishing his antibiotics and his skin infection that left wounds are almost healed! He is eating a Hydrolyzed Protein diet to ensure he doesn’t have another allergic reaction that would cause him discomfort. Thanks to Jackson Animal Hospital for getting him on the right track and to the bottom of what he is going through!

  • Adult - 1.5 years old
  • Male
  • Large Size



Hydrolyzed Protein Diet

Vaccinations up to date, microchipped, spayed / neutered


  • Fill out a dog adoption application. We form our line based on who has an active application in with us.
  • Foster the dog locally for at least one night prior to adopting.
  • Proceed with adoption after all references/landlords have been contacted and overall application have been approved. Adoption fee is $225 which includes the spay/neuter, microchip, vaccinations and routine care during their stay here. If you are an out of state adopter, we cannot guarantee vaccinations to be included in the adoption fee.
  • After adoption you will enter a two-week trial period to insure that this is indeed the right fit!

Please note, Animal Adoption Center cannot guarantee the breed, composition or ages of our dogs as we usually have no history prior to them entering the rescue. We make every effort to ensure the dogs are healthy. Our intention is to insure long lasting committed homes for the animals at the AAC. If we feel that an animal and a potential owner are not a good fit we reserve the right to refuse adoption.

February 17, 2021